DJ Jhai Ho thinks Angelica Panganiban, Carlos Aquino just need little push
DJ Jhai Ho thinks Angelcia Panganiban and Carlos Aquino may just need a little push for them to become a couple.
The MOR 101.9 radio DJ shared his opinion regarding reports revolving around Panganiban and Aquino’s closeness in an interview on the June 12 episode of the evening talk show “Tonight with Boy Abunda.”
Host Boy Abunda asked Jhai Ho whether the two celebrities were actually dating. Jhai Ho replied, “Feeling ko konti nalang (I feel they’re almost there).”
Jhai Ho said he had been asking Panganiban about the same topic for a while now. He recalled one conversation wherein the “Hugot Queen” replied to his inquiry, “Ano ka ba magkaibigan lang kami nyan (What are you talking about, we’re just friends).” But he noted Panganiban had a certain smile on her face, which suggested she considered Aquino to be a love interest. “Pa-smile-smile sya ganyan ganyan, ayan din eh. Prang bet din talaga (She had this certain smile where you could tell she actually considered the idea).”
Abunda followed up the initial question by asking who was currently closer with Panganiban, Aquino or “That Thing Called Tadhana” co-star JM de Guzman.
“Tito Boy nung huling bisita ko sa kanya, ang cellphone sunod sunod. JM, Carlo, ganyan (Tito Boy the last time I visited her, her cellphone kept showing messages from JM and Carlo)!” exclaimed Jhai Ho.
Aside from sharing his opinion on Panganiban’s relationship status, Jhai Ho praised the actress for her generosity during the interview. He recalled how Panganiban paid for everything while they were shopping at a mall overseas.
Meanwhile, Panganiban herself posted a cryptic message on Instagram Stories on June 12. She wrote, “Grabe din ah… Gamit na gamit niyo na ako. Hanep. Grabe. Ay. Grabe talaga.”
(Seriously… You’ve really made good use of me. Unbelievable. Seriously. Oh my. Just seriously.) /ra
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