“MGA KABALDADS, MAG RAKENROL MUNA TAYO BAGO UMUWI, TARA!”
This is the sign attached to his multi-purpose wheelchair that serves as both his mode of transportation and sound system. To keep him company while he does his gig in Bonifacio High Street is his pet dog who dresses up in different costumes.
The duo has transformed Bonifacio High Street into a living canvass that depicts the many different faces of realities. The busy, high-end commercial buildings serves as a backdrop for the two odd souls whose role in the whole picture is to entertainment onlookers and passersby for a chance to make a few bucks to make ends meet.
Indeed, life never stops as long as one decides to live even in the toughest of situations.
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