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Kris gives witty answer to naughty question about James Yap, Phillip Salvador

/ 03:02 PM July 04, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Kris Aquino did not think twice to reply to a netizen’s naughty question about former partners James Yap and Phillip Salvador.

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yes genetics matter… but sleeping early and drinking milk are also vital to help achieve maximum growth. Sa mababang mattress lang tumuntong si bimb to change our ceiling light. No offense meant, isa sa staff namin (male) nag step ladder to change the other light bulbs. Unahan ko na, kuya josh is 6’2 (his dad is 5’11 to the best of my memory), bimb is now 5’10, 12 years and 75 days old (his dad i believe is about 6’3?). Ano sa tingin nyo, how tall aabot si Bimb?

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Aquino posted Wednesday a video of her son Bimby changing their ceiling light.

“Yes, genetics matter but sleeping early and drinking milk are also vital to achieve maximum growth,” she wrote as caption.

“Unahan ko na, kuya josh is 6’2 (his dad is 5’11 to the best of my memory), bimb is now 5’10, 12 years and 75 days old (his dad i believe is about 6’3?),” she added.

A netizen then commented and asked whose is “bigger” between Yap and Salvador.

Aquino then replied: “Since wala na kong balak masilayan pa hanggang kamatayan, care bears na diba??? Kala mo uurungan ko yung tanong noh?”

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Her remark left her followers flooding the comment section with laughing emoticons.

Bimby is Aquino’s son with professional basketball player Yap, while her firstborn Josh is her son with actor Salvador.

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