Eric Fructuoso Exposes Indecent Proposals from Gays: “Nakaka-Degrade!”

Eric Fructuoso Shares Alleged Indecent Proposals Received from Gays

ERIC FRUCTUOSO – Former matinee idol shares a degrading experience with gays after he allegedly received indecent proposals.

The actor acknowledged that he was shocked and upset by the offers he received on social media from netizens. According to reports, a gay openly invited him for (intimate moment) in exchange for money, and he received indecent approaches on a daily basis.

Eric Fructuoso Indecent Proposals

Eric addressed this while appearing as a guest on his friend Mark Herras’ YouTube vlog, where he admitted to receiving an offer from the fans but did not say so openly. Eric acknowledged that he had invitations from both gays and women.

“Ang dami, mapa-any gender. Ibig sabihin, hindi lalaki. Pero to that point na pati babae. As in. Alam mo yun, parang nakaka-hurt. Kasi parang wala ba namang respeto,” the actor said.

“Ano ba namang ilibre mo lang muna ako, i-date mo muna ako. Lahat sila ganu’n. Nakaka-degrade,” he added.

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Eric previously stated in an interview that he had a P1-million offer from a wealthy gay man when he was younger, but he declined. In fact, he told the gay man that if he wrote a P1 million check and threw stones at the person he was talking to, he would accept his offer.

Meanwhile, the actor was asked who of his prior lovers he had injured so deeply that he blamed them in one segment of the video. He stated that he does not want to name names since it may bring the entire world into disrepute.

“Kasama pangalan? Buong pangalan? Sabagay, kahit hindi buong pangalan, alam na, e,” ani Eric. “Hurt them emotionally, physically?” Mark suddenly laughed at the same time said “Grabe yung physically!”

“Sexually pala. Hindi pala physically. Actually, ako yung nasasaktan lagi, e. Kung emotionally, ah. Huwag ko nang banggitin pangalan baka magkagulo buong mundo,” he added.

Claudine Barretto, Toni Gonzaga, Ara Mina, Aubrey Miles, Joyce Jimenez, and Priscilla Almeda were among the female stars previously associated to the actor, according to Bandera’s article.

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