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Tolentino denies bringing ‘surprise’ sexy dancers to gathering

By: - Reporter / @NCorralesINQ
/ 04:37 PM October 01, 2015

Metro Manila Development Authority chair and senatorial hopeful Francis Tolentino denied reports that he brought dancers to a birthday party he attended in Laguna on Thursday.

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“I was just a guest at the birthday party. I did not bring any dancer or singer. The emcee probably got misinformed,” Tolentino said in a text message to INQUIRER.net.

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The emcee during the event reportedly said the dancers were Tolentino’s “surprise gift” to those who attended the gathering.

Sexy dancers were seen dancing during the event against a backdrop bearing the name and face of Rep. Benjie Agarao and greetings for his “birthday celebration” and “40th year in service.”

Prior to the party, Tolentino joined former Interior Secretary Manuel “Mar” Roxas II on the oath-taking of 80 of its new members in Laguna on Wednesday.

Tolentino on Tuesday declared that he was running for senator in 2016. He is purportedly one of the members of Liberal Party’s senatorial team in the 2016 elections. Nestor Corrales/RC

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