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No more issues? Ate Gay reveals his current relationship with Vice Ganda

Vice was one of the people who extended their financial help when Ate Gay was hospitalized due to a rare skin disease called toxic epidermal necrolysis.

Gil Aducal Morales, popularly known as Ate Gay, insists he has no issues with Vice Ganda and clarifies they are on good terms after the latter’s names are brought up against the former.

On the newly uploaded vlog of Ogie Diaz on his YouTube channel, Ate Gay sheds light on the controversies of his name always being attached to Vice.

Vice was one of the people who extended their financial help when Ate Gay was hospitalized due to a rare skin disease called toxic epidermal necrolysis.

The name of Vice was brought up when Ate Gay threatened to unfriend his social media friends, who are always barking towards the government. Netizens were furious because Ate Gay defended the government’s unsuccessful response and ever-changing quarantine status regarding COVID-19.

Netizens have commented that Vice should not have aided Ate Gay in paying his hospital bills.

“Laging pinagdidikit yung mukha ko at ni Vice Ganda. Nahihiya ako kay Vice. Actually, tumulong si Vice. Sabi ko nga, di ba, maliit at malaking halaga ay tulong.

“Oo, tinulungan ako. Pero nga, ang feeling ko, yung mga namba-bash sa akin, parang feeling nila si Vice ‘yung nagbayad ng bill sa hospital.”

Ate Gay made it clear that his sibling was the one who shouldered the hospital bill amounting to P600 thousand.

“Parang nahihiya ako kay Vice. Kumbaga, yung lagi na lang siyang nadadawit pag ‘may issue ako. Ang nagbayad ng bill ko sa ospital, kapatid ko, P600K.”



“Oo, nahihiya ako sa kanya. Maraming salamat sa kanya dahil sa panahon na nahirapan ako sa hospital, ‘yung naalala ka lang niya, okay na yun. Tumulong pa siya, di ba? Maraming salamat,” Ate Gay thanked Vice for extending his help when he needed it.

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