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Gamer Bianca Yao addresses issues with Alden Richards

Surprised as she was, she also teased Alden and said: “Sige na nga ‘di na kita bubugbugin, aalagaan na lang kita.”

During the live gaming stream of Bianca Yao who is also known to her followers as Slice of Bian Cake on Twitter, Alden Richards suddenly gave her 143 stars as a sign of support for a fellow gamer like him.

Upon receiving the 143 stars from Alden, Bianca got distracted but she thanked the Kapuso star.  She said: “Wala na, nawala na ako sa laro. Hi Alden, thank you for the stars.”

Surprised as she was, she also teased Alden and said: “Sige na nga ‘di na kita bubugbugin, aalagaan na lang kita.”

A day after Alden gave her the stars, Bianca clarified that there is nothing romantic going on between the two of them, and advised everyone not to put any malice in Alden’s effort in giving her 143 stars.

Bianca stated: “Gusto ko lang sabihin na guys, mabait lang talaga ‘yung tao. Nagsu-support siya sa mga gamers in general, hindi lang ako. Huwag natin bigyan ng kahulugan lahat ng bagay, may mga tao talagang masaya lang kapag nakakapag-pasaya ng ibang tao. Gusto ko lang rin sabihin sa mga fans niya na, kung may nasabi man akong hindi maganda, sorry and di ko sinasadya kung ano man yun. Sa naalala ko, wala pa naman. May nakikita akong mga saring-sari comments. Basta mabait talaga yung tao.”

She also recalled Alden’s interview, where Asia’s Multimedia Star expressed his willingness to help fellow online gamers.

She continued: “Alam ko meron siyang interview, napanood ko dati pa na talagang gamer siya, and gusto niya sumuport sa mga kapwa gamers niya. Huwag natin bigyan ng kaluhugan lahat, baka maasar yung tao.”

Meanwhile, netizens seem to be happy for Alden that finally, this might turn out into something good for him in the relationship aspect. Since Alden and Bianca are both single, netizens keep on teasing the two of them as couple gamers.

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