- Ate Gay got heavily bashed after posting that he will be deleting his Facebook friends who constantly complain about the government
- The comedian also said in that same post that the Philippines’ economic problems started in 1986
- A basher of Ate Gay then commented that Vice Ganda should not have paid Ate Gay’s medical bills when he got hospitalized
- According to Ate Gay, it was his sibling who paid his hospital bill and not Vice
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Ate Gay got into hot waters after posting on Facebook that he will be deleting his FB friends who constantly complain about the government.
He also said in that post that the Philippines’ economic problems started in 1986, which netizens understood as Ate Gay defending the Marcos regime and criticizing the EDSA Revolution that overthrew him.
One of Ate Gay’s bashers commented that Vice Ganda should not have paid Ate Gay’s medical bills when he got hospitalized.
The comedian then replied to the basher by clarifying that it was his sibling who paid his hospital bill and not Vice.
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“Kapatid ko po ang nagbayad ng ospital bill ko 600k.. wag naman nating idamay si vice dahil wala naman syang kinalaman dito,” Ate Gay tweeted.
In an interview with Ogie Diaz months ago, Ate Gay said that Vice helped him when he got hospitalized but did not specify exactly what kind of help he received.
"Pero nagpapasalamat ako dahil nakarating sa kanya na nasa ospital ako. At walang kaabog-abog na tutulong daw siya… Tumulong naman siya at tsaka ayun.
"Nagpapasalamat ako sa kabila ng mga nangyari sakin sa It's Showtime, naramdaman ko yung puso niya,” Ate Gay told Ogie.
Vice Ganda is a famous comedian, actor, endorser and host in the Philippines. He is best known for hosting “It’s Showtime” and for his commercially successful movies in the MMFF. The superstar is currently in a relationship with Ion Perez.
He went viral months ago during his live interview with his friend and former “It’s Showtime” co-host, Billy Crawford. The latter cried during the interview because he has to transfer from ABS-CBN to TV5 so that he can have more projects and provide for his family.
In one of his vlogs, Vice Ganda also touched hearts online when he opened up about his personal issues. The Kapamilya star admitted to feeling lonely and hopeless because of the ongoing pandemic, the ABS-CBN franchise crisis, and the sudden death of his best friend.