10 Times Juana Change Took Cosplaying To The Next Level

10 Times Juana Change Took Cosplaying To The Next Level

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Ever since she graced Independence Day 2020 dressed up as the widely criticized NCRPO Chief Debold Sinas Juana Change (a moniker of Mae Paner) has since garnered many fans. While her costumes receive mixed reception, it cannot be denied that Juana Change’s way to channel activism is out of the box.

But ICYDK, this is not Juana Change’s first time in the spotlight. She is a known actress and theatre performer with appearances in various commercials, movies, and TV shows. Juana is noted to have roles and cameos in movies like “Crying Ladies”, “Si Chedeng at si Apple”, and “Juana C. the Movie” as well as TV shows namely “Ang Probinsyano”, “Dear Uge”, and “Tadhana”.

Additionally, the activist once said, “When I die, I want to be known as a ‘creative patriot'”. After seeing these photos, can you say that she is heading towards that goal?

1. Juana Change as Harry Roque

ICYMI, Juana Change recently graced the #SONAgkaisa protest sporting Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque’s dolphin park visit during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Roque received flak for allegedly violating quarantine protocols such as not wearing face mask and disobeying the social distancing measure as shown in the photos that circulated eventually.

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