Chariz Solomon airs ‘positive’ effect of Ogie Alcasid’s decision to leave Bubble Gang

Chariz Solomon airs ‘positive’ effect of Ogie Alcasid’s decision to leave Bubble Gang

- Chariz Solomon opened up about the time when Ogie Alcasid left GMA-7

- She mentioned about the positive effect of the actor’s transfer

- Chariz stated that several celebrities became regular in “Bubble Gang”

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Kapuso comedienne Chariz Solomon did not hesitate to expose to public the good thing that happened after Ogie Alcasid transferred to ABS-CBN.

KAMI learned that the actor decided to leave GMA-7 and his comedy show titled “Bubble Gang” to sign a contract with the rival network just last year.

Several months after the much-talked-about transfer, Chariz and some other cast members of the said comedy program spoke up again about Ogie.

They expressed that the decision of the veteran singer to leave the show enabled other celebrities to become regular in “Bubble Gang.”

They also jokingly stated that they are thankful because the actor made the decision to transfer to the other network.

“Pero dati kasi guest lang ako for a month or two.

“Yun nga nung lumipat si Ogie doon naging regular member. Kasi palagi kaming regular guest.

“Yung TF (talent fee) ni Ogie, pinaghatian naming tatlo,” Chariz quipped in an interview with PEP.ph.

“Sa laki ng suweldo ni kuya Ogie, nakapasok po kami. Kuya Ogie maraming salamat po,” Betong Sumaya added.

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In a previous article by KAMI, Chariz gave a congratulatory message to Sheena Halili for getting engaged already.

Born on August 22, 1989, Chariz Solomon is a Filipina actress and television host who rose to fame after joining “StarStruck: The Next Level.” She also appeared in some drama series including “Impostora,” “Kailan Ba Tama ang Mali,” and “Yagit.”

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