Ina ni Ate Gay, pumanaw na: "Lagi kita kasama sa performance ko nanay ko"

Ina ni Ate Gay, pumanaw na: "Lagi kita kasama sa performance ko nanay ko"

- The mother of Ate Gay has passed away and the comedian took to Facebook to mourn

- He said that his mom was always with him when he would be performing

- Ate Gay also recalled that his mother would always change the frequency whenever he would listen to it

- The comedian lamented that with his mother gone, no one would change the radio frequency

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Ate Gay took to Instagram and with deep sadness shared that his mother has already passed away.

Ina ni Ate Gay, pumanaw na: "Lagi kita kasama sa performance ko nanay ko"
Photo: Ate Gay (@ategay08)
Source: Instagram

He gave a short quick caption that encompasses the role that his mother plays in his life.

"Lagi kita kasama sa performance ko nanay ko," Ate Gay said, noting that his mother would always be with him during shows.

He shared one notable thing that his mother would do.

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"Pag nakikinig ako ng radyo nililipat ng nanay ko. Ngayon wala ng maglilipat..mahal na mahal kita nanay ko," he said.

The comedian added three black heart emojis as a symbol of his mourning.

Some celebs condoled with Ate Gay.

Hero Angeles said, "Condolences po... Stay strong Ate Gay."

Arnold Clavio and Allan K also condoled with the comedian.

Ate Gay is more popular for his impersonation of the “Superstar” Nora Aunor. He already appeared in several movies including “Jupit” and “Mamarazzi.”

Ate Gay recently shared an inspiring move he did after comedy bars like Klownz and Zirkoh declared bankruptcy. The comedian decided to put up a siomai business which he dubbed “Siomai-Himala.” He said that because of Filipinos’ love for foods, he decided to start a food business. Ate Gay himself mans the stall and tries to entertain his customers as well through singing.

Ate Gay recently guested in a vlog by fellow comedian, Boobay, for the latter's YouTube channel. In the video, Ate Gay recalled the hardships he had to face when he got sick with a rare skin condition. According to Ate Gay, his illness was so severe that his family had to assist him in the hospital. The comedian also revealed that during the time he was ill, he was not sure whether he will survive.


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