- Sebastian Benedict Granfon Arumpac, better known as Baeby Baste, shared a heartfelt post about “Eat Bulaga”
- The child star uploaded several heartwarming photos showing his moments on the noontime show
- In the caption, Baste wrote some lines from “Ikaw Ang Aking Mahal” by VST & Company
- The 10-year-old boy likewise looked back at how the program became a significant part of his childhood
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Sebastian Benedict Granfon Arumpac, also known as Baeby Baste, took to social media and published an emotional post about “Eat Bulaga.”
KAMI learned that on his Instagram page, Baste shared several heartwarming photos from his memorable stint on the noontime program.
To recall, the child star became part of the show when he was three years old.
“Itanong mo sa akin, kung sino aking mahal. Itanong mo sa akin, sagot ko’y di magtatagal… EAT BULAGA lang ang aking mahal!!!” he captioned.
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Likewise, Baste expressed how the program became a significant part of his childhood.
“Lahat nagsimula, sa EAT BULAGA!!! Tres anyos na legit Bisaya nga bata, tinanggap ng EAT BULAGA! Aking tahanan, aking pasasalamatan, GENSAN nakilala di lang sa pambansang kamao, pati narin sa lokal na Baeby Baste sa entablado.. pangarap natupad, aming mga ngiti inyong hangad.”
Furthermore, the 10-year-old boy wrote a heartfelt message addressed to the well-loved show.
“Hanggang sa muli… EAT BULAGA!!! Daghang Salamat. Palangga tamo - gahapon, karon ug ugma [Thank you very much. Love you - yesterday, today and tomorrow].”
See his post below:
Baeby Baste or Sebastian Benedict was born in General Santos City on August 22, 2012. He broke through in showbiz after Ryzza Mae Dizon noticed him among the audience of the now-defunct talk show 'The Ryzza Mae Show'. The male child star the became a co-host on the GMA noontime variety program, “Eat Bulaga.”
Maine Mendoza also took to social media and shared a heartfelt post about “Eat Bulaga.” On her online page, Maine uploaded some photos taken at the show’s studio. Along with the photos, the TV host penned a message to Dabarkads and to the noontime program.
Meanwhile, Alden Richards shared a stirring photo of himself at the noontime program's studio. Ryan Agoncillo, one of the show's hosts, took the said photo of Alden. Along with the pic, Alden wrote a short but heartfelt caption.
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