PNP Chief Ronald ‘Bato’ Dela Rosa cries during his interview with Boy Abunda on The Bottom Line on Saturday, July 9, 2016.
PNP Chief Bato Dela Rosa went emotional during his exclusive interview with Boy Abunda on Saturday’s episode of The Bottom Line.
Known for his tough personality, Dela Rosa showed his soft side when Abunda asked him about his message to his dad on Father’s Day.
Watch on the video below.
Here’s what Dela Rosa wrote for his Dad on Father’s Day.
“Dear Papa Doro,
I know deep in my heart that you’re now the proudest father knowing that your son, whom you could hardly send to school due to your meager income as a tricycle driver is set to become the chief of the PNP.
I didn’t know where did I get the courage to defeat my fierce enemies and the strength to face insurmountable challenges and then I realized, I am your son.
The son of a small but terrible father who never ran away from a fight, especially from the fight against hunger, lack of education, emptiness and poverty. I’m so proud of you, Pa. You fought a very good fight and emerged victorious.
How I wish you’re still here to coach and cheer me in my three to six months fight against drugs and criminality. I’m nervous, Pa. So please pray for me and the PNP. I may win or I may lose. But I sincerely dedicate this fight to you. I miss you, Pa. Happy Father’s Day.”
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