- Vice Ganda shared his experiences when he left home during Christmas
- “It’s Showtime” host thought spending the holidays with friends was more fun
- “The Revenger Squad” actor admitted that he regretted running away from home
Christmas is just around the corner and most conversations on TV programs are centered on the holiday theme. Just like on the hit noontime television program, “It’s Showtime,” Vice Ganda talked about his own personal experiences during Christmas, KAMI observed.
During the “Tawag ng Tanghalan” (TNT) segment of the show, Vice shared his experiences when he left their home during Christmas. The 41-year-old Kapamilya star admitted that he tried spending Christmas at his friends’ houses.
“Natry ko yan eh,” Vice shared. “Nagcelebrate ako ng Pasko sa bahay ng pamilya ng mga kaibigan ko and I thought it was fun kasi marami silang handa , di ba may gift-giving…”
“Pero habang kumakain kayo, darating kayo sa oras na maaalala mo ang mga kapatid mo at pamilya mo, at gugustuhin mong umiwi na lang,” he added. “Ang baduy na at lagi na nating naririnig pero totoo pa rin yun — ‘There’s no place like home.’”
Vice then asked the “TNT” contestant if he has a girlfriend. When the participant said none, “The Revenger Squad” actor said that despite the breakup, his family is still there for him.
“Kita mo, naghiwalay kayo ng girlfriend mo, pero yung pamilya mo, kayo pa din di ba? Because you will forever stay with your family,” Vice said.
Fellow co-host Vhong Navarro also told the contestant to never run away from home again. Vice, on the other hand, admitted that he also experienced running away from home but stressed that he really regretted his decision.
“Naglayas ako no,” Vice added. “Pinagsisihan ko talaga yun no. Maling-mali!”
“Nung naglayas kasi ako, di ko lang sinasaktan ang sarili ko, sinasaktan ko pa yung nanay ko, diba?” he continued. “ Yun ang hindi ko kayang tanggapin. Yung nasaktan ko na sarili ko, nasaktan ko pa yung nanay ko.”
During the time when he left home, Vice also revealed that the mother of one of his friends told him to talk to his own mom. Vice also reminded the madlang people that while it is understandable that those who run away from home have their own reasons, it is still important to be wise and be responsible.
Meanwhile, Vice is set to appear in the upcoming MMFF 2017 movie, “Gandarrapiddo: The Revenger Squad.” The film was helmed by Bb. Joyce Bernal and will also feature Daniel Padilla, Pia Wurtzbach and Karla Estrada, among many others.
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