Senator Bongbong Marcos's son Sandro cried foul over alleged cheating in the vote-counting of the 2016 elections.
In his Twitter post at around 1 A.M. today, May 10, Sandro questioned why the total number of presidential and vice-presidential votes are not the same.
He tweeted, “Also, the total votes for president are not the same total for vice president. What the hell #DayaangMatuwid.”
Daang Matuwid is the current administration and Liberal Party's slogan.
Sandro, however, has deleted his tweet about the administration's alleged cheating.
In a separate post, Sandro apologized for his post, adding that he did it out of frustration and anger over the close fight between his dad Bongbong and vice-presidential rival Leni Robredo.
Didn't delete my tweet, wouldn't be saying this otherwise ??? frustration and anger get the best of us. I guess tomorrow nalang makita ?????????????— Sandro Marcos (@sandromarcos7) May 9, 2016
As per @rapplerdotcom said, I didn't delete the tweet, but I did say that. Apologies and it's been a stressful time. ??— Sandro Marcos (@sandromarcos7) May 9, 2016
As of 10 A.M.., partial and unofficial election results show that Camarines Sur Third District Representative Leni Robredo is leading with 13,317,564 votes while Senator Bongbong Marcos has 13,161,716 votes.