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Polo Ravales has no sympathy towards artists involved in video scandals

  • Polo Ravales blames his co-artists regarding their leaked video scandals
  • Polo assures that he will never be involved in any video scandal
  • The actor is open about naming artists that he knows who patronize illegal drugs because he thinks it’s ‘fair’
  • Polo says he is drug-free

The unending controversies of drug and video scandals involving celebrity personalities are the hot topic in showbiz today. Netizens have different reactions after PDEA revealed that there are 31 celebrities included in the drug watchlist. Video scandals of various celebrities are also being feasted upon by netizens who have mixed reactions.

But as for actor Polo Ravales, no one’s to be blamed but the celebrities themselves.

Sa akin, hindi nila ginusto yun na lumabas, pero kahit papaano, meron… Ginawa niyo yun, nag-video ka. Posible talagang lumalabas yun. Kapag nag video-ka, fifty percent , i-expect mo na lalabas,” Polo reasoned out in an interview with Cabinet Files, during the premiere of the movie ‘Portrait of My Love’ at Cinema 6 of SM North Edsa last night, April 2.

He was asked of the possibility that the victims of the leaked video scandals are just ‘too trusting’ and he answered quickly with, “Hindi ako naniniwala. Kahit nga sa mag-asawa, kapag naghiwalay, puwedeng gamitin ng video para makabawi. Para masira yung tao.

Polo stated that he has no sympathy for his co-artists since they’re responsible for their actions (for leaving traces and keeping something that can be used against them).

“No, wala akong sympathy sa kanila. None. You should be really responsible. Nag-video ka e.”

According to Polo, he is cocksure that he won’t get involved in any video scandal. “Wala akong ganoon, Kung meron, e, di sana lumabas na di ba? Maingat ako. Sa tingin niyo, kapag nagkaroon ako ng sex video, maraming manonood?”

In the question raised if he is in favor of naming his colleagues that are involved in the use of illegal drugs, Polo undoubtedly replied in the affirmative.

“For me, mas okay na pangalanan just to be fair. Kung politicians at pulis pinapangalanan, bakit hindi ang mga artista? Ako kasi, drug-free talaga ako. Kahit noong bata ako, hindi ako gumagamit ng illegal drugs.”

Personally, do you know of co-artists that patronize illegal drugs and have offered you?

Meron pero tinanggihan ko. Sabi ko, hindi ko kaya. Baka hindi kaya ng katawan ko. Kayo ba, may kilala sa 31 celebrities? Baka puwede niyo sabihin?” he asked, referring to the number of artists included in the drug watchlist of PDEA.


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