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Sep. 08, 19 | 3:21 pm

Photo: John Draven “Jaydee” Carag said he wanted to be a soldier so he can help defend PH seas from China. Screengrab from Eat Bulaga.

Every now and then he the longest running noontime show ‘Eat Bulaga’ relaunches its competition for young boys called ‘That’s My Boy’.

Part of the competition is a question-and-answer segment where hosts will ask personal stuff to the young kids.

However on September 3, the audience and the hosts were surprised to hear a kid saying his stand against China.

John Draven “Jaydee” Carag, was asked by Pia Guanio and Ryzza Mae Dizon.

Jaydee said that he wanted to be a soldier, which is a common answer in the competition.

But what Jaydee went on by saying that he wanted to defend the Philippines from China.

“Para talunin ang China. Para hindi nila makuha ang dagat natin,” Jaydee explained.

The maritime row continues between the Philippines and China in the West Philippine Sea.

The hosts asked Jaydee how he has become aware of these big issues; the boy said that he just watches the news daily.

“Yung isda saka nga pawikan atin yun. Kinukuha nila. Atin yon!” Jaydee added.

The boy added that if he was able to defend the Philippines, then that’s the time he can be proud of it.

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