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Iwa Moto pens message for her ‘Papa Ping’: ‘Time to rest and enjoy life’

Iwa Moto took to social media to pen a message for senator Ping Lacson following the results of the elections.

Iwa Moto pens message for her ‘Papa Ping’: ‘Time to rest and enjoy life’-Toff C.
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05/16/2022 09:51 AM
Iwa Moto pens message for her ‘Papa Ping’: ‘Time to rest and enjoy life’
Photo credit: @iam_iwa Instagram

Iwa Moto penned a message for senator Ping Lacson, the father of her long-time partner Pampi Lacson, following the results of the presidential elections.

Senator Ping conceded on May 10 as the partial and unofficial results came in.

In an Instagram post, Iwa wrote, "To our dearest papa ping.. we love you!! You are still our champion  you are our HERO. We all know that you are the best candidate for the job. But we will respect the decision of everyone."


The actress expressed her admiration for Ping for fighting a good fight in the presidential race.

"Atlis po daddy lumaban tayo hanggang huli. You are the best president the Philippines will never have. Your family is excited to spend more time with you dad. You have been serving the country with all your heart. Time to rest and enjoy life," she posted.

She added, "Basta para sakin dad. It’s not your loss. Kasi maganda naman talaga intention mo. @iampinglacson."

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Iwa Moto (@iam_iwa)

 

On May 6, Iwa participated in the miting de avance of Ping in Cavite. Iwa also penned a heartwarming message for Ping on social media. 

"@iampinglacosn we are always here for you dad. We are proud of you," Iwa wrote.

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Ping has two grandchildren with Iwa and Pampi named Mimi who was born in September 2013 and Caleb Jiro who was born in January 2021. 

On May 10, Ping took to Twitter to say that it's time to serve his family after serving the nation.

 

 

"I’m going home. After being away too long looking after the needs of other people, it is time to serve my family for a change. Enjoying peace and quiet in these challenging times will probably be my life’s greatest reward," he wrote on Twitter.

As of May 13 at 3:18 pm, 98.35% precincts have already reported their results. Based on the unofficial-partial results, Ping placed fifth in the presidential race with 882,236 votes.