Guess who is this self-made millionaire who made a fortune selling cheap cologne to the masses?
Spotted him at the Dutch embassy escorting his mother and followed by a young lady.
The entrepreneur was wearing a pink printed shirt, striped bellhop pants and stiletto boots.
They were picked up by a large black SUV and assisted by three uniformed bodyguards.
Our Yaya Bhing was the one who recognized him and was awestruck while describing his mansion featured on TV.
Hats off to this man who worked hard and is is now living his dream.
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I don’t know about you but I have never set foot inside Malacañang ever, not even near it.
That’s why I can’t wait to watch this special titled Inside: Malacañang, where National Geographic takes us on a guided tour of the most coveted office in the Republic of the Philippines.
Airs Sunday, March 18, 2012 March at 9 PM
Repeats: Monday, March 19 at 12 midnight
and Monday, March 19 at 4 AM
In fairness to Karl Roy, he photographed really well.
Photos: Daryll Jann Bumanlag
We met in the late ’90s. I had a little clothing store called Grocery and we used to dress up the likes of Karl Roy, Francis Magalona, Giselle Tongi. They were fun times and they went so fast.
Karl was the partner of one of our friends, Yvette, who is mother of his daughter, Ariana.
I always thought Karl was a gentle soul camouflaged behind the tattoos and piercings.
In May 2008, Rogue magazine interviewed Karl Roy after recovering from a stroke in September 2007.
The full article is here and an accompanying video is here:
Pinoy rock icon Karl Roy, 43, died due to cardiac arrest Tuesday morning. His death was announced by his sister Kathryn Roy on her Facebook page.
“It is with deepest sadness that I share the news of Karl’s passing. He was called Home today at 1:01 a.m. Manila time (Tuesday, March 13th), surrounded by those who loved him most—mommy, Keith, Kevin, Krys, his daughter Ariana, and our cousin Jack (Roy-Duavit),” Kathryn wrote.
Please continue to pray for Karl. He brought so much joy to others but, unfortunately, did not have enough of it in this life. He’s in a better place now, with Lolo Pepe, Lola Conching and Daddy,” she added.
Karl Roy was the vocalist of three of the most famous Pinoy rock bands, P.O.T., Kapatid, and Advent Call.
Hours after his death, Karl Roy became the top trending topic on Twitter Philippines.
Fans turned to social media to express grief over his death.