- Wacky Kiray served as a guest on the recent episode of the noontime show “It’s Showtime”
- He was asked by Vice Ganda about his business – a restaurant that served Ilocano dishes
- The “I Can See Your Voice” cast member then admitted that the restaurant closed down already
- According to Wacky, the daily cost of operation was higher than the profit that it was getting
Wacky Kiray is one of the celebrities in the Philippines who is heavily affected by the novel coronavirus disease pandemic.
KAMI learned that aside from not having much shows to appear in, the comedian also decided to close down his restaurant due to bankruptcy.
He made the sad confession when he recently guested on the noontime show entitled “It’s Showtime.”
The topic was brought up when Vice Ganda asked about the food business of the “I Can See Your Voice” cast member.
Wacky then revealed that he permanently closed his restaurant already because the cost of its daily operation was higher than the profit that it was getting.
He also mentioned that his restaurant was serving Ilocano dishes such as Bagnet na Sinigang, Pinakbet, and Kare-kare.
“Lahat ng luto ng mga Ilocano… Pero wala na talaga. Lugi na eh,” the comedian quipped.
“YouTube na lang ginagawa ko ngayon. Ang dami ko nang followers. 2 thousand…” he hilariously added.
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Wacky Kiray, or Ricardo Balarosa in real life, is an acclaimed comedian in the Philippines. He already became a part of many movies including “Gandarrapiddo: The Revenger Squad.”
Several months ago, he proved that he is one of the most hardworking celebrities in the country. He gave his fans an epic tour of his 4-story house.
Karla Estrada also jokingly told the said showbiz personality that he is “papansin.” It happened in one of the episodes of “I Can See Your Voice.”
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