Vice Ganda On Ex: “Hi, kumusta presinto?”
VICE GANDA – It’s Showtime host Vice Ganda broke his silence on the speculations that his “Kumusta presinto?” joke is for Gilas Pilipinas player Terrence Romeo.
Kapamilya comedian Vice Ganda and basketball player Terrence Romeo were linked to each other before. Based on a report, the basketball player denied that a romantic relationship sparked between the two of them.
Recently, on Tawag ng Tanghalan, a segment of the ABS-CBN noontime variety show It’s Showtime, Vice expressed that it is not true that ex-lovers are friends. His statement came after a contestant confessed of being friends with a former flame.
“Magkakilala lang kayo, ayos kayo, pero di kayo magkaibigan,” Vice Ganda expressed.
According to the report, Vice Ganda’s co-host Vhong Navarro made a request to the Unkabogable Star – “Kung may pagkakataon lang na mag-hi ka sa kanya, puwede bang mag-hi ka?” Vhong asked Vice.
Before he totally broke into laughter, the Kapamilya comedian expressed, “Hi. Kamusta presinto?”
The joke of Vice Ganda sparked speculations that he is referring to Terrence Romeo. Recently, according to a report, the Gilas Pilipinas player got involved in a brawl outside the bar, Guilly’s, in Tomas Morato, Quezon City.
Reportedly, Terrence was brought to Quezon City Police District Station 10 but was released after.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, Vice Ganda recently broke his silence on the speculations that he is referring to Terrence Romeo on his “Kumusta presinto?” joke. Speaking to the reporters, he revealed that it is not for the basketball player.
“”I’m sure gusto niyong marinig na para kay Terrence Romeo ‘yun pero hindi po, hindi ‘yun para sa kanya,” the comedian said.
According to Vice, he and his co-hosts were just joking around but he was not referring to anyone in his statement.
“It’s not pertaining to anyone so bahala na kayo mag-isip,” he said.
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