- Vice Ganda admitted to saving now that there is a pandemic in the country
- He said that if before, he used to purchase clothes as a form of therapy and would take years for him to reuse clothes, the pandemic changed things drastically
- He no longer shops, he stopped online shopping, and he no longer makes rampa
- For the comedian, the only thing that is important for him today is his health and safety and that of those people he loves
Vice Ganda revealed some realizations amid the ongoing pandemic. The comedian admitted to a change in lifestyle, which may not have occurred had circumstances remained as they were.
During an interview with Push, the comedian admitted that among the things he eradicated from his normal lifestyle was shopping.
"Wa shopping. Walang shopping, walang online shopping, ‘Day. Kung may isa-shop man yung essentials. Pero yung splurge dati, naku walang ganun, ‘Day, wala," said the 44-year-old comedian.
"Wala ring rampa! Ang ginagawa ko ini-enjoy ko yung bahay ko, ini-enjoy ko yung kasama ko sa bahay. Dapat i-enjoy mo kung ano yung meron ka na ngayon. Kasi nga hindi naman siya (materyal na bagay) mahalaga, hindi sila mahalaga ngayon. Ang mahalaga ay safe ka, yung ganun," he added.
He also admitted reusing clothes nowadays, something which he hardly does before COVID-19.
In the end, Vice reflected on things that matter most in life, one of which is his health.
"Pokus tayo sa pera, pokus tayo sa fame, pokus tayo sa social media, pokus tayo sa ganyan. Pero sa pagkakataong ito, puwede mong bitawang lahat para lang pangalagaan mo yung kalusugan mo at yung buhay mo, kasi yon ang pinakamahalaga," said Vice.
Vice Ganda was among those who stop up for ABS-CBN. When the shut down of the network was carried out, Regine Velasquez expressed strong words over it. She said that after everything, they will come back better and brighter.
After this, Kim Chiu became viral because of her "Bawal Lumabas." The singer-actress also expressed sympathy towards the younger actress.
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