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Mariah Carey sends prayers for family of late Youtuber Lloyd Cadena

CEBU CITY, Philippines— Youtuber Lloyd Cadena was loved by many because of his humor and his generosity. But life took a different turn when Cadena’s life was cut short at 26, yesterday, September 4 2020. With his passing, family, friends and his followers went into deep sorrow because one of Youtube’s finest, and most real […] The post Mariah Carey sends prayers for family of late Youtuber Lloyd Cadena appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerSep 5th, 2020

Mariah Carey saddened by Philippines YouTuber’s death

US pop icon Mariah Carey has expressed sadness over YouTube star Lloyd Cadena’s passing. The Filipino vlogger, whose untimely demise at the age of 26 shocked the online community on Friday, was a big fan of the singer......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 5th, 2020

Babala ng nanay ni Lloyd Cadena sa mga impostor: Matakot naman kayo sa karma

  SA unang pagkakataon ay nagsalita na si “Mother Kween” tungkol sa pagkamatay ng anak niyang vlogger na si Lloyd Cadena. Mula nang pumanaw ang kilalang YouTuber ay ngayon lang humarap sa publiko ang kanyang ina na isa na ring sikat na vlogger ngayon. Kahapon, nag-upload ng video si Mother Kween para magpasalamat sa lahat […] The post Babala ng nanay ni Lloyd Cadena sa mga impostor: Matakot naman kayo sa karma appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 1st, 2020

Ivana Alawi, magdo-donate sa naiwang pamilya ni Lloyd Cadena! 

Manila, Philippines- Inihayag ni Ivana Alawi na bago pumanaw ang sikat na YouTuber na si Lloyd Cadena ay may hamon ito sa kanya. Hiniling ni Lloyd na mag-collab sila ng sexy YouTuber at maglinis ng bus. Post ni Ivana sa kanyang Facebook page, “Hinamon ako ni Kween Lloyd Cafe Cadena sa kanyang last vlog na […] The post Ivana Alawi, magdo-donate sa naiwang pamilya ni Lloyd Cadena!  appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsSep 10th, 2020

UAAP 82: One more chance for NU to put the pieces of the puzzle together

HOW’D THEY DO LAST SEASON? 4-10, seventh YES, THEY’RE STILL HERE: John Lloyd Clemente, John Galinato, JV Gallego, Issa Gaye, Enzo Joson, Dave Ildefonso, Shaun Ildefonso, Jonas Tibayan WELCOME TO THE FAMILY: Robert Minerva, Migs Oczon, Chino Mosqueda (returning from injury) GOOD LUCK ON FUTURE ENDEAVORS: Matt Aquino, Rev Diputado, Troy Rike, Dave Wilson Yu WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT FROM NU? NU still has each and every one of its recruits from its big-time offseason a year ago when it was named ABS-CBN Sports’ first-ever King of Recruiting. With Ildefonso brothers Shaun and Dave, John Lloyd Clemente, and John Galinato coming in, the Bulldogs were poised to break out and barge back into the playoffs – only, that wasn’t what happened and they only had four wins to show for that big-time offseason. Still, that young core, now battle-hardened, has remained intact and UAAP 82 may very well they year it lives up to the hype. Hey, better late than never and both Dave I. and JLC are bound to keep moving on up all while Shaun I. takes the reins of leadership. Even better, the bench that already includes the likes of John Galinato and Jonas Tibayan has only been bolstered by the entries of Robert Minerva and Migs Oczon, two promising prospects used to winning. WHO IS/ARE THE PLAYER/S TO WATCH OUT FOR FROM NU? Sophomore slumps will be put to the test when both Dave I. and JLC put a heavier burden on their backs at the forefront of the NU offensive. Dave I. was given all the freedom in the world in his first season in Sampaloc, but at the same time, looked like he was being asked to do too much, too quickly. JLC, meanwhile, proved to be inconsistent in his first go-round trying to prove that he was, indeed, college-ready. Those two rising stars are, more likely than not, going to take the next step, but a shinier spotlight may very well be put on Shaun I. who will have to make sure that all of the Bulldogs push forward with the game plan and play to their strengths. WHY SHOULD WE ROOT FOR NU? NU is young as they come with two sophomores in Dave I. and JLC showing the way. Without a doubt, youth will be served for the Bulldogs and who doesn’t love seeing upstarts stand up to traditional powerhouses? And you just know head coach Jamike Jarin will have his boys running all over the court – the only question is if he will still have his voice to keep yelling in Jamike-like fashion. WHERE WOULD NU BE AT THE END OF UAAP SEASON 82? The playoffs is still a ways away for NU, but there is, indeed, light at the end of the tunnel. What matters more for the Bulldogs this season is for Dave I. and JLC to fulfill their potential as leading men and everybody else to do their best to be the two’s strong supporting cast. WHEN IS NU’S FIRST GAME IN UAAP SEASON 82? Ildefonso brothers Dave and Shaun join forces with John Lloyd Clemente to shoot NU to an upset victory versus Adamson on September 7 at Araneta Coliseum Of course, everybody goes All for More and, as always, all of the action will be on ABS-CBN S+A Channel 23, ABS-CBN S+A HD Channel 166, LIGA SkyCable Channel 86, LIGA HD SkyCable Channel 183, iWant and livestream. HERE’S WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE SEVEN OTHER TEAMS IN UAAP SEASON 82: With its arsenal fully loaded, UE’s ambush good to go in UAAP 82 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 28th, 2019

With popularity comes responsibility, says Grace Poe on FPJ s 80th birthday

MANILA, Philippines – Friends and family of late actor Fernando Poe Jr gathered at the Manila North Cemetery on Tuesday, August 20, to mark the 80th birth anniversary of the popular Filipino actor. Senator Grace Poe and her mother Susan Roces led the commermoration rites, where they lit candles and offered prayers ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 20th, 2019

Che Lu stays alive even as SMDC-NU goes out with a bang in PBA D-League

Che'Lu gutted out a tough 77-72 thriller over Family Mart-Enderun Tuesday at JCSGO Gym in Cubao to keep itself in the running for the 2019 PBA D-League playoffs. Jeff Viernes drilled the go-ahead triple with 43.5 seconds left that broke a 72-all deadlock and complete the Revellers' rally from a 15-point hole and an eight-point deficit in the last five minutes of the game. He finished with 13 points, five rebounds, and five assists as Che'Lu improved to 6-3 in the Aspirants Group. "No matter what happens, we should end with a win," said coach Stevenson Tiu. "Wala na sa kamay namin ang fate namin. We're just hoping for the better na lang." Alfred Batino led his side with a double-double in the tune of 14 points and 17 rebounds, as Rey Suerte got 13 points and four boards in the victory. But defense was the key for the Revellers, forcing the Titans to commit six turnovers in the final three minutes to steal the game late. Valandre Chauca carried Family Mart-Enderun (1-7) with 18 points and eight assists, as Fonso Gotladera had 17. In other results, SMDC-NU made it four straight wins to end its campaign, clipping Perpetual, 100-74. Dave Ildefonso guided his side to the victory with 20 points, six rebounds, and three assists. John Lloyd Clemente came off the bench and contributed 16 points and four boards, Patrick Yu scored 13, and Senegalese big man Issa Gaye nabbed a double-double with his 11 points, 16 rebounds, and three blocks. The superb showing allowed the Bulldogs to wrap up their assignments in the developmental ranks on a solid note, ending with a 4-5 record in the Foundation Group. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME SMDC-NU 100 -- D. Ildefonso 20, Clemente 16, Yu 13, Gaye 11, Mangayao 8, Gallego 7, Rangel 7, Mosqueda 6, Tibayan 5, Diputado 5, Minerva 2, Oczon 0, Joson 0, Abatayo 0. PERPETUAL 74 -- Peralta 18, Aurin 12, Adamos 11, Charcos 9, Sese 6, Martel 5, Guissani 4, Pasia 3, Razon 2, Egan 2, Cuevas 2, Lanoy 0, Tamayo 0. QUARTER SCORES: 22-15, 43-36, 67-49, 100-74. SECOND GAME CHE'LU 77 -- Batino 14, Viernes 13, Suerte 13, Bautista 10, Dagangon 9, Collado 7, Dumapig 4, Taganas 3, Manalang 2, Siruma 2, Gabo 0, Bringas 0, Ng 0. FAMILY MART-ENDERUN 72 -- Chauca 18, Gotladera 17, Hayes 13, Escoto 9, Kuoakou 3, Nunez 3, Gatdula 3, Dungan 3, Vidal 2, Sacundo 1, Tancioco 0, Dela Cruz 0. QUARTER SCORES: 12-22, 38-42, 54-62, 77-72......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 20th, 2019

Literary Fiesta

Filipino dining in Philippine literature Pahiyas festival, illustration by Manuel Baldemor It’s not Pinoy dining if it’s not a feast. And our Philippine literature has told many stories that illustrate our healthy appetite, traditional palayok (clay pot) cooking, siesta, fiesta, flavors, and fusions.  Doña Victorina fans herself amid the smoke of a roasting pig. Her guests are coming, their noses up in the air sniffing the flavors. On the table, adorned with gilded copa de vino (wine glass) and plato, are sinigang na dalag with alibambang leaves, callos, adobo, tinola, and pochero. Everybody was in high spirits. Never mind if the doña is broke (to begin with). At least her guests are full. Jose Rizal drew a perfect picture of the Pinoy fiesta and salu-salo (gathering) culture. Our national hero himself loves to eat. He prefers a hefty serving of champorado and tuyo for breakfast. For dessert, he likes minatamis na santol (sweetened santol) made from boiled santol slices soaked for three days in hugas bigas (water used to wash rice). Before starving in Europe, where he published El Filibusterismo, Rizal would feast in carneng asada (beefsteak with sauce), made from lean meat marinated in olive oil, lime juice, and parsley and served with fried potatoes. Gabriela Silang loved pinakbet. Emilio Aguinaldo listed sardines with tomatoes among his favorites. Marcelo H. del Pilar would die (pun intended) for his apparent favorite, pochero, the local version of the Spanish cocido. Andres Bonifacio got his strength and protein source in nilitsong manok sa zaha (grilled chicken wrapped in sampaloc and banana leaves). The Filipino salu-salo Never mind if some of our celebrated dishes are not “purely” Pinoy. “What is Filipino food and how does food become Filipino?” asks the late food critic Doreen Fernandez. She argued that food only became Pinoy by process of indigenization, like patis (fish sauce) put in a foreign dish. And this is how Pinoy fusion came to life. What we have on our modern plates are many fusions, crazy or ingenious, like paella with lechon, sinigang na steak, adobong tapa, pancit with kangkong. Yes, you get the picture.  Could their favorite Filipino flavors be the reason behind the intelligence and nationalism of our heroes Rizal and Bonifacio? Too bad, many young Pinoys nowadays barely know what minatamis na santol is, or any Pinoy traditional merienda for that matter. What replaced maruya, nilagang kamote, turon, kutsinta, and ginataang mais are French fries, burger, pizza, and pasta. You know what they say: You are what you eat.   In another table setting, Padre Damaso looks across the dining table. Everybody’s enjoying tinola, a stew of chicken and green papaya, but not him. Who wants chicken neck for lunch? He didn’t finish his plate. And this, people, was how the concepts of degustation and small plates were born. They’re not, after all, a French discovery or New York’s. We can blame our mañaña habit. We’re too slow to grab the credit. And oh, we are pioneers of the culture of not finishing plates, too. Blame these all to Padre Damaso (or Jose Rizal?). The tinola brouhaha scene in Noli Me Tangere started it all.  Lechon haus mural by boonsai While it’s rude in other cultures not to devour all the food served on the plate, in the Philippines, it’s not. Pinoy eating tradition tells you it’s okay to have leftovers. Telenovela , movies, and literature are great examples. When a family fights over the dining table, the father (or any member) walks away with an unfinished plate. In Ibong Adarna, over a scrumptious dinner, the brothers were all too busy planning how to catch the elusive bird that they forgot to finish their plate.       Besides books, paintings also tell our delicious food experience. Fernando Amorsolo captured Pinoy eating habits in his painting Afternoon Meal of the Rice Workers. It shows Pinoy families cooking meals in a palayok and eating under the shade of a tree, seemingly ready to sleep after an afternoon feast. With all the food trends coming and going on our plates and literature pages flying off to oblivion, what remains steadfast in our eating habit is this: Siesta. –NICKKY FAUSTINE P. DE GUZMAN.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsOct 18th, 2020

Mother Kween ni Lloyd may promise sa Cadenators; Sanya kapalit ni Marian sa First Yaya?

MAY promise ang nanay ng yumaong vlogger na si Lloyd Cadena sa mga kaibigan at super fans nito kapag natapos na ang pandemya. Sa kanyang sariling YouTube vlog, ibinalita ni Lorita Cadena o mas kilala bilang Mother Kween na mag-o-organize siya ng isang get-together para sa mga Cadenators (tawag sa supporters ni Lloyd) kapag safe […] The post Mother Kween ni Lloyd may promise sa Cadenators; Sanya kapalit ni Marian sa First Yaya? appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 12th, 2020

YouTube FanFest pays tribute to vloggers Lloyd Cadena and Emman Nimedez

To celebrate their legacy and look back at the ways they touched the lives of so many netizens and communities, YouTube FanFest, in the opening of its Philippine segment, will pay tribute to the Filipino creators we’ve lost this year including Lloyd Cadena, fondly known as Kween LC, and Emman Nimedez. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 11th, 2020

Alex dapat daw tumulad kay Lloyd Cadena: Para may katuturan naman kinikita n’yo na mula rin sa tao

NAPILITAN si Alex Gonzaga na ibandera sa publiko ang tinutulungang foundation matapos masabihang dapat daw niyang tularan ang yumaong vlogger na si Lloyd Cadena. Bukod sa pagiging sikat na sikat sa social media bilang YouTube content creator, kilala rin si Lloyd sa pagbibigay ng tulong sa mga nangangailangan. Kaya naman talagang napakaraming nagluksa at nalungkot […] The post Alex dapat daw tumulad kay Lloyd Cadena: Para may katuturan naman kinikita n’yo na mula rin sa tao appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 21st, 2020

Garcias to hospital: Give us the health records first

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The Garcias said they would be willing to sit with doctors from a private hospital in Cebu City for a ‘dialogue’ but under several conditions. The hospital must provide the health records of their late brothers, Marlon and Nelson, to the family first, and that their attending physicians should be present […] The post Garcias to hospital: Give us the health records first appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 19th, 2020

John Lloyd Cruz? Timmy Cruz? Geneva explains her Cruz family tree

Singer-actress Geneva Cruz explained the family tree of her Cruz family, one of the most influential families in Philippine showbiz......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 18th, 2020

WATCH: Ilocos Norte fresh grad’s amazing room renovation

Sonder Evennys Agustin talks about his room’s Japanese-inspired extreme makeover and the importance of bringing art into our lives Spending his days and nights indoors due to the health crisis is not the experience 22-year-old Sonder Evennys Agustin thought he was going to have after graduating from civil engineering. As the days went on and he tried to find things to fill up his days, he realized he had been staring at a blank canvas this whole time. Over a month, within the four walls that had become his world, Sonder transformed his room into a tranquil Japanese-inspired space. “The main reason [I transformed my room] is gusto kong maging productive ngayong lockdown (The main reason I transformed my room is that I wanted to be productive during the lockdown),” says the Ilocos Norte native in an interview with Manila Bulletin Lifestyle. “Kaya po naisipan ko pong gumawa nga mga furniture and then naisipan ko na din pong irenovate ang room ko (I thought of making furniture and renovating my room).” A WAVE OF INSPIRATION Sonder imitates The Great Wave off Kanagawa in the face of his walls Big in Japan On YouTube, Sonder shares the process in creating his Japanese style furniture, including a chic kohiteburu, or coffee table, as well as a floating table. The eye-catching masterpiece of the room, however, is his mural recreating The Great Wave off Kanagawa created by Katsushika Hokusai in the late Edo period of Japan. It truly ties the whole room together and elevates it to a whole other level. Hokusai’s woodblock print, created almost two centuries ago, is one of the most recognizable and influential art pieces in the world. Original prints are on display top museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the British Museum in London. Artist in residence Of course, any plans to travel to those museum-filled cities to see the original are grounded as of the moment. But Sonder’s beautiful recreation shows that we don’t need to travel to experience and appreciate art in our daily lives. “As a local artist, important po para sa aking na to bring art into a room,” Sonder adds. “Kasi, isa ito sa mga nagbibigay buhay sa isang lugar. Kumbaga po is sila nagbibigay lasa sa isang pagkain (Because it is a live-giving space. It is like giving flavor to food).” “And dahil love ko po ang art, dapat lang na ilagay ko po sa kwarto ko po para ipaalala sa akin na ang Diyos ay may binigay sa akin na talent na dapat ko lang pong ipagmalaki (And because I love art, I just have to put it in my room to remind me that God has given me a talent that I should be proud of).” THE GREAT ROOM Sonder’s renovated bedroom Sonder says that his artistic talents and sensibilities come from both sides of the family. As a child, he competed in various drawing and painting competitions. He even placed first in the Department of Education’s (DepEd) National Festival of Talents (NFOT) in 2014 when it was hosted in Olongapo City. While his extreme makeover room edition took 30 days to put together, Sonder wants to make it clear that it took a while to save up for the big renovation. Even while studying, he accepted commissions for paintings, drawings, and murals. But it was all worth it. “Kung gusto mo talagang maka-achieve ng kahit ano, huwag kang mawalan ng determinasyon na matapos ang goal mo (If there is something you want to achieve, do not lose your determination to finish your goals),” Sonder adds. “Wala pong mahirap sa taong may determinasyon sa buhay. Maging positibo lang sa buhay. Yung mga negatibo dapat naiwaksi (There is nothing difficult for a person with determination in their life. Just stay positive in life and disregard the negatives).” .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 15th, 2020

Former Speaker and EPIRA principal author Fuentebella passes away

Former House Speaker and principal author of the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) Arnulfo “Noli” P. Fuentebella passed away on September 9 due to lingering illnesses, his family has confirmed. He was 74. Arnulfo “Noli” P. Fuentebella Camarines Sur Arnulf Bryan “Arnie” Fuentebella , in a social media post, announced the untimely demise of the former speaker of the House of Representatives. The sad news was also confirmed by his other son, Department of Energy (DOE) Undersecretary Felix William B. Fuentebella. “With deep sorrow, we would like to inform our family and friends that former Speaker Arnulfo “Noli” P. Fuentebella has passed away this morning (September 9),” the lawmaker said. He added the elder Fuentebella “succumbed to heart failure after battling kidney disease for almost two years.” The family requested for prayers “for his final journey back Home.” Details of necrological services shall be announced in the following days. Aside from his stint at the Congress’s top leadership, his long years of service as Congressman of Camarines Sur as well as his career life as a lawyer, one of the landmark achievements of Fuentebella was his authorship of the EPIRA, a turning point law that was passed in June 2001 which then paved the way for the restructuring of the country’s electricity sector. While propounded legislation on the long-proposed privatization and liberalization of the power industry failed to make it through the maze of three Congresses prior to his time as Chairman of the House Committee on Energy, he made sure during his turn at the body that the measure would finally be enacted. Fuentebella and other key lawmakers studied the privatization pathway for state-run National Power Corporation (NPC) “with great caution and thoroughness” by looking at the experiences of other deregulated electricity markets all over the world – and that earned him the respect and regard of the industry as the “father and prime mover of the power industry’s deregulation and restructuring.” His energy committee at that time judiciously consulted with all affected stakeholders – listening to both sides of the spectrum – whether they are pro or against the power industry restructuring bill. The EPIRA is a legislative piece that until today is considered unmatched in the energy sector – and the leadership he had shown during his time at the Energy Committee ensured not just the passage of the law; but it also guaranteed that the provisions are feasible for implementation through the years. Even the design of the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) had to undergo fine-tuning prior to the law’s final deliberations and eventual passage because of the California’s power market experience then – primarily the excessive market exposure of some players that triggered their bankruptcies, the State’s missteps in energy planning that then led to its worst nightmare of blackouts. The EPIRA is already on its 20th year of implementation next year and while it is not exactly a perfect law, it was able to advance milestone achievements – primarily the privatization of the government-owned power assets; and it had also extended benefits to Filipino consumers; including lifeline discounts for marginalized end-users’ and the ‘power of choice’ that some segments of electricity consumers are now enjoying when it comes to sourcing and patronizing preferred power providers......»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsSep 9th, 2020

Fisherman dies after ro-ro vessel rams into his boat in Negros city

BACOLOD City – A fisherman died after his fishing boat capsized after being hit by an unidentified roll-on roll-off (ro-ro) cargo vessel in the waters off Sitio Pangayuhan 1, Barangay Washington, Escalante City, Negros Occidental, on Tuesday. A body of a fisherman wrapped in a blanket was brought to their house, as his family mourns his death at Barangay Washington, Escalante City, Negros Occidental Tuesday. (Photo courtesy of PCG-Negros Occidental / MANILA BULLETIN) The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) – Negros Occidental identified the fatality as Je-ar Caspe, 29, of the said village. PCG-Negros Occidental Commander Jansen Benjamin said the victim and his father went fishing late Monday night when the incident happened. The report said the Caspes were on board separate boats when a ro-ro vessel reportedly rammed into Je-Ar’s boat that caused multiple injuries on the victim. The victim’s father witnessed the incident but he could not identify which vessel it was, Benjamin said. He retrieved his son’s body and brought it to their house, then reported the incident to authorities. Benjamin said they will conduct an investigation to determine the vessel operator responsible behind the maritime incident......»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsSep 9th, 2020

Lloyd Cadena, the influencer who genuinely cared for the poor

He helped victims of the Taal Volcano eruption, gave away relief packs to the community amid the lockdown, and also extended help to our frontliners. Lloyd also has a soft spot for kids. He had been consistently giving away school supplies and even reached out to Aetas in Pampanga. The post Lloyd Cadena, the influencer who genuinely cared for the poor appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

Category: newsSource:  bulatlatRelated NewsSep 7th, 2020

WET BUS WASH FOR A CAUSE: Ivana Alawi, tinanggap ang huling hamon ni Lloyd Cafe Cadena

NAGLULUKSA ngayon ang Pinoy YouTube Community dahil sa biglaang pagpanaw ng isa sa itinuturing na pioneers ng vlogging sa Pilipinas na si Lloyd Cafe Cadena o kilala rin sa internet bilang KWEEN LC. Nakilala si Lloyd dahil sa kanyang relatable funny vlogs hanggang sa lumaki nang lumaki ang kanyang dalawang channels kung saan pinapaligaya niya […] The post WET BUS WASH FOR A CAUSE: Ivana Alawi, tinanggap ang huling hamon ni Lloyd Cafe Cadena appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinoyparazziRelated NewsSep 7th, 2020

Sharon kay Lloyd: Salamat sa sayang dulot mo lalo noong sobrang hurt at low na low si Inay

    NAGSILBING “gamot” at “inspirasyon” ni Megastar Sharon Cuneta ang yumaong vlogger na si Lloyd Cadena noong kasagsagan ng kanyang kalungkutan. Ipinagluluksa ngayon ng kanyang pamilya, mga kaibigan, kapwa vloggers at ng mga kakilalang celebrities ang biglaang pagkamatay ni Lloyd sa edad na 26. Isa sa mga na-shock at talagang hindi pa rin makapaniwala […] The post Sharon kay Lloyd: Salamat sa sayang dulot mo lalo noong sobrang hurt at low na low si Inay appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 6th, 2020

Famous YouTube vlogger Lloyd Cadena dies

Popular Youtube vlogger Lloyd Cafe Cadena died Friday, according to an announcement made on his official Facebook page......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsSep 4th, 2020

Sikat na vlogger pumanaw sa edad 26; naipagawa ng bahay ang ina bago namaalam

MARAMING nabigla sa biglaang pagkawala ng kilalang vlogger na si Lloyd Café Cadena ngayong umaga ng Biyernes. Inihayag ang pagpanaw ni Lloyd sa isang official statement na ipinost sa kanyang official Facebook page. “It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that we announce the untimely demise of our beloved brother Lloyd Cafe Cadena. […] The post Sikat na vlogger pumanaw sa edad 26; naipagawa ng bahay ang ina bago namaalam appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 4th, 2020