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Betong Sumaya continues journey as a Kapuso; spreading good vibes with every project

Betong expressed how grateful he is to the Network for continuously trusting him with significant projects, “Sobrang honored pati sobrang blessed. Minsan iniisip ko ano ba ang nagawa ko para pagkatiwalaan nila, ‘yung maka-trabaho ang pinaka-iniidolo ko na mga artista, ‘yung craft to make people happy sa Bubble Gang. Every time may nagsasabi na kahit papaano na-ibsan ko ‘yung kalungkutan nila, nakaka-uplift ng spirit.”

Multitalented Kapuso comedian, TV host, and performer Betong Sumaya received another blessing in his career as he renewed ties with GMA Artist Center last Thursday, October 31.

Present in the contract signing were Senior Vice President for Entertainment Group Lilybeth G. Rasonable and GMA Artist Center Assistant Vice President and Head for Talent Imaging and Marketing Unit Simoun S. Ferrer.

Betong expressed how grateful he is to the Network for continuously trusting him with significant projects, “Sobrang honored pati sobrang blessed. Minsan iniisip ko ano ba ang nagawa ko para pagkatiwalaan nila, ‘yung maka-trabaho ang pinaka-iniidolo ko na mga artista, ‘yung craft to make people happy sa Bubble Gang. Every time may nagsasabi na kahit papaano na-ibsan ko ‘yung kalungkutan nila, nakaka-uplift ng spirit.”

The Kapuso talent is currently gearing up for his first-ever solo concert “Try Ko Lang Ha?:Betong’s Amazing Concert” this November 21 at the Music Museum, where he is set to deliver one-of-a-kind performances.

Betong is a mainstay of the longest-running gag show ‘Bubble Gang’ and is also part of the GMA primetime series ‘The Gift,’ which is headlined by Asia’s Multimedia Star Alden Richards.



Rasonable was glad to share that she is among the many supporters of Betong, “So many people love him. Nakakatuwa that these artists are growing in the Network and it makes us proud that we are part of their growth.”

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