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10 Times the Malacañang Events Parody Account Threw Major Shade

Dark humor, you say?
IMAGE Malacanang Events and Catering Services Twitter
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Following presidential granddaughter Isabelle Duterte's controversial pre-debut photo shoot in the country's seat of power, it didn't take long before the Internet gave us the social media page of Malacañang Events & Catering Services—a parody account, in case you haven't noticed. So aside from the debutante herself, you can also contact said events company for baptism celebrations, birthdays, and pictorial sessions.

As all good things must come to an end, the Facebook page was eventually taken down thanks to ka-DDS trolls. But it didn't take long before a new account became open to the public.

The Twitter  account is a completely different story, as it actively answers queries on which universities are allowed to book an event (PUP excluded, "galing po dyan mga haters namin aside from Ateneo and UP."), what pencil booking means ("Takot daw po kasi sa ballpen ang boss nyo?), and other witty remarks that are both funny and woke (read: satire). Some posts even reference notable lines spoken by President Rodrigo Duterte and other supporters.

Here are 10 tweets that throw major shade on our present political climate:

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