Joey de Leon seems to have finally broken his silence on Vice Ganda’s joke about GMA stars transferring to ABS-CBN

Joey de Leon seems to have finally broken his silence on Vice Ganda’s joke about GMA stars transferring to ABS-CBN

- Vice Ganda made a controversial joke about GMA stars transferring to ABS-CBN

- Joey de Leon seemed to have finally responded to Vice’s joke

- Michael V agreed with Joey’s post

Kapuso comedian Joey de Leon appears to have finally reacted to Kapamilya star Vice Ganda’s joke regarding the GMA tagline “Where you belong.”

KAMI learned about Joey’s remarks from PEP.ph.

During the August 7 episode of “It’s Showtime,” Vice stated this controversial line: “Kung sinasabing 'GMA is where you belong,' bakit sila nagsisilipat?”

According to Joey, he and his “Eat Bulaga” only cares about the longevity of their show and not the network they belong to.

“We don't care where we belong. Ang iniintindi namin ay TO BE LONG! Or TO BE THE LONGEST!”

A former “Eat Bulaga” co-host, Michael V, reacted to Joey’s viral post.

“Sabi nga ng millenials... TOMOOO!”

Joey also posted about the upcoming 40th anniversary of the show, which started in RPN-9, transferred to ABS-CBN, and then moved to GMA Network.

May hirit ding tweet si Joey na: “Wala pa pala kaming kabuhay-buhay nung lagay na yun dahil LIFE BEGINS AT 40!”

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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