Former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. appears to be relishing the thought of becoming vice president so much despite his pending poll protest.
Scattered all over social media is a photo of Marcos speaking at the commencement exercises of New Veshua Change Agent on November 10.
Marcos is addressed in the tarpaulin as “Vice President of the Philippines.” So as not to be too presumptive, however, a hilarious disclaimer was added: “to be,” in parentheses.
Eagle-eyed netizens also noticed that the spelling of the venue was wrong: Manila Yacth Club.
A copy of the photo posted online bore the watermark of Marcos, which meant it was selected and vetted by his team.
The former senator has yet to issue a statement on the “vice president” tag and the misspelling of “yacth.”
Marcos is questioning Vice President Leni Robredo’s victory in the 2016 polls before the Presidential Electoral Tribunal.