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Parokya Ni Edgar thinks this Pinay OFW in UAE nails ‘Bagsakan’ song

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A new Facebook user has been getting the limelight recently for her ‘covers’ which are uploaded on her Facebook account. 

Maricon Paninzales, according to her Facebook bio, lives in Al Ain, Abu Dhabi and a ‘single mom’. 

The Ilongga has been making waves on social media after she uploaded a series of videos on her Facebook account of herself singing covers with her natural out-of-tune voice. 

Her tone deafness is the reason why the Parokya ni Edgar re-shared her video singing ‘Bagsakan’. 

Paninzales sang the 2007 rock song in this tune: 

She was as if reading the lyrics of the rock song. 

The video was uploaded last month and as of this writing, it has more than 1.5 million views, nearly 10,000 Facebook reactions, 735 comments and 1,300 shares. 

The OFW in UAE also did covers of Slapshock’s Carino Brutal and Agent Orange. 

Watch the videos below: 

This only proves that not all Filipinos have good singing voices and that includes me!

Ryan Namia
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