Vice Ganda’s heartfelt message for Ion Perez: ‘Everybody deserves to love and be happy’

/ 06:14 PM September 26, 2019

Vice Ganda and Ion Perez have been rumored to be in a relationship, and while neither have confirmed it, it seems that they are allowing their social media posts to speak for them.

Vice posted on Instagram yesterday, Sept. 25 a picture of him and Perez holding hands while they were at ABS-CBN’s All-Star Games last August.


“Everybody deserves to love and be happy. Everybody includes YOU and ME,” the comedian captioned the photo.

Celebrity friends and fans expressed their kilig in the comments section, with many posting heart emoji.

What could have sparked the heartfelt message? Vice seemed to hint at it during “It’s Showtime” yesterday, when he told a contestant, “Tingnan mo ang ngiti! Kala mo monthsary mo din e.” (Look at that smile! As if it is also your monthsary.)

Perez was also sentimental on his Instagram Stories yesterday as he shared pictures from the “It’s Showtime” episode when he and Vice said “I love you” to one another.


Vice Ganda, Ion Perez

Image: Screengrab via Instagram/@pereziion27

“Walang salita na maaaring sabihin kung gano ka kaGANDA #reynako,” Perez said in one of the pictures. (No words can describe how beautiful you are, my queen.)

Perez, who is “Kuya Escort” in the noontime variety show, has been expressive of his feelings for Vice in his Instagram Stories. He said last August that they are close to one another, but that they are not in a relationship. JB


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