JV Ejercito & Jinggoy Estrada Taking Swipe At Each Other Amid Election 2019?

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Half-Brothers Sen. JV Ejercito & Former Sen. Jinggoy Estrada Seemingly Taking Swipe At Each Other Amid Election 2019

JV EJERCITO – Election 2019 senatorial candidates Senator JV Ejercito and former Sen. Jinggoy Estrada are seemingly taking swipe at each other.

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has approved sixty-three (63) official senatorial candidates in the Election 2019. However, former presidential spokesperson Harry Roque withdrew his bid shortly after the official list was released.

In the political bid, 62 people were left vying for the twelve(12) seats in the Senate. Among the twelve(12) senatorial candidates in the Election 2019 are half-brothers Sen. Joseph Victor Ejercito and former Sen. Jinggoy Estrada.

The two senatorial candidates are the the sons of former President and Manila Mayor Joseph “Erap” Estrada. JV is the son of the former President with Guia Gomez while Jinggoy is his son with Loi Ejercito.

However, visibly, the half-brothers are not in good terms.

JV Ejercito, Jinggoy Estrada Election 2019
Photo Courtesy of RMN | The Manila Times

Ejercito and Estrada are seemingly taking swipes at each other. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the latter previously aired out that Senator Nancy Binay is the “BETTER person among others” and she really deserves the 12th spot in the election result.

Next to Sen. Binay in the result during those time is his half-brother, Sen. Ejercito. Here is the reaction of the Senator:

Here is another intriguing post of Sen. Ejercito amid the Election 2019 season:

The statements of Sen. Ejercito and former Sen. Estrada ignite the speculations that there is really a rivalry between the two brothers. In Manila, their father, former Pres. Erap Estrada, lost the mayoralty race against mayor-elect Isko Moreno.

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