De Lima's joyful moments while dancing


The controversial senator was caught on video happily dancing.

Senator Leila De Lima is surely the most controversial senator recently. Many of her controversies such as presenting a fake witness, her ouster as chairman of Commission on Human Rights, and her strong connection to the illegal drug trade inside the Bilibid.

Earlier, an alleged sex video of De Lima was circulated on the internet, shocking the Filipino netizens and now, another video of the senator has gone viral but this time, showing her dancing with smiles all over her face.

She was recorded dancing the songs "Get Down and Macarena" in a what seemed to be a party held in the past. Many netizens, despite the overflowing happiness in the video, bashed De Lima, saying that it might the last video of her being happy as she is now at risk of getting imprisoned.

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Posted by PRRD News on Sunday, July 17, 2016

On the other hand, De Lima still refuses to attend any Senate probe regarding her connections to the illegal drug business inside Bilibid even though numerous witnesses are appearing on court one by one.




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De Lima's joyful moments while dancing
The controversial senator was caught on video happily dancing.
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