- Ate Gay recently guested in a vlog by fellow comedian, Boobay, for the latter's YouTube channel
- In the video, Ate Gay recalled the hardships he had to face when he got sick with a rare skin condition
- According to Ate Gay, his illness was so severe that his family had to assist him in the hospital
- The comedian also revealed that during the time he was ill, he was not sure whether he will survive
Ate Gay recently appeared in comedian Boobay's vlog for his YouTube channel. In the vlog, the friends can be seen having their heart-to-heart in what seems to be a beach.
During their talk, Ate Gay opened up about the hardships and challenges he had to deal with it when he got ill and was subsequently diagnosed with a rare skin disorder called toxic epidermal necrolysis or TEN.
He also detailed the symptoms he experienced while was ill. Ate Gay explained, "Nagbabalat 'yung balat mo. Hindi mo kakayanin pag hindi ka malakas. Ang hirap ng pinagdaanan ko sa sakit na ito. Lahat, halos… hindi makatulog dahil baka mamaya diyan mawawala yung balat mo."
Ate Gay also shared that his family was of great help to him while he was sick. He admitted that his mother did not think he would survive his medical condition.
However, it seems like Ate Gay has a strong will to live. "Gusto kong mabuhay. Ang sarap mabuhay with a heart," the comedian opined.
As the comedian recalled his hardships, he could not help but cry as he candidly revealed that he himself was not sure whether or not he would have recovered from the disease.
Ate Gay shared that he truly appreciates the second life he was given and the lessons he learned from the experience.
You can watch the full video here:
Gil Morales, known professionally as Ate Gay, is a comedian, actor, impersonator, and singer from the Philippines. He is popularly known for impersonating legendary Filipino singer-actress Nora Aunor.
KAMI also reported that Ate Gay previously shared an important update on Instagram about his health condition. He revealed that he is finally healed from his severe battle with pneumonia. According to Ate Gay, he is grateful to God for saving him from his dangerous illness.
Ate Gay closed his siomai business, 'Siomai Himala,' which he established during the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). He previously revealed that he set up his siomai business when comedy bars were closed at the height of the pandemic. With lockdown restrictions slowly easing, gigs are also returning, thus, Ate Gay chose to close his siomai business.
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