Blog Posts - Patag

Atty. Bruce Rivera calls Cynthia Patag a "maligno" just in time for MMFF season

Atty. Bruce Rivera, lawyer of President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday called veteran actress Cynthia Patag a "maligno" or a paranormal creature in Philippine culture, after she announced on her Facebook page that Sara Duterte is planning to run for pres...
by FilipiNews PH on Dec 20, 2016

Cynthia Patag curses in response to Duterte praying for forgiveness after Marcos burial

Veteran actress Cynthia Patag has cursed at the recent statement of President Rodrigo Duterte addressing the burial on Friday of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.The burial has been a hotly debated issue in the country for...
by FilipiNews PH on Nov 18, 2016

Open letter to Cynthia Patag: You are very old, your voice does not have substance anymore

A netizen ranted on Facebook calling on the attention of veteran actress Cynthia Patag, saying that she has not been using her mind properly.This was after Patag said that President Rodrigo Duterte was Schizophrenic when he said that God talked to hi...
by FilipiNews PH on Oct 29, 2016

Cynthia Patag joins online petition to suspend Mocha Uson Blog: She's better off on p0rn sites

Veteran actress and entertainer Cynthia Patag on Monday started an online petition that would suspend the Facebook page of sexy star and avid Duterte supporter Mocha Uson.Composite photos from ABS-CBN NewsUson manages her self—titled blog on Facebo...
by FilipiNews PH on Oct 24, 2016

Cynthia Patag to donate money to Matobato

Veteran actress and entertainer Cynthia Patag on Sunday inquired on how to donate money to self-confessed hitman Edgar Matobato.Matobato is being kept in hiding after releasing strong statements against the Davao Death Squad in the Senate probe on ex...
by FilipiNews PH on Oct 16, 2016

Patag: History and Nature's Bounty

On the foothills of Mt. Silay (also known as Mt. Mandalagan) lies the village of Patag, the site of the Japanese military's last stand in Western Visayas during World War II. In 1945, U.S. military forces landed in Negros Island. The occupying forces...
by My Silay Heritage on Jan 14, 2013

Trending Topics