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Vice Ganda strongly denied that he tweeted against Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz

Unkabogable Star Vice Ganda was put on a hot seat just recently because of his alleged “patutsada” against A-list stars Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz who are now in the Kapuso network.

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Vice slammed the allegation that he posted the said tweet saying that stars who transferred to the other network have no future. In a recent Showbiz Update vlog of comedian-talent manager Ogie Diaz, who is a close friend of Vice, this was presumed to be a tweet from the official Twitter account of the latter.

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It is because the screenshot that a YouTube channel shared showed that the supposed Twitter account of Vice Ganda has a “blue check”. Ogie said that he asked his friend about this and the It’s Showtime host strongly denied that he posted this kind of tweet.

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screenshot of the alleged “deleted tweet” of Vice

Vice stressed that this is fake news and so Ogie said that the screenshot was also fake. “Sabi niya, ‘nahihiya tuloy ako kay Bea dahil kaibigan ko si Bea,’” Ogie shared what Vice said.

Right after the comedian-talent manager knew about this rumor, he immediately contacted Vice regarding this and sent him the screenshot. Ogie shared that when he first read the supposed “deleted tweet” of his friend, he thought someone like Vice would never say those words as he has been trying to avoid bad vibes.

After their conversation, Vice Ganda posted his two fierce tweets debunking the allegations that he said something against stars who transferred to the Kapuso network.

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