Margielyn Didal on Her Thrasher Skate Clip: “I’m a Proud Bisaya”
A skate video commences with Filipino professional skateboarder and Olympian Margielyn "Arda" Didal providing mind-boggling maneuvers in the street of LA wearing the new Thrasher Roja logo skate shirt.
Once featured in the only skate bible in the world, you have already made it as one of the top-seeded skateboarders that ever existed on the planet.
Didal's striking ability showed no sign of fatigue as she blazed to an emphatic victory spearheading a non-stop work ethic in the streets, promoting the Thrasher collaboration with illustrator and designer Robin Eisenberg.
The song she used on her new Thrasher skate clip was from Cookie$, a rapper from her hometown who flamboyantly developed an increasing sense of self-awareness, making an impact that you should also embrace your true self. The 23-year-old says that "I'm a Proud Bisaya."
Didal posted. "If you guys wonder why I choose this music "Bisdako" by Cookie$, it means I'm a Big Bisaya; Bisaya is my main dialect that we speak in the Visayas, including my hometown Queen City of the South "Cebu." I'm proud, Bisaya."