Like what McCoy de Leon said in the caption of a snap with his group the Hashtags on his Instagram post, they are indeed a “growing family”.
The Hashtags debuted on It’s Showtime last November 2015. Since then, the brotherhood has become stronger and more solid. Let’s know more about your favorite all-boys ‘kilig’ ambassadors.
In an episode of Magandang Buhay, the Hashtags revealed some facts we might not know about them. Ronnie Alonte was named the ultimate crush among girl fans. He was also revealed as the slowest to get dressed among them. Hashtag Jon Lucas was pointed as the “mama’s boy” because his deceased mother calls him “baby boy”, which he proudly admitted. He was also exposed as the one who eats the least vegetables in the group.
Meanwhile, the momshies asked Hashtag Vitto Marquez what comes to his mind when he hears their group’s name. He said that when you say “Hashtags”, they are a brotherhood which is composed of gentlemen who are known as the ‘kilig’ ambassadors.
In their guesting on Gandang Gabi Vice, the Hashtags shared the choice hashtag to describe themselves. Jameson Blake said he’s the #QuietGuy because he is more of a listener when it comes to conversations. Paulo Angeles said he’s the #ShelteredBoy. Their leader Zeus Collins said he is the #SayawKing. Tom Doromal said he’s the #BukidPrince based on his nickname while he was still at the PBB house, while Nikko Natividad then said he’s #GandangLalake because it’s the title he won in the Its Showtime’s segment Gandang Lalake. Star Magic artist Jon Lucas said he’s the #GoodBoy and Pinoy Big Brother 737 teen winner Jimboy Martin says he’s the #AstigRapper in their group. Luke Conde said he is #Artist because of being a graphic artist, while Ronnie says he’s the #BasketballHottie and McCoy called himself the #SwabengAktor.
Being with each other most of the time, no wonder these boys’ bond continues to grow tighter as time goes by.
View snaps of their off-cam kulitan in this gallery.