- Ion Perez was chosen as the MVP of the Star Magic All-Star Games 2023
- He was part of the "It's Showtime" team, which played against the "Dream Team"
- Vice took to IG and was very proud of his love
- Many netizens congratulated both Ion and Meme Vice for the award
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Ion Perez, the partner of Vice Ganda, was awarded as the MVP for the Star Magic All-Star Games 2023.
The love of Vice Ganda was part of the team "It's Showtime," which played against the "Dream Team," which was led by Daniel Padilla.
Meme Vice was so proud of Ion that he took to IG Stories and shared clips of Ion, having the MVP medal around his neck.
Aside from being the MVP, Ion also earned the Mythical 5 citation.
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Ion's team won with a score of 80-77 against the Dream Team.
He led the team with a whopping 25 points, three assists and seven rebounds.
Meanwhile, the other team was led by Daniel, who got 24 points for his team.
Many netizens congratulated Meme Vice and Ion for their accomplishments during the exciting game.
Vice Ganda is a famous comedian, actor, endorser, and host in the Philippines. He is best known for hosting “It’s Showtime” and for his commercially successful movies in the MMFF. The superstar is currently in a relationship with Ion Perez. He and Ion got their Certificate of Commitment in a special ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada on Oct. 19, 2021.
An old classmate of Vice Ganda in college has apologized in front of the madlang people for bullying him. According to Teddy Amor, they would always tease and bully Vice. He also revealed that Vice is always among the top three students in their class. Teddy said that at that time, he was trying to court a friend of Vice, but the latter didn't like him, which was why they bullied him.
Ryan Bang, whose Korean parents are in South Korea, celebrated Mother’s Day with his second mommy, Vice Ganda. They celebrated the day by watching the UAAP volleyball finals match at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay. The De La Salle Lady Spikers defeated the National University Lady Bulldogs to win the title . Ryan also expressed how much he loves his “mommy” and promised that he will stay with him forever.
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