- Vice Ganda had a heartbreaking statement on “It’s Showtime”
- He revealed what he wants to give his father who already passed away
- The actor stated that gift would have prevented the death of his father
Kapamilya actor Vice Ganda broke the hearts of many netizens after he disclosed the thing that he wants to give as a gift to his father who is already in heaven.
KAMI learned that this viral moment happened during the latest episode of “It’s Showtime,” a noontime program in ABS-CBN.
Vice and Vhong Navarro where interviewing a daily contestant, who is the son of the late singer Rico J. Puno, about the good traits of his father.
The comedian then asked the son of Rico J. about the material gift that he wants to give to his dad, to which he responded by saying “microphone.”
The conversation continued and the “Unkabogable Star’ was also asked the same question about the thing that he desires to hand over to his father.
Vice stated that he should have given his father a bullet-proof vest so that he could survive the gunshot that he acquired which caused his death.
“Diba yun ang ikinamatay niya? Nabaril siya. So kung binigyan ko sana siya ng bullet proof, baka hindi sana siya namatay…” the actor quipped.
“Lahat naman tayo ang wish natin sana humaba pa ang buhay ng mga tatay natin. Kung hindi ko naman mababago yun at babarilin talaga siya… sana niregaluhan ko na lang siya ng bullet proof para noong binaril siya, hindi siya tinamaan sa loob,” he added.
Watch the video below:
In a previous article by KAMI, the reaction of Vice when Ion Perez was urged to approach Binibining Pilipinas candidates went viral.
Vice Ganda is a Filipino actor and comedian whose real name is Jose Marie Viceral. He was discovered in various comedy bars in Manila and he was tapped to star in several blockbuster movies including “Petrang Kabayo.”
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