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‘I’m sorry about that’: Piolo Pascual explains why he is always topless in his photos

“Actually, they were asking for my videos for the vlog… so pinapadala ko na lang mga photos, It’s just that na ‘yun nga eh siyempre ‘pag nasa beach ka, naka-topless ka talaga,” the actor said.

  • Piolo Pascual apologized for his topless photos
  • The actor spent his birthday coincidentally near Taal Volcano
  • Piolo offered his birthday wish to everyone amid the Taal Volcano eruption

Heartthrob Kapamilya singer-actor Piolo Pascual turned 43 last Sunday, January 12.

The star posted a photo of himself aboard a boat in Mabini, Batangas. In the distance, a thick cloud of ash from the nearby Taal Volcano could be seen.

“My birthday wish right now is for everyone to be safe…” he wrote in the caption.

On his YouTube channel, Piolo also posted a video of his birthday celebration, titled “My Birthday Salubong.” Piolo was apparently already in Batangas for his birthday even before Taal Volcano erupted.

More than greetings, many were touched by the actor’s good heart to offer his birthday wish for everyone in the wake of the Taal Volcano eruption.

Meanwhile, in an interview, Piolo explained why there have been a lot of his topless photos circulating online lately.

“Hindi ako ‘yun eh. I have my social media person that handles my social media accounts. I do my IG Stories. I’m always topless. I’m sorry about that,” he said.

He added, “I’m always on the beach most of the time and I would just share photos with them, just to update and to tell them where I am, what I’m doing.

“Actually, they were asking for my videos for the vlog… so pinapadala ko na lang mga photos, It’s just that na ‘yun nga eh siyempre ‘pag nasa beach ka, naka-topless ka talaga,” the actor said.



“But it doesn’t mean I want to excite people or to show that I have abs. It’s just really how I am even at home.”

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