AiAi delas Alas, family blast netizen who mistook her husband for son
Actress-comedienne AiAi delas Alas and husband Gerald Sibayan marked their 58th “monthsary” of being together. But while Delas Alas expressed her love for Sibayan through social media on Feb. 12, she slammed those who keep mistaking him for her son.
“Happy 58th monthsary my darling, salamat sa iyong pagmamahal labyu so much,” wrote Delas Alas.
She then addressed bashers of her relationship with Gerald, saying, “Dun sa mga bashers na nag co comment ng anak ko si Gerald jusko mag move on na mag isip naman kayo ng ibang bash ang lumaaaaaaaa!!!!!”
She also called on her bashers to think of new things to bash her about.
“Millennial na o, sumabay naman kayo sa bago!!!!!” she wrote. “Anyways HAPPY MONTHSARY NAK ay KUYA PALA HEHEHE @gerald_sibayan.”
Despite her fiery message, however, it seems her point did not get across to its intended.
“Ang pogi ng anak mo!” a certain Jhoone wrote (@jhoonebug).
“@jhoonebug ang aga aga paulit ulit mag basa ka muna ng caption o,” replied a seemingly irked Delas Alas.
Sibayan also joined in on the exchange, asking the netizen if they do not have a television or newspaper.
“Ay asawa po niya ako wala po ba kayong tv o newspaper?” he said. “Kinasal na po kami Dec. last year po. May cellphone naman po pala ako mag Google po kayo. 5 years na din po kami nag sasama.”
Delas Alas and Sibayan tied the knot in December 2017 at the Christ the King Parish in Quezon City after four years of being together.
Delas Alas sure can count on her loved ones to have her back, as daughter Sophia also addressed the netizen.
“@jhoonebug congratulations!!! You just posted the stupidest comment on this post hahahaha #tanga,” she said.
Meanwhile, GMA newscaster Arnold Clavio stepped in and told Delas Alas not to entertain her bashers.
“@msaiaidelasalas hahaha! Wag patulan. Hahaha natawa naman ako. Chill!” he said, before greeting the couple a happy monthsary. “@geraldsibayan happy monthsary na lang bro. Enjoy.”
Happy 58th “monthsary,” AiAi and Gerald! /ra
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