Watch: Robin Padilla and Mayor Duterte in ‘Disiplina Duterte’ Ad, Slam ‘Tuwid na Daan’ (Video)

Actor Robin Padilla joins presidential candidate, Mayor Rodrigo ‘Rody’ Duterte in his new political ad dubbed as ‘Disiplina Duterte.’ This provocative Duterte for President campaign commercial shows Duterte and Robin together for the first time, slamming the Tuwid na Daan slogan of Roxas-Robredo tandem. Watch the video below.

Released by Robin Padilla himself via his official Facebook page this Wednesday, April 27, the 60-second black and white Duterte ad starts with Robin Padilla saying that the Filipinos now only needs one thing – discipline. He gave some examples, as the video features some major problems not only in Metro Manila but also in the entire country.

According to Robin, the simple things that Filipinos need include MRT trains running on time, streets that were built to be strong and not being flooded, traffic-free roads, airports that we can be proud of, policemen doing their jobs right, honest public servants, a government without corruption, and a president who can lead the country.

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Padilla emphasized that all of them are possible only if there is discipline, noting that the Tuwid na Daan (Straight Path) is useless if only a few people follows it. Robin then said, “We should stop this foolishness, Mayor Rody Duterte appeared and stood beside him, uttering a very tough one-liner that represents his plan if elected president.

“Kung walang displina, displinahin.” (If people have no discipline, discipline them.)

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Considered as the Bad Boy of the Philippine cinema, Robin Padilla was jailed for two years due to illegal weapons possession. He was released in 1998 via presidential pardon by Fidel V. Ramos. Since then, he has been active in various advocacies. Robin said he is campaigning for Duterte for free because he loves his country.