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VIRAL: Meet the man who can rival Dante Gulapa

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Mar. 28, 19 | 11:34 am

If you don’t know who Dante Gulapa is, it is probably time to get out of that rock you have been living under.

After a few swipes on your Facebook feed, you’d most likely see videos, posts, or memes about Gulapa as he is one of the most talked about topics on social media nowadays.

Gulapa became a social media personality when his dancing videos went viral online. Many netizens has since referred to him as “King Eagle” or “Big Papa”.

His life story has also been featured on GMA-7’s “Magpakailanman” wherein he was portrayed by actor Jak Roberto.

However, one man is challenging him when it comes to dancing.

A midget named Ramon Asenjo, who calls himself as “Little Papa”, has been making the rounds on social media as well because of his dance moves that will give Gulapa a run for his own money.

As seen in his videos online, Asenjo can easily copy Gulapa’s signature dance moves, such as the “flying eagle”.

In an interview with GMA-7’s Saksi, Asenjo, who works as an acrobat, said that he has always wanted to pursue a career in dancing.

“Pangarap ko po talaga dancer dati po. Talent ko po ‘yan eh, magpatawa, sumayaw,” he said.

Asenjo added that he got used to the teasing of other people and learned to just ignore it.

He also has a message to the people who has the same condition as him.

“Huwag po silang panghinaan ng loob. Katulad ko po, hindi po ako pinanghihinaan ng loob kasi maliit na nga po tayo kailangan parang malaki rin po tayo,” he said.

As of press writing, Asenjo’s video has been reposted by several Facebook pages garnering millions of views online.

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