- Ate Gay has closed her siomai business, 'Siomai Himala,' which she established during the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ)
- She previously revealed that she set up her siomai business when comedy bars were closed at the height of the pandemic
- With lockdown restrictions slowly easing, gigs are aslo returning, thus, Ate Gay chose to close her siomai business
- She said, if she would be off to work, nobody would be watching her store and no one also would buy if she is not around
Ate Gay, is one of the comediennes who turned to sell stuff at the height of the pandemic when comedy bars were closed.
She opened a siomai stall, "Siomai Himala" and offered delectable siomai to her customers.
GMA News reported that during a press conference, Ate Gay stated that she could not do anything during the pandemic because comedy bars were closed.
Now, she said that work is slowly returning, so she had to close her business stall as no one would be manning it when she's at work. ABS-CBN News stated that she felt the need to close in less than a year.
"Ngayon nung medyo okay-okay na ang trabaho, isinara ko na. E, kasi walang nagbabantay. Pag wala ako dun, walang bumibili, e!"
"Kasi 'yung mga bumibili dun, nagpapa-picture kasi nga ang ganda ng appearance ko sa 24 Oras," the comedienne said happily.
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Gil Morales, known as Ate Gay was born on August 12, 1971. He is a Filipino actor, comedian, impersonator and singer. He used to work at comedy bars before the pandemic.
Ate Gay recently called out GMA network due to some shows that haven’t paid his talent fee. He took to Twitter to reveal the names of the Kapuso shows that delayed his TF. Because of his tweet, one of the shows he named immediately paid him. Ate Gay is one of the comedians who got affected by the closure of comedy bars like Klownz and Zirkoh.
There were also other artists, like Gladys Guevarra, who put their skills in making Filipino delicacies to good use during the pandemic. A decent income from selling food will go a long way. Another artist who also turned to online selling is Gloc-9.
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