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“Bilog and Bunak” are the new viral video duo sensations after the “Pabebe girls”

ICYMI, there’s a new viral video in town featuring another duo that caught the attention of netizens.

After the “Pabebe Girls,” another viral video took social media by storm, prompting many to join the bandwagon and recreate the scene in the video.

The video features siblings “Bilog and Bunak.” Their bickering is relatable to anyone who has a brother or a sister who’s too mapang-bwisit and you just can’t help but be pikon. In the video, Bilog attempts to sing the Tagalog version of “Dance With My Father” while her brother’s silly antics irritate her, leading to a fight.


“Ipapasa ko ‘to sa Facebook. Bwisit ka!” said Bilog, which instantly went trending online.

“Dubsmash Queen” Maine Mendoza, the other half of TV love team AlDub, made a comeback after she posted her Dubsmash parody of the video.

Other celebrities also joined the hype by creating their own parodies.


Others got creative using a split-screen technique to recreate the video.

This one sounded like the “sinuntok ako ni Bunak” part got way too real:

Last Sunday, the two were featured in GMA Network’s Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho where their mom revealed that their father left them — hinting why Bilog was singing Dance With My Father and desperately wanted to put it up on Facebook.

In the end, the two reconciled and promised to understand and respect each other more.

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