- Well-known comedian Michael V created a parody song on the trending “lugaw issue”
- Once again, he managed to bring good vibes to thousands of Filipino
- He also created awareness on the things that some people tend to forget amid the wor
sening situation in the country during the COVID-19 pandemic
Well-known comedian Michael V is, indeed, one of the best parody song writers in the country; not only because of creating lyrics that bring laughter but also because of the deeper message in the lines of his funny composition.
On YouTube, the Bubble Gang star uploaded a video of his parody version of Eraserheads’ popular song Torpedo; highlighting the trending “lugaw issue” that has been a hot topic in the country, online and offline.
“Wala lang. Bigla lang akong na-inspire do’n sa trending video ngayon ‘tsaka may hangover pa yata ako ng parody v
irus. Enjoy this ‘essential’ parody!” he captioned the video he posted, inviting everyone for another parody song.
In a video circulating online, a Grab rider is seen pleading village officials to let him deliver the “lugaw”, explaining that he did not violate any enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) protocol despite coming to the area at night as he carries food, which is considered as an essential item.
The officials, on the other hand, insisted that “lugaw” is “non-essential”.
In his song, Michael V also included the audio from the aforementioned video, but apart from bringing laughter to social media users, his parody also intends to create awareness on the things that some people tend to forget amid the current situation.
Grab pays tribute to delivery riders amid trending ‘lugaw issue’
Earlier, Grab also made a move to remind the people of the important role played by delivery riders who have been ri
sking their l ives during the COVID-19 pandemic, through a free delivery promo with the code LUGAWISESSENTIAL.
“Let’s give thanks to all our Grab riders na tuloy lang sa paghatid ng ating essential needs and for always following rules and guidelines whenever, wherever! Saludo po kami sa inyo, our kuyas and ates!” read the post. “Use LUGAWISESSENTIAL to get free delivery on your GrabFood order! T&Cs apply.”
Meanwhile, following the incident, the Palace reiterated that food deliveries are allowed 24 hours a day and seven days a week even as the implementation of ECQ continues.