This is what Vice Ganda revealed about his relationship now with Ate Gay following the issues.
VICE GANDA – TV host-comedian Vice Ganda has revelations about the alleged conflict between him and comedian Ate Gay.
Last 2021, based on a previous article, comedian Ate Gay opened up about “Unkabogable” comedian Vice Ganda’s financial help when he got hospitalized. He was thankful for the superstar who did not hesitate to stretch his help at the time he needed help the most.
He was diagnosed with toxic epidermal necrolysis which caused his lip and some parts of his body to appear scaly. He also developed pneumonia and diabetes. There were rumors before about Vice paying the Php 600,000.00 hospital bill of Ate Gay but according to him, there is no truth to this rumor.
Accordingly, it was his sibling who paid the bill and added the breakdown of the financial help his celebrity friends have sent to him during that time. And in his post, he revealed that Vice gave him Php 20,000.00 as help.
And just recently, it seemed like the two of them have already patched things up. Ate Gay shared a photo of him with the Kapamilya superstar. The photo was taken during the concert of Beks Battalion called Beks 2 Beks 2 Beks. They were backstage and Ate Gay was among the special guest performers.
Speaking about this, Vice expressed amusement and confusion at the reports stating that they have reconciled because in the first place, as per him, they did not have a conflict or misunderstanding.
The superstar said, “Actually, nakakatawa yung ‘nagkaayos’ kasi hindi naman kami nag-away nun. Kaya yung mga headlines na ‘nagkaayos si Ate Gay at si Vice Ganda,’ hindi naman kami nag-away to begin with.”
Meanwhile, in the same interview, Vice said that having Jhong Hilario and Anne Curtis in Its Showtime again has put lesser stress and pressure. To recall, Hilario and Curtis temporarily left the show for their babies.
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