Bretman Rock Violated law for Dancing to Philippine National Anthem Watch Video

Bretman Rock Violated law for Dancing to Philippine National Anthem Watch Video
Bretman Rock Dancing Video

The National Historical Commission of the Philippines has gotten out Filipino Youtube star Bretman Rock for twerking to the nation’s national song of devotion in one of his recordings. Bretman Rock Violated law for Dancing to Philippine National Anthem Watch Pariwiki Video.

The commission gave an open notification dated January 2 after objections about Bretman’s video which as of late reemerged via web-based networking media after it was posted by a netizen on Youtube last September 21.

“Moving to the National Anthem… establishes an infringement of the Flag law,” NHCP official in-control Carminda Arevalo said Thursday.

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The video recorded a bit of Bretman’s Instagram Stories, indicating him doing a lip match up and moving to “Lupang Hinirang” for an initial couple of moments of the tune.

He then quickly twerked to the last section of the tune and kept moving until it arrived at the end.

“Open notification is therefore given, that, in accordance with Section 43 of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act (RA) No. 8491 or the Flag and Heraldic Code of the Philippines, which the NHCP is commanded to execute,” the notification read. Also, check out Bretman Rock – Bio, Facts, Family.

The NHCP emphasized: “When the National Anthem is played… as an indication of regard, all people will prepare for action… will execute a salute by putting their correct palms over their chests… [and that] the National Anthem will not be played or sung for simple diversion, delight or stimulation purposes.”

Special cases must be made during global rivalries where the Philippines is the host or has a delegate, national or nearby rivalries, and different occasions expressed in the arrangement.

Infringement of RA 8491 will be punished by open scold after legitimate which will be distributed in any event once in a paper of general flow.

“Further disappointment or refusal to watch the Act may prompt a punishment fine of ₱5,000 to ₱20,000 or detainment of not over one year,” the NHCP included.

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