- Ate Gay recently shared an inspiring move he did after comedy bars like Klownz and Zirkoh declared its bankruptcy
- The comedian decided to put up a siomai business which he dubbed “Siomai-Himala”
- He said that because of Filipinos’ love for foods, he decided to start a food business
- Ate Gay himself mans the stall and tries to entertain his customers as well through singing
Ate Gay has turned into an entrepreneur after comedy bars like Klownz and Zirkoh announced its closure.
According to a report by 24 Oras’ showbiz segment “Chika Minute”, the comedian has put up a siomai business called “Siomai-Himala”.
Ate Gay said that because of Filipinos’ love for foods, he decided to start a food business.
"Ang hirap-hirap ng buhay ngayon pero ang mga Pinoy ang hilig-hilig sa pagkain," he said.
He mans the stall himself and tries to entertain his customers through singing.
Ate Gay furthermore gave some pieces of advice on how to keep spirits up amid the pandemic.
"Ang mapapayo ko lang sa kanila, aliwin natin ang ating mga sarili, aliwin natin sa pamamagitan kung ano mang talento meron tayo.”
"Kagaya niyan ang talento ko pagluluto sa ngayon. Malay niyo mas magaling kayong magluto."
Ate Gay is more popular for his impersonation of the “Superstar” Nora Aunor. He already appeared in several movies including “Jupit” and “Mamarazzi.”
Klownz and Zirkoh, where Ate Gay usually performs, have faced its permanent closure following owner Allan K.'s declaration of its bankruptcy caused by the pandemic.
Earlier, comedian Gladys Guevarra also put up her own business since her gigs in comedy bars also stopped. Gladys proudly shared on Facebook that she is now selling palitaw.
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