- Vice Ganda once again mentioned the hit TV series “Ang Probinsyano”
- He exposed what he thinks is the reason why Cardo Dalisay is still alive
- The hilarious theory of the comedian is connected to veteran actress Susan Roces
Kapamilya comedian Vice Ganda once again drew laughter from the studio audience and netizens after exposing a funny reason why Coco Martin seems to be immortal in “Ang Probinsyano.”
KAMI learned that the death of the actor’s character has consistently become a much-talked-about topic on social media since Cardo Dalisay has already faced a lot of opponents.
Some people even created memes about the challenges that the character has faced for three years of airing on television but he still cannot die.
Because of this, Vice expressed through the noontime show, “It’s Showtime” that the reason for Cardo’s immunity is related to Susan Roces.
He stated that the veteran actress, who is the grandmother of Coco in the teleserye, also serves as the endorser of a medicine brand.
For this reason, the Unkabogable star believed that Susan knows how to treat Coco’s problems especially his wound in the said drama series.
“Yun ang dahilan kung bakit si Cardo ay hindi namamatay sa Probinsyano. Close siya kay Susan Roces na alam lahat ng gamot,” the comedian joked.
“Kahit anong karamdaman niya, ‘Wag mahihiyang magtanong,’” he added.
Here is the funny video:
In a previous article by KAMI, the actor’s epic reaction was caught on cam while Anne Curtis was singing her version of “Perfect.”
Vice Ganda is a Filipino celebrity who started as a stand-up comedian in gay bars. After being discovered as a talent in showbiz, he already starred in high-grossing films including Praybeyt Benjamin and Sisterakas.
POPULAR: Read more news about Vice Ganda!
Enjoyed reading our story? Download KAMI's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Filipino news!
Social Experiment: Do Filipinos Help People Based On Looks? A man is walking on crutches and suddenly he is falling down! The first instinct is to help him. Right? Turns out, not always. – on HumanMeter!