Nagalit talaga! Vice Ganda’s recent post where he got really furious goes viral

Nagalit talaga! Vice Ganda’s recent post where he got really furious goes viral

- Vice Ganda recently posted a message that warns other people, especially his supporters

- He learned about another Facebook page that uses his name and photo to “scam” people

- The comedian got really furious because of what the said page announced to the public

- Vice even called its administrators as “evil” due to their actions amid the pandemic

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The recent post of Vice Ganda where he got really furious immediately became the subject of discussions in the online world.

KAMI learned that the said comedian knew about the existence of a Facebook page that uses his name and photos to make people believe that they will receive money.

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The controversial page stated that those who are affected by the pandemic will be given 5 thousand pesos but they need to click the like and follow buttons first.

The “Unkabogable Star” warned the public that the said page under his name is fake and is just designed to scam many people, especially his supporters.

He even called those who created the page as “evil” because of what they are up to in times of crisis.

“Mga manggagantso!!!! Mga demonyo!!! #SCAM,” Vice wrote.

In a previous article by KAMI, a basher of Vice made a social media post after receiving donations from the comedian.

Vice Ganda is a Filipino celebrity who is known for his witty jokes. He is one of the main hosts of the noontime show entitled “It’s Showtime.”

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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