Vice Ganda, Ion Perez share kiss, flash middle fingers at ‘Your Memejesty, Queen VG’ concert
Vice Ganda and Ion Perez was one happy unbothered couple as they shared a kiss while flashing their middle fingers to the audience during the former’s “Your Memejesty, Queen VG” concert.
The celebrity couple expressed their love for one another during a spiel in the “Praybeyt Benjamin” star’s concert last Friday, June 2, which was captured by ASAP head writer Darla Sauler on Tiktok.
“About you and about us, let’s not f***ing care. What you are, what I am, and what we have is just so amazingly beautiful,” Vice told Perez. “So, let’s not be bothered by their noise. Let them drown in their own voice.”
“Let’s just continue to love so loud and proud. Let’s continue to love. Whatever happens, wherever it takes, at the end of the day, love wins,” the “Rampa” singer continued.
@darlasauler Love Wins! Vice Ganda and Ion love love love sa Araneta! #ViceGanda #Ion #ViceIon #LoveWins #YourMemejestyQueenVG #ForYou #ForYouPage #FYP ♬ original sound – DARLA
A visibly emotional Perez said “I love you” in response, before kissing his partner. The pair then raised up their middle fingers during their tender moment, which appeared to be a symbol of them standing firm in their romance.
Supportive messages from fans can be seen in the comments of Sauler’s post, with some saying that their kiss is a “powerful” way of normalizing LGBTQIA+ romances in mainstream media.
The “It’s Showtime” hosts confirmed their romance in 2019, where they had already been in a relationship for a year at the time. The couple had a wedding commitment ceremony in Las Vegas in February 2022, two years after they got engaged in 2020.
Vice Ganda previously spoke about his relationship with Perez during an interview with former Manila City mayor Isko Moreno last January, saying his partner convinced him that being a parent is a “beautiful” experience. EDV
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