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BB and Eva: Mother and daughter



PHOTO COURTESY OF BB GANDANGHARI

Amid the noise and frenzy of show business, the ever-controversial BB Gandanghari made sure to spend quality quiet time, bonding with mom Eva Cariño. On Mother’s Day, BB took mom to Ace Spa for a little hydro-massage pampering. BB says their relationship has vastly changed through the years—much like BB herself. “Oh, we’re very open now and I relate to her as BB.” The best way to describe it? “I must say that what we have now is a mother-daughter relationship.” Bayani San Diego Jr.


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  • adriel0104

    mother and abnormal-daughter relationship..

    • fuctore

      And your comment makes you the ” normal “…,
      Normal homophobe.

    • paul

      but in the first place, lalaki pa rin siya, kaya dapat gay-son.

  • Just_JT

    Rustom had been gay even before he entered show business. So it is not a surprise to his mother.

    • pinoydin

      Then why did he marry Carmina Villaroel if he had been gay even before entering showbiz? For me, seeing Rustom makes me PUKE.

      • Just_JT

        Marrying does not mean that one is not gay. Jun Encarnacion and Tita Swarding (bless their souls) were both married and even sired children. The latter even had at least five children. And he was an out-and-out gay.

      • hkzombie1

        puke all you want but I don’t think its going to cleanse your soul. and you know why

      • fuctore

        Then don’t look at him.
        Save your precious innards.
        Or perhaps you can regurgitate them if can’t help it,
        then swallow them all back in like a jungle beast.

  • Benny San Miguel

    Some people are very judgemental.Unless you are on someone’s shoes and experiencing the same situation, don’t be so negative. I’m happy for Rustom, finally getting the inner peace he/she has been searching for. People should be more accepting and understanding. Pinoy din, shame on your comments, I’m sure you have skeletons in your closet.

  • Just_JT

    I’m sad for Rustom. He is in a dilemma on whether to severe or not his manhood.

    • andresa igbac

      they don’t severe their sexual organs in the operation di ba?

      • hkzombie1

        they don’t SEVER.

      • Just_JT

        They do on transgenders. The problem is that the operating room-made vajayjays are just about an inch deep.

  • BCon

    BB Gandanghari is proof that homosexuality can happen to any family. The Padilla clan has always been known to be a “macho” family. Who would have thought that one Padilla would turn out to be gay. My point is, gay bashers should be wary. You’d never know when you would have one in your family – distant or immediate, and before you know it, it is your son (or even grandson) making somebody else PUKE.

    • Just_JT

      Robin Padilla is the only ‘macho’ in the family so the clan can hardly be known as that. On the contrary, the clan is more known of espousing a rather weird beliefs. Consider General Royette Padilla of the H-World, Robin the muslim negotiator, Eva a Witness and now Rustom…

      • BCon

        Robin’s two uncles are olympic boxers, Carlos Padilla Sr. who was also an action star and Carlos jr, the international refereee. Rudy Fernandez was also their cousin. And didn’t all the Padilla brothers storm the Yllana house when Anjo kidded that Rustom is gay? Hindi ba “macho” yon? (or maybe I should say siga.)

  • paul

    and you, inquirer, made her a DAUGHTER? Lalaki pa rin sya, dapat Mother and gay-Son

    • hkzombie1

      INQUIRER is respectful of how BB prefers to be referred as



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