The pair have been asked to post bonds of 200,000 pesos each for a special work permit, ahead of two concerts in the Philippine capital this weekend.
Anti-Drugs Advocate Cherry Ching says her group is urging the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency to send officers to keep an eye on the band. Local immigration said the bond was intended "to protect public interest"
"We do not hate the band, we love them. I personally love them. It's just the drugs that we hate" -Cherry Ching/Laban ng Pamilyang Pilipino
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