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Are You Cool Enough to Hangout with Sandro Marcos? These Friends Are

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Who are Sandro’s friends?

Sandro Marcos, son of Bongbong Marcos and grandson of President Ferdinand Marcos, skyrocketed to fame during the 2016 elections.

Presently taking up a master’s degree in the the London School of Economics, Sandro went home for the holidays and spent time with his friends in the Philippines.

SocialPatrol.PH was able to get a photo of one such occasion and took the time to look into Sandro’s influential circle.

And we were shocked!


Katrina Razon, a billionaire’s daughter!

Source: Katrina Razon’s Instagram account.

According to a feature article in the Inquirer:

Besides her striking beauty, Katrina Razon has people falling under the spell of her music. Stepping out of the shadow of her father, billionaire businessman Enrique Razon, she has emerged as a full-fledged musician—first as a disc jockey working on the turntable, and later as a remixer of music and a composer.

Her Instagram profile says that Katrina is…

K A T S U Founder
Owner of KSR Ventures
Investor/Director of @wonderfruitfestival
DJ

Ang galing naman ni friend number 1! Maganda, mayaman at professional pa!

Julio Villafuerte, may-ari ng Camarines Sur!

Source: Julio Villafuerte’s Facebook account.

Popular friend number 2 is no other than Julio Villafuerte. Julio is

  1. Brother to Camarines Sur Gov. Migz Villafuerte
  2. Ex-boyfriend of celebrity Bianca King
  3. Posts nice quotes on Twitter!

The Villafuertes are an established political clan. Bikol Initiative says that:

The family enjoys prestige as the top dynasty in Camarines Sur.

Gwapo, politiko, at sosyal!

Julian Aboitiz and Samel Aboitiz, mga principe ng negosyo!


According to Forbes magazine:

The Aboitiz family controls Cebu-based publicly listed Aboitiz Equity Ventures (AEV), with interests in power, banking, food, land development and biofuel. In 2015 the firm acquired a majority stake in operations of Lafarge in the Philippines. The company was founded by Paulino Aboitiz, son of a Spanish farmer who migrated to the Philippines in the late 1800s. It began as an abaca-trading and general-merchandise business. Today 19 members of the family, mostly fourth- and fifth-generation, are involved in day-to-day operations.

One such member of the family is Samel Aboitiz who now is a management associate of AEV!

 

Amado Fores, son of Asia’s Best Female Chef 2016

 

Source: Amado Fores’ Instagram account.

Amado Araneta Fores is son of restaurateur Margarita Fores. According to one website:

The chef behind Cibo, Lusso, Grace Park and countless other culinary ventures in the Philippines – has just been voted Asia’s Best Female Chef 2016.

Amado is by himself a celebrity. Town and Country Philippines considered him to be one of the country’s most eligible bachelors in 2016!!!

Like most men his age, Amado’s Twitter musings and Instagram posts are populated by food (and an occasional proclamation of his admiration of celebrity gourmet Nigella Lawson). Except that in his case, it’s a sincere appreciation of gastronomy, given that his mom is power restaurateur Margarita Forés.

Check out his Instagram photos and Twitter posts for the best food recommendations!!

He’s rich, good-looking, and loves food! The girls must love him!

Jelly Acuzar, prinsesa ng  ‘Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar’

Source: Jelly Acuzar’s Twitter account.

Jelly Acuzar is the daughter of Jerry Acuzar and Maria Theresa Ochoa.

Maria Theresa is the sister of President Noynoy C. Aquino’s executive secretary Paquito “Jojo” Ochoa.

Jerry Acuzar is another self-made billionaire! According to Who’s Who in Bataan:

JOSE RIZALINO LARION ACUZAR is one of the most successful Balanguenos who made good fortune in the construction industry. A self-made billionaire, he is the proud owner of the Galeria Victoria Mall in Balanga and the world class “Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar” in Bagac.

His company also owns:

  1. Victoria Towers in Quezon City
  2. Fort Victoria in Bonifacio Global City

This is what “Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar” looks like:

Swerte naman ng magiging boyfriend nito! Todo bakasyon!

 

Natalia Zobel, another billionaire’s daughter??

Source: Natalia Zobel’s Facebook account.

Natalia Zobel is one of the scions of business of the powerful Ayala clan. She is the  daughter of Iñigo Zobel, who in turn is a cousin of Jaime Zobel de Ayala.

Forbes Magazine says that:

Inigo and Mercedes Zobel are cousins of Jaime Zobel de Ayala; they inherited shares in Ayala Corp. from their late aunt. Ayala Corp., the family’s publicly traded conglomerate, has interests in education, real estate, finance, telecom, health care and utilities. They also hold stakes in San Miguel, the largest publicly listed food, beverage and packaging company in Southeast Asia, run by Ramon Ang. Inigo sits on San Miguel’s board.

Jaime Zobel de Ayala’s Family is the 7th richest family in the Philippines in 2016.

Daniel Tuason, the next Lord of War?

Source: Daniel Tuason’s Facebook account.

Daniel Tuason, according to his Linkedin profile, is a process analyst for Arms Corporation of the Philippines (ARMSCOR) a firearms manufacturing company headquartered in the Philippines. This prominent firearms company traces its roots to a Manila printshop, Squires Bingham & Co. that was founded in 1905.

An Inquirer feature article titled “World-class guns made in PH” says that:

Our products are sold in 60 countries now, says Armscor chair Demetrio “Bolo” Tuason, detailing the company’s long list of rifles, pistols based on the popular 1911 format (known colloquially as the “45”) and a wide range of ammunition.

The company is looking to grow its firearms export business further. In the past, its sales were split 50-50 between the domestic and international markets, but at present, exports already account for 60-70 percent of sales, Tuason says—something that will likely rise under his son’s stewardship.

These appear to be the people closest to Sandro Marcos in the Philippines and they also appear to be on their own road to stardom!

Who do you think will match Sandro Marcos in terms of online popularity? What’s healthy competition among the rich and famous.

Do you have what it takes to be part of Sandro’s crew?

17 Comments

  1. Yaaass rich kids pero mababait naman ata yan. I’m not sure pero siguro kahit hindi ka naman masyadong mayaman basta mabait at supportive ka pwede ka namang maging friend ni Sandro.

  2. “Julio Villafuerte, may-ari ng Camarines Sur!” – Camarines Sur is part of RP and not by a single family. Stop posting misleading titles like this!

    • That, dear jeanne, is a stament expressed in a form of literature. Tulad ng tarlac ay kaharian ng mga aquino at cojuancgo.

  3. TANGINAAAAAA how does it feel like to be that rich? I only own a farm and a market

  4. to be friends with an influential and rich person, does it have to be equal or more than their social status? i think if they really want to be friends with you, your status should not be an issue. nasa kanila yun kung in ka sa kanila or hindi. hindi naman siguro lahat ng mayayaman matapobre. just saying.

    • pare parehong school. pare parehong interes. kaso nga lang di natin afford yung schools at interest nila kaya di tayo kasama sa social circle nila.

  5. Patola_Girl Reply

    omg omg I would die just to be part of Sandro’s crew *screech

  6. Equalizerq5 Reply

    Are you cool enough to be friends with Sandro’s friends?
    Yun dapat… Hellooooh!

  7. Look at it this way, they practically grew up in the same environment, thinking bout just like any other squads good to see Sandro surrounded himself with friends who can easily relate to him, good job boy! Youre smart and u simply make your families supporters proud. 🙂

  8. puro lang naman mga magulang nila ang may status. puro mga palamunin lang naman ng mayamang magulang.

  9. Are you apathetic enough to the crimes against humanity committed by FM and his family to hang out with Sandro Marcos?

  10. 3rd world elites whose businesses are not world class. children from political dynasties responsible for corruption and underdevelopment in the country.

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