- Vice Ganda, during a segment of It's Showtime, asked about what could possibly be the feelings of the children of "corrupt officials"
- He asked this after a Reinanay contestant gave her answer to the question as to whether she would allow her son or daughter to date a corrupt official
- Karylle likewise seconded the question by asking, "Paano sila nabubuhay?"
- The comedian further made an illustration, and asked how one would be able to answer his child who would ask his or her parent if his grandfather is corrupt
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Vice Ganda, in one of the episodes of Reina ng Tahanan in It's Showtime, asked a frank question on what the children of corrupt officials feel.
This question from Vice came out during a segment of "Reina ng Tahanan" where one of the contestants, Ellen Baccay, was asked whether she would allow her daughter or son to date a corrupt official.
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Ellen said, "Sa abot ng aking makakaya, kung talagang corrupt yung government official na yon, babawalan ko siya."
She added that she does not want that what her child would be feeding his or her own child would be from corruption.
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"Yun ang iniisip ko, ano kaya ang nararamdaman nung mga anak ng mga corrupt officials?"
"Paano mo ire-revise yon? At tsaka paano kunyari kung naging nanay ka na tapos tatay mo corrupt. Paano kapag tinanong ng anak mo sa yo na ‘corrupt ba yung lolo ko?’ Paano mo sasabihin sa anak mo na ‘oo corrupt yung lolo mo,'" said Vice.
Vice Ganda is a Filipino comedian. He is known in real life as Jose Marie Viceral. He is also an endorser and a TV host.
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