- Vice Ganda took to his social media account to air a public apology
- He said sorry to December Avenue over an incident in their recent show
- The band immediately replied to the statements of the comedian
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Kapamilya comedian Vice Ganda expressed his sincerest apologies to December Avenue because of what happened in their recent show.
KAMI learned that the actor and the said band performed in Camarines Sur and they had back-to-back song numbers.
Vice sang the hit song “Kung ‘Di Rin Lang Ikaw” during his time on stage without knowing that December Avenue would be performing next.
Because of this, the “Phenomenal Star” willingly and immediately asked for an apology through his social media account.
“I just had a show in CamSur. Super sorry sa December Avenue kasi nakanta ko sa sing-along part ng program ung kanta nila not knowing na sila ung kasunod ko,” he wrote.
“I apologize. My bad,” he added.
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In response, the said band stated that the multi-awarded comedian should not worry about the incident.
Its members, in fact, were enjoying how the former “Praybeyt Benjamin” star delivered his version of its breakthrough song.
“Keri lang mamshie! No need to apologize! We all enjoyed your set, super laughtrip ingat pauwi and see you soon!” December Avenue replied.
In a previous article by , Vice once again mentioned the name of Vic Sotto while hosting “it’s Showtime.”
Vice Ganda, or Jose Marie Viceral in real life, is a Filipino actor, endorser, and performer who is serving as one of the regular hosts of “It’s Showtime.” He also starred in several movies including "Sisterakas" and "Fantastica."
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