BINI gets mobbed by fans during motorcade in Antipolo


“Grabeng pagmamahal ‘to, Blooms!”

A recent video showing P-pop girl group BINI getting across a large flock of fans is currently circulating on social media platforms.

A wave of BINI supporters, fondly known as Blooms, welcomed the P-pop girl band, during their visit to Antipolo for the city’s “26th Cityhood Anniversary: ANIMEzing Antipolo” event held last Saturday, April 6.

In a live video streamed by the Antipolo mayor’s executive assistant, the members were among the participants of the ceremony’s motorcade of decorative floats where they were seen riding a blue and white truck.

The viral clip was shared by a fan on X which garnered over 9,000 likes and exceed 900,000 views on the platform.

“BINI SIKAT IS REAL GUYSSS,” the uploader captioned.

“Nagkaroon ng prusisyon. The power of these gurls!! ??,” a fan reacted to the video.

“BINI IN THEIR SANTO ERA,” a user jokingly remarked.

BINI members were also quick to react to the widely spread video showing the warm support of their fans.

BINI is set to hold its first-ever solo concert “BINIverse” at the New Frontier Theater on June 28, 2024. The concert was previously extended to two days due to fans’ demand, with the first-day tickets selling out in less than two hours.

Dubbed as “Nation’s Girl Group”, BINI is composed of members namely  AiahColetMaloiGwenStaceyMikhaSheena, and Jhoanna.

The octet, who made their debut in 2020, is known for their hit pop songs such as “Pantropiko”, “Karera”, and “Na Na Na”. 

BINI reached new milestones this year with their music videos for “Pantropiko” having nearly five million views, and latest single  “Salamin, Salamin” garnering over one million views on Youtube. 

Patricia Dela Roca
Patricia Dela Roca
Patricia Dela Roca is a content producer with nerdy tendencies. She tends to lose herself in writing, films, fictional novels, video games, and in her Kpop bias' eyes.