Bianca Gonzalez answers who’s the better lover, basketball player or artist: “Can’t compare”
- Bianca Gonzalez revealed her intimate side when she answered the question as to who is the better lover, the basketball star or the artist
- The TV host gamely answered the question post by G3 San Diego in a recent interview with Bianca and her husband, JC Intal
- After answering a series of regular questions like their time together before marriage, motherhood, work, and many more, G3 asked a naughty question about who is the better lover
- The TV host was speechless at the start but eventually provided an answer
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Bianca Gonzalez was asked a rather naughty question in an interview with G3 San Diego as to whom she thinks is the better lover, the basketball player or the artist?
Before any dirty thoughts come to the mind of anyone, G3 is actually referring to one and the same person, JC Intal, who is both a basketball player and now an artist.
JC, who played basketball for more than 20 years, with 13 years of that spent as a pro cager, announced his retirement as a player.
He has gone full time with his childhood passion, which is painting. JC was with Bianca during the interview with G3.
When asked about intimate details about their relationship, G3 naughtily asked Bianca who is the better lover.
“Is making love better with a basketball player or with an artist? Kasi both are prolific lovers, ‘di ba? Kasi ‘di ba if you’re a basketball player parang ‘ay he must be so good with the ball and with an artist also?” G3 asked.
Bianca blushed at the question but G3 pressed on, saying that she’s just curious if JC delivers the same passion during their intimate moments in the same manner he plays basketball or when making an artwork.
Finally, the TV host relented and answered her question. “No. I can’t compare because it’s the same person. I honestly have never thought about it that way na I’m making love with a basketball player or an artist. Never,” the TV host explained.
She added, however, that what she can say about her husband is he is passionate whether as a husband and as a father in the same manner as he is as an artist or basketball player.
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Bianca Monica Malasmas Gonzalez, or simply Bianca Gonzalez, is a Filipino television host and model. She was born on March 11, 1983 and started her hosting career at GameChannel Extreme with Iya Villania, Chase Tinio and Aaron Mempin. Her career was boosted after an invitation to join Pinoy Big Brother: Celebrity Edition where she landed at 3rd place garnering 245,594 votes or 19% of the total votes and got major breaks afterwards. Aside from hosting Y Speak, she also landed a hosting job for Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition UpLate and as the resident campus VJ for Pinoy Dream Academy's Update and UpLate shows. She is married to PBA cager J.C. Intal.
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About two months ago, Bianca was a special guest on the ABS-CBN show, “Magandang Buhay,” where she admitted to feeling insecure at times due to being a morena. She noticed that she had darker skin, knees and scars compared to her schoolmates as she was growing up. Fortunately, Bianca said she has learned to love and accept herself despite her insecurities.
Recently, Bianca held the banner up high of brown or dark-skinned individuals. She uploaded a photo of her at 17 on social media and captioned it with words that defended dark-skinned people. She said that at no time dark-skinned individuals should be ashamed of the color of their skin. The TV host and model also said that having brown or dark skin is not a disadvantage. Bianca said her message is intended for her and many other dark-skinned girls and boys reading her post.
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