Vice Ganda did well what other TV hosts or even popular idols failed to do.
In his top rating show, Gandang Gabi Vice , he had Kisses Delavin and Maymay Entrata as main guests.
Since these two young artists’ days at the PBB House, they developed good friendship and sisterhood that even at the outside world and them being successful in their individual careers, nothing breaks that tie.
But their fans and supporters are selfish. Some of them want to break and put trouble to their relationship and wish them to be foes.
When one group bashes, the other one responds and so on.
And since Vice had similar experience within his own groups of supporters, he did what he thought could give light to these young stars’ supporters.
He made an appeal to these young people whom he called “feeling too entitled,” not to be too knowledgeable on their idols’ whereabouts and even on their private lives. Aptly he said, “You should put a boundary to your being supporters. If you love them, you won’t give them any reason not to befriend you or also love you back.”
“Don’t feel too entitled because you exert money and effort to supporting us in general. It should be a two-way thing. The social media is already full of trolls, don’t be with them. Set a difference and live to the core of real adulation and patronage,” adds Vice Ganda, as he calls some representatives of these fan clubs.
To which both Maymay and Kisses end, “Let’s live a happier life. We are true friends in the real sense of the word. If you can’t agree on things that we do, just let them pass. At the end of the day, we vow not to get affected by those ugly bashing and name-calling. And we wish, sana the day won’t come when we choose our friendship over those who want us to be enemies. And to those who understand us and continue to love us, we thank you and we promise to always be with you.”
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How true that the famous doctor of celebrities when it comes to beauty enhancement and being sexy, that is Dr. Vicky Belo is into “loyalty check” nowadays?
Since the controversy on the reported no BFAD permits to some of Belo’s beauty products, particularly in that branch in the South, rumors are spreading that Dra. Belo wants to see how her showbiz friends would support her.
According to our “ambusher” source, the famous doctor now monitors the showbiz artists and celebrities who either act as her endorsers or regular Belo baby/patron.
Said our source, “Ang chika, lagi itong nanunuod ng mga live shows. May mga regular kasi siyang on board clients/endorsers na dapat ay ina-acknowledge siya o kahit mention lang ng name niya. At sa gitna ng controversy ngayon na lagi siyang nasa news na hindi maganda. She is checking kung consistent pa rin sa pagsuporta at pagpapalutang na bonggang bongga pa rin at Belo pa rin ang beauty doctor ng mga stars.”
Hmmm...would this answer some loyal ABS-CBN live shows’ viewers if Dra. Belo is an advertiser of those shows or simply too popular among celebrities as most of them seem to be obliging themselves to “acknowledge” her?
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I’m thanking Dr. Jerome Laceda, President of Marikina Doctors Hospital and Medical Center and my internist, for being too attentive and nice during my three nights and two days confinement at the hospital due to bronchitis, acid reflux and over fatigue. My son Neeyong was also admitted in the same hospital (but on longer dates) due to pneumonia. His attending physician-pedia Dra. Rosario Manuel Lu is likewise very accommodating and nice to my son. All of its staff members, nurses or resident doctors and even their technical people treated us like king and prince. But don’t get us wrong, we are a paying customer though our health cards and my Philhealth membership made our bills very affordable. It’s the way we were treated and taken care of, that we wish to thank Dr. Laceda and company! Ciao!
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