Luis Manzano, Piolo Pascual gay video not true, says actor

Luis Manzano, Piolo Pascual gay video not true, says actor

- Luis Manzano called people who still believe on his alleged gay sex video with Piolo Pascual “fools”

- Luis filmed a video for his fans and followers last month where Piolo appeared and took his shirt off

- Some people found the video “scandalous” and “offensive”

Actor and host Luis Manzano posted on Twitter another vile remark on the undying alleged gay video of him and fellow actor Piolo Pascual.

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Luis Manzano, Piolo Pascual gay video not true, says actor

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In Twitter, he said, “Like what I said, bobo lang ang naniniwala sa ganun na basta basta naniniwala sa mga nababasa online :)” as a reply to a comment of a fan backing the actors’ previous claim that the gay video is not true and harmless.

Last month, an alleged gay video of the two went viral that roused speculations on the real relationship status of the two. Luis toyed with Facebook Live filming for his fans. Actor Piolo Pascual appeared in the video and, at one point, took his shirt off while Luis talked to his fans and followers.

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Oblivious on how Facebook Live works, Piolo reportedly regretted his actions. "I learned my lesson. I guess I was too uncensored kasi he did it sa dressing room namin. Okay lang, charge it to experience. Iyong mga ganoon, when it gets uploaded, hindi mo na maaalis sa YouTube," he said.

Some people found the video “scandalous” and “offensive”. The original 26-minute clip has since been taken down, but malicious netizens are quick to capture the video and re-post it in different Facebook groups.

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Watch the controversial video below.

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