Tres Kantos gives most of their winnings to Daddy D

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  • On Tonight with Boy Abunda, Jovit Baldivino, Bugoy Drilon, and Dominador Aviola, known as the group Tres Kantos on the celebrity edition of the show We Love OPM, together with their coach Erik Santos talked about their triumphs and trials after being declared winners.

    “Yes, it’s a competition, pero dapat makita ng mga tao na you’re having fun,” Erik Santos shared on his challenges as the team’s coach.

    Jovit also talked about the time wherein he felt he let his team down, “three days po akong hindi umattend ng rehearsals dahil may nauna po akong [commitment]. Ito po yung isa pang masama, hindi po ako makapagreply kasi hindi ko po alam yung sasabihin ko.”

    On the other hand Bugoy forgot the lyrics to the song during one of their performances as, “nawala po sa isip ko na competition yun,” he said. “So akala ko taping, pwedeng ulitin kaya nagsabi ako, ‘sorry sorry sorry! One more time!’ Pero sabi nila, hindi because magiging unfair ka sa ibang contestants. Doon po ako nag-breakdown na mali yung ginawa ko. Dapat nagpatuloy na lang ako. But I accepted my mistake po. I accepted and I learned from it po.

    Daddy D defined the word teamwork when he responded to these slip-ups saying, “sa akin Sir, sa samahan namin, hindi ko po ipagpapalit sa pera. Lahat naman tayo nagkakamali.”

    Having won one million pesos, the group shared that from the start, they’ve already agreed on how they were to split their winnings. “Una pa lang nung pinag-uusapan namin na kung sakaling manalo, kung ano namanshare ko, ibibigay ko din talaga kay Daddy D,” Erik declared. While Jovit said, “siyempre po, kay Daddy na lang po muna yung mas malaki. Kasi po may pangarap po siya. Pangarap din po niyang magpagawa ng bahay.”

    A grateful Daddy D then remarked, “alam mo sir, simula nung bata pa ako, hindi ako nakaranas ng magandang buhay. Nung bata pa ako, nag-aaral pa ako ng elementary, naglalako lang kami ng gulay ng mama ko.”

    On a more personal note, during the segment Fast Talk, Boy asked Bugoy, “oo o hindi, mahal mo pa ba si Liezl Garcia?” The singer answered, “yes, of course.”

    Meanwhile, when Jovit was asked, “oo o hindi, handa mo na bang pakasalan ang girlfriend mo?” His reply was, “hindi pa.” (C. Malonzo, push.com)

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