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Sunday, October 9, 2022

Insta Scoop: Jo Koy Gets Emotional as LA Declares October 7 'National Jo Koy Day'

Image and Video courtesy of Instagram: jokoy

 

101 comments:

  1. He's so overrated
    Repetitive jokes about pinoy pa

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    1. True! Naalibadbaran na ako sa jokes nya.

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    2. Para sa yo Te! Pero sa amin dito isa si Jokoy nagpapasaya kahit papano nababawasan lungkot namin

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    3. I don't like him

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    4. 12:28 pwede naman umuwi ng pinas para legit na sumaya pag nahhomesick, char

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    5. Same tayo. Thriving at the expense of mocking and making fun of Pinoy culture, values, ways and beliefs!!!

      Ang gullible naman din kasi aliw na aliw pa kauo sa kanya.

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    6. 12:41 shunga mo naman. Syempre iuwi niya sa Pinas eh ipadala na lang niya sa pamilya niya. Kaya nga nanunuod sila kay Jokoy para maibsan kahit papano lungkot nila. Alangan naman bawat malugkot siya eh uuwi siya ng Pinas. Utak asan

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    7. Mahal ang ticket ni Jokoy. Itong mga mga ampalaya eh malamang di afford Kaya bitter bitteran

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    8. 1:00 AM were not gullible. We simply appreciate his humor and for us filipinos who live abroad we get it! To call us names such as “gullible” is so low of you.

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    9. 1:00, totoo naman ang mga sinasabi ni Jokoy sa culture at way of living ng mga Pilipino.

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    10. 2:13 exactly, ang gusto kasi nila yung “batukan” style of comedy lol

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    11. 11:54 Finally someone said. I went to him in NY because my friend bought me a ticket. Ang korny ng jokes and ang OA. Di nakakatawa.

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    12. I like his jokes but if you watch him too much mauumay ka.

      I think wala naman masama sa joke nya para lang yan gaya ng mga jokes sa tsinelas ng nanay

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    13. Lol nakakatawa sya kasi relate kayo Kaya naiinid kayo kasi totoo

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    14. 1:00 mocking & making fun?!? Masyado ka namang balat sibuyas. Ung sinasabi naman ni jokoy is partly true like our accent, reusing ice cream tub and vicks an all in one med. syempre some he exaggerates coz it’s him job..

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    15. Kanya-kanyang taste yan. Eh natutuwa at natatawa kami sa kanya dito. Okay, nakakaumay pag uulit-ulitin. Eh bakit kasi uulitin? Pag alam na namin ang jokes nya, lipat na lang ng iba sa Netflix.
      Siguro hindi ka lang maka-relate.

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  2. sino si jo koy?????? and no, ayokong mag google.

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    1. Steven Spielberg produced his film. that's all you need to know.

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    2. Wala kang Netflix hehe

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    3. Which is also one of the biggest flops this year

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    4. May Netflix ako at hindi ko sya kilala. Bakit, lahat ba ng nasa Netflix pinapanood mo?

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  3. I don't like him.

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    1. Ayaw din niya sayo πŸ˜‚

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    2. Ganyan talaga. Losers don't like successful people

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    3. I don't like myself. Yun lang yata ibig nyang sabihin.

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  4. Eew nung nalaman kong di naman pala orig ang jokes nya at may pinoy staff sya na nag poproduce ng jokes nya. So parang inaakto lang nya and he’s just memorizing scripts from scriptwriters. Sa totoo lang mag witty and original pa yung iba naten comedians.

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    1. He's not really good, jokes repetitive kagat naman mga pinoy, pag impromptu waley yan

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    2. Did you attend to any of his live shows para malaman mo na repetitive ang jokes nya? Or just watched it on youtube? I have watched 2 of his shows and i am amazed na non of his jokes were recycled from those couple of show ive seen in youtube. Hirap sa pinoy, pag may isang umaanga, inggit na inggit. Kaloka. We are being represented. Sa tingin mo, paano mag english ang majority of pinoy, straight call center type slang ba?? Kaloka, accent natin yan, bat kayo naiinis pag nadidinig nyo???

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    3. 1:34 slapstick comedy kasi trip ng masang pinoy hahah

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    4. Lol 12:18, di mo alam that most comedians hire a bunch of comedy writers to help them develop their sketch? Di naman secret yun. Baka kailangan mo mag update about pop culture.

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  5. Weird. Why? I know he's at the top of his game at the moment, pero a day dedicated to him? There are more worthy people out there who deserve this kind of treatment.

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    1. Marami ring iba na binibigyan ng day nila. Hindi naman ginawang holiday iyan.

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    2. Crab mentality pa more

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  6. I’m from LA at may ganitong paandar pa pala? Kailan matatapos yung same old jokes niya about pinoys and his mom’s accent?

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    1. did you even listen to his speech? if you do, you would understand. But if you did, and you didn't get it, then your comprehension is questionable.

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  7. Galing! Congratulations! Benta
    sa amin si Jokoy. Tagal nya rin gumapang to get where he is - saludo!

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  8. Years ago he's funny
    Pero years later his jokes are still the same about pinoy, about his pinoy mom

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    1. 12:42 syempre pinoy sya, anong topic dapat?

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  9. I am from LA and this is weird. Not all pinoys here even care about him.

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    1. Yeah because most pinoy just like you is bitter pa more

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    2. 12:43 so mas naaappreciate pa sya ng ibang lahi

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    3. Yup, because marami rin tlagang inggiterang Pinoy.
      Lol, which makes sense.

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    4. Because reality na sa ibang bansa minsan ang una pang magbaba sayo eh kapwa mo Pinoy. If only we all could be happy for him kahit di sya bet ng lahat because not everyone gets to reach what he did .

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    5. Yeah my cousin who lives LA says mas OK pang ifriend ang ibang lahi kasi crab mentality ang maraming pinoy like you 12:43.

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    6. I listen to his podcast and years ago he did talk about when he was starting out in Vegas he asked Pinoys to support his show. Not one Pinoy showed up. Lahat ng pumunta puro puti. Pinoys hindi mag latch on until sikat.

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    7. Couldn’t agree more. Currently naka base ako sa overseas and my first hand experience during work is that most of my Filipino colleagues are the one making me feel like an outcast. Ang sakit mga sis kasi di ko akalain kapwa pinoy pa yung hindi welcome sa akin.

      So I made friends which is different from our race. I found them genuine and hindi toxic.

      Disclaimer not all Filipino but some of them, which is nakakalungkot lang..

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  10. Nakakatawa yung mga haters dito, true talaga yung it's your own people who will bring you down.

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    1. Syempre inggit. Bitter lives they lead. Okay naman si Jokoy sa Netflix. Di naman paulit ulit jokes niya. Baka Di nila gets

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    2. So sad, instead na matuwa kayo, dahil may Pinoy na nagtatagumpay sa larangan nya, eto kayo naghanap Ng Mali...ano yon talangka mode😩😩😩

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    3. He speaks and understands Tagalog and is spreading the culture. Ibang tao sa Pilipinas lumaki ni ayaw mag Tagalog nakaka cheap daw.

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    4. Yes, he could have chosen to live like any white kasi hindi naman sya pango pero he chose to represent us including yung mga Pinoy na puno ng insecurities sa identity at culture nila.

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  11. Crab Mentality at ita finest

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    1. Bawal omopinyon??? Crab agad. Di mo kasi gets jokes nya. Making fun of us all Pinoys.

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    2. 1:57 my gosh ikaw ang hindi nakagets hahaha

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    3. 157 jusko tih, maski nakakatawa ang pinagsasabi ni Jokoy totoo nman kasi yan kaya nga naaliw ang iba. Oh well, you cannot please everyone lalo nat pawoke at nega sa buhay.

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    4. @1:57 girl ewan ko anong parte dun yung offensive and if you’re watching his show meron din syang joke about black american stereotypes his bestfriend Andrei.

      Yung mga audience nya iba2x lahi and they are being a good sport, and enjoying the show. Bakit ikaw? Ok if di mo bet yung jokes at least maging masaya ka na lang kasi na achieved nya.

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  12. Kaya may pa Jo koy day sa LA dahil pinagtanggol nya lang naman ang mga Pinoy sa ibang lahi na maliit ang tingin satin. Lalo sa mga pinoy artists.watch his netflix show. Malalaman niyo. Wag kayo talangka kayo nanga binibida nya sa ibang bansa, kayo pa ganyan! Mema lang 😁

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    1. Ay wag na lang maging bida kung laging ginagawang katawa.tawa

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    2. This!

      Pinoys should watch his show on Netflix to know the story. Mas gusto pang suportahan ng Pinoys ang KPop kesa kapwa Pinoy.

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  13. Never liked him! Making fun to the Filipinos are not fun at all!

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    1. πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’

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    2. Iba rin kasi ang wiring ng isip ng ibang tao. Some can't dig into something represented beyond those jokes and stories. Mas patok sa kanila yung Pinoy toilet jokes. I think it is in the degree of understanding and intellect in order to grasp all these representation by Jo Koy.

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  14. 3x ako nanuod ng show nya paulit ulit lang ang script about pinoy, sinaing, vicks vaporub, his nanay. Umay na.

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    1. 1:39 it came from the same show lol uploaded by different youtube account

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    2. Lahat po ng stand up comedian paulit ulit lang din. Bitter pa more

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    3. You watched the same show 3X?

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    4. 1253 I think she did and complained. lol

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  15. Iba talaga ugali ng mga pinoy dito sa California. Ang hilig maghilaan pababa, laging nega, nagyayabangan, nagiinggitan. Imbes na suportahan kapwa pinoy and be happy for them, e wala! I came from NY pero karamihan very supportive at nagtutulungan mga pinoy dun.

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    1. Hindi lang sa California. May mga pinoy abroad na nangmamaliit ng kapwa nila lalo na kapag bgo pa lang sa work. Yung mga katrabaho ko sa unang hospital na napasukan ko ganyan.

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    2. That's true Yan ang nakakalungkot sa mga pinoy. As OFW, minsan yung katrabaho mo pang pinoy ang **sh*le e. Yung inggit kapag barerecognize ka. Crab mentality at it's finest.

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    3. I was in the hospital as a new nurse and my preceptor was a Pinoy. Grabe, nanlamon. Ganun daw talaga sya sa mga Pinoy new nurses. One look at her pa lang, you'll know why.

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  16. Agree, pinaglaban ang representation ng mga pinoy tapos sya pa masama. Umintindi at mag appreciate.

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  17. Talangka alert! Obviously hindi niyo pa siya napanood live. I watched him twice here sa Australia. Laging soldout tix niya. Plus he’s genuinely nice, he hugs his fans sa meet and greet. SMH. DOGS BARK WHEN THEY DONT KNOW THE PERSON.

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    1. "Dogs bark when they don't know the person". I like that quote fren, kopyahin ko ha! 😁

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  18. Whether positive or negative comment or impression people have, why can't we just be thankful that a Filipino receive such an honor? What will you feel if you are recognized abroad and people speaks negatively of you? Kaya tayo nasasabihan na may talangka mentality tayo e, imbis matuwa, naghahanap ng butas para maibaba ang itinataas.

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  19. If you don't like him,don't follow him, don't say anything. It is that simple. You still cannot deny that there are many Filipinos who laugh at his jokes and are happy with what he is doing.Do not deprive them of that. He is not making fun of the Filipinos but he is actually introducing the culture with humor to the whole world! Filipinos could never be happy with the success of other Filipinos. Crab mentity is real, one of our bad sides! Hay!

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  20. Ang nenega naman ng mga tao! Pwedeng maging masaya sa achievement ng kapwa pinoy? Mga ampalaya, talangka at negatron.

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  21. Parang ang laki ng itinanda niya.
    Anyway, salamat Jokoy for being instrumental in greatly boosting Filipino representation in American media through your sold out shows and movie.

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  22. ang daming CRAB talagang panay ang galaw ng mga sipit nila sa inggit jusko! Ive watched his old stand up vids in YT, he was really proud of his roots and his mom even back the. when he was a nobody. he experienced many rejections but he worked his way up and he did become very successful πŸŽ‰ buti na lang hindi sya sa pinas lumaki dahil daming talangka mentality at nagmamarunong kaya walang asenso. Look at AP na sa US din nakatamasa ng super success dahil mas na recognize talent nya don! GO JOKOY!! πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­

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    1. And yet you're here

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    2. Hahaha. Apir sayo, 12:37

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    3. Give me a name of a stand up comedian that you are a fan of 1209. Baka mas nakakatawa sya, panoorin ko.

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  24. Mga nagcocomment ng nega dito obviously don’t get it. Hindi nya pinagtatawanan mga pinoy. If you’re a filipino or filipino american kid who grew up in America, you can relate to the jokes kasi ganyang ganyan ang way of life living with a filipino mom in an american culture!

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  25. Why should we be proud that someone is making of us Filipinos?
    You guys are nuts for thinking that it's something to be proud of and that to object to the idea is just a talangka attitude. You're unbelievable! SOmeone is laughing at you and you join him and make him rich and famous? WEIRD!

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    1. He's a Filipino and proud to be one.
      He was not making fun of his own blood. He's simply doing a retelling of his own experience as a FILIPINO to a crowd in a more comedic way. Have you ever watch his shows in YouTube? Or are you blindly commenting about him?

      Also, he's not the only one who comes and do comedic show about his culture or childhood. There are Chinese, Japanese, Indians and more who do this kind of comedy. It's funny and entertaining. Stop being a b****.

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    2. If you're a non-Filipino and you think his jokes are funny, you look down on Filipinos deep inside.
      Filipinos who think his jokes about us are funny and something we should be proud of are not smart at all.
      This B**** is just telling the truth that's why you're hurting.

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    3. 7:29 from personal experience nya kasi yun, baks. Tignan mo nga latest netflix special pinagtatawanan nya sleep apnea nya. Nukaba!

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    4. You're new to stand-up comedy, baks.

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  26. Guys maging happy nalang tayo for him. Kung hindi as a filipino as a person. Napaka nega ng ibang mga tao dito.

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    1. Maghanap sya kamo ng ibang mapagtatawanan.

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    2. 7:35 huh? Eh lahat naman ng comedian from personal experience ang material.

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    3. Nood sila ng ibang stand up comedians na nakakatawa and then tell us what should be the topic.
      Siguro boring ng mga to sa parties, yung mga nasa sulok lang at nakatingin lang pero nangungutya na pala.

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  27. Fan kami ng husband ko. Mas fan pa nga ang husband ko na foreigner. I don't find his jokes offensive. Ganoon naman mga comedian, galing sa personal experience yung mga jokes. You can see that he's really proud of being Pinoy. Hay napakarami talagang talangka! And totoo, mas gusto ko pa kaibiganin ang ibang lahi kesa sa mga kapwa Pinoy dito sa abroad dahil sa crab mentality ng ibang mga Pinoy.

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  28. ok lang naman mag joke siya about pinoys. kahit sino naman standup comic ganun ginagawa, pinagtatawanan lahi nila, parents, kamag anak, culture. dko lang nagustuhan sa knya yung minasama nya sinabi ni robi domingo, parang naoffend ek ek siya, e considering comedian siya tapos pikon sa maliit n bagay

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  29. tutuo pala marami kabayan sa states na sila pa hindi proud sa kapwa pinoy.. baka inggit lang yan at malayo narating niya o baka kasi di gets ang joke kasi mas magaling siya mag ingles sa kanila ha ha ha

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