- Jhong Hilario and Vice Ganda got really exhausted because of the recent happenings on “It’s Showtime”
- The comedian chased his co-host who collaborated with Vhong Navarro in making fun of him
- Jhong tried to run as fast as he could to avoid being punished because of what he did
- The “Unkabogable Star” then noticed that the pants of his co-host got ripped after running
Jhong Hilario and Vice Ganda were involved in another hilarious moment that recently happened on “It’s Showtime.”
KAMI learned that the actor’s pants suddenly got ripped while he was hosting the said noontime program.
It all began when the popular comedian repeatedly teased the former “Ang Probinsyano” antagonist about his actions.
Jhong, in response, suddenly collaborated with Vhong Navarro in taking revenge. They once again carried Vice using their arms.
Because of that, the “Phenomenal Box Office Star” started chasing his co-hosts and they even reached the other side of the studio.
Jhong crawled as fast as he could on the audience area because the comedian was determined to punish him for what he did.
As the funny moment continued, Vice noticed that the pants of the prominent actor got ripped after trying his best to run away from him.
“Ay nasira! Nabutas yung pantalon! Nabutas yung pantalon niya,” the comedian uttered.
“Hindi kinaya! Hindi kinaya si ‘Tubidoom Pak Pak,’” Jhong responded.
Watch the video below:
In a previous article by KAMI, Jhong suddenly hid after little Yorme quipped that his councilor “lolo” has a lot of money.
Jhong Hilario is a veteran and well-acclaimed actor in the Philippines. He served as the main antagonist in the top-rating teleserye entitled “Ang Probinsyano.”
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