Coco shares blessings with the needy

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  • Primetime King Coco
    Martin is one actor who
    never forgets to show gratefulness to fans who paved
    the way for his successes,
    including the huge ratings
    enjoyed by his newest teleserye, “FPJ’s Ang Probinsiyano;” and the box-office
    triumph of “Beauty and
    the Bestie,” his entry to the
    MMFF 2015. The movie
    megged by Wenn Deramas and also starred Vice
    Ganda is now said to be
    country’s highest-grossing
    movie of all time.
    Coco knows how to
    share his blessings especially to the needy. Just recently, he sent help and gave
    gifts to people of Brgy. 155
    Zone 14 who were devastated by a fire on New Year’s
    Day.
    To further reach out to
    fans, the Primetime King
    also visited several provinces
    for the “Piyestang Pinoy ng
    Probinsyano.” Last Jan. 16,
    he joined the Sinulog Festival at Ayala Terraces Cebu.
    On Jan. 23 he will be in Iloilo
    for the Dinagyang Festival.
    Coco will also soon visit
    Baguio, Davao, Negros, Dagupan and Legazpi.
    “Ang Probinsiyano” has
    been gaining praises from
    viewers worldwide (among
    them my relatives and friends
    in New York and California).
    Viewers still have a lot to
    watch out for as the series
    spills more thrills this 2016.
    As Cardo, Coco is now
    out to solve Carmen’s abduction. He has figured out
    Olga’s (Gina Pareño) connection to the incident. To
    further his investigation, he
    has taken on the character of
    Paloma. Will Cardo be able to
    save Carmen from the hands
    of the syndicate? Don’t miss
    “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,”
    weeknights on ABS-CBN.•
    Crispina Martinez-Belen,MB

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