Alma Moreno was all smiles when she faced TV Patrol during her son Vandolph Quizon’s proclamation as Paranaque City councilor.
The actress said she has already accepted she lost in her bid for a seat in the Senate.
“Hindi nga ko lumuha eh. Sabi ko pag nanalo ko mas luluha ako,” she told ABS-CBN News reporter Ginger Conejero.
Alma was actually surprised with the number of votes she received.
“Natuwa ako kasi maski papano may boto ako yung marami at number 23, 22, 24 pumapalo so hindi ganun, yung sabihin mong nasa pambaba. Wow! Akala ko nasa baba ako, meron pa rin palang nagmamahal sa’kin,” she said.
The former sexy star also admitted she is hurt by the bashing she gets online.
“Please tigilan niyo na ho ako tama na ‘yun. Kumbaga ang taong sobra nang bumagsak, ‘wag nang apakan.”
On the other hand, Alma is very proud of her son, who entered the world of politics for the first time. She was a former councilor of Paranaque and gave him some advice.
“Tulad ng sinabi ko sa kanya ‘yung mga hiningi ko lang sa kanya ‘yung mga hindi ko nagawa, siya ang magpapatuloy no’n. Sabi ko pa sa kanya, ‘bumaba ka sa tao at alamin ano ang problema nung tao,” she said.
Vandolph also commented on his mom’s loss. “May plano ang Diyos kaya hindi binigay kay Mama yun. Siguro meron pa siyang mas magandang gagawin.”