- Xian Gaza recently shared on his Facebook account a childhood photo of himself
- He said the photo was taken when he was his son’s age
- In the caption, Xian also shared his son’s reaction to the picture
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- The businessman and influencer could not help but say “grabe siya” because of his child’s remarks
Xian Gaza is making the rounds on social media anew with his recent post on Facebook.
He published a photo of himself taken when he was still a kid.
In the caption, the businessman and influencer said he showed the said photo to his son.
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Xian likewise shared his son’s reaction to the throwback picture.
“Pinakita ko ngayon sa anak ko yung itsura ko when I was his age, super ugly ko daw. He is very lucky daw na hindi niya ko naging kamukha.”
“Grabe siya,” Xian added.
Xian Gaza is a social media influencer and entrepreneur. He is well-known for his lavish date proposals to celebrities. Xian trended online after asking BlackPink’s Jennie out for a date using billboards in the Philippines and Korea. He has also become well-known for spreading rumors about celebrities. Most of the celebrities he gossiped about denied his claims about them.
Xian recently got reunited with his son after five long years. The social media influencer took to his Facebook account to share the good news.The businessman uploaded a video showing a heart-touching moment during his and his child’s reunion. He also posted a photo of himself posing for a selfie with his adorable son.
Xian was recently asked by his son why he does not drive his own car if he’s rich. He then told his son that even if he does not drive his own car, he recently gave away two cars, he has five properties in the Philippines, and has multiple companies in different countries. The influencer also revealed to his child that he spends around $2000 to $3000 per month on ride-hailing services. Finally, he shared with his son the lesson of the story: do not equate having a car to being successful.