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Kim Domingo: Ganito pala yung lasa ng nirerespeto ka kesa masabihan ng ‘ang hot mo!’

WALANG pagsisisi ang Kapuso star na si Kim Domingo sa desisyon niyang tumigil na sa pagpapaseksi sa harap ng mga camera. Inamin ng dalaga na hindi naging madali para sa kanya ang magpalit ng image mula sa pagiging hubadera o sexy star. Sa kanyang unang vlog sa YouTube, sinabi ni Kim na isa sa pinaka-challenging […] The post Kim Domingo: Ganito pala yung lasa ng nirerespeto ka kesa masabihan ng ‘ang hot mo!’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerJun 4th, 2020

Kim mas pipiliin ang love kesa career; Dingdong, Heart, Bitoy ibinandera ang GMA anniv surprise

SA latest vlog ni Kim Domingo, sinagot niya ang ilang mga personal na tanong tungkol sa career at love life.  Nang matanong kung ano ang pipiliin niya sa dalawa, love ang mas bibigyang-halaga niya, “Kasi ‘yung career, hindi naman talaga siya pang habambuhay.  “Ang kinang ay mawawala rin pero, siyempre, ‘yung tunay na pagmamahal, alam […] The post Kim mas pipiliin ang love kesa career; Dingdong, Heart, Bitoy ibinandera ang GMA anniv surprise appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 26th, 2020

Roger Gorayeb: A coach s role is also to be a father

Coaching a collegiate team especially in women's volleyball is never an easy job. For Roger Gorayeb, being a mentor to kids in their teens goes beyond the call of duty inside the court. You play the role of both a coach and a second father. What they will become in the future -- a continuing career in the sport or on a different endeavor -- the knowledge a coach will impart on them will be their guide in their chosen paths. The multi-titled mentor has been coaching since 1984. He has a wealth of experience dealing with different personalities and has touched a lot of lives in his almost four decades in the industry. What he cherishes the most is not the number of titles, accolades or success his players collected under his watch, but what these players or what he likes to call his ‘children’ have become. “Ang dami na ng mga players (na na-handle ko). Dadaan sila sa buhay mo tapos nakikita mo kung ano ang nagiging future nila maganda naman. Siyempre natutuwa ako,” said the 59-year-old coach. Gorayeb played a big role in the careers and lives of his players from San Sebastian College, Ateneo de Manila University and National University. Alyssa Valdez, Grethcel Soltones, Jaja Santiago, Jasmine Nabor, the Ateneo Fab Five of Gretchen Ho, Fille Cainglet- Cayetano, Dzi Gervacio, Jem Ferrer and A Nacachi are just some of the stars that saw their collegiate careers take flight under his tutelage.  “Masaya at masarap sa feeling,” Gorayeb told ABS-CBN Sports as he tried to put into words the satisfaction he feels while doing his passion to coach. On court he is a strict mentor, serious, all-business, but beyond that he is a father-figure to his players. “Kapag may laro o ensayo volleyball lang talaga kami. Pero after n’yan yung aming relationship 'di na coach at player,” said the PLDT coach in the Philippine Superliga. “Kapag may problema sila magsasabi na sila sa akin. Dun mo malalaman kasi kung mayroon silang hinainng sa buhay, mga times na gusto nilang humingi ng tulong sa’yo. Yung mga simpleng ‘Coach pwedeng makahingi ng pamasahe, pambili ng ganito.’ Kasi during training di mo naman malalaman yan eh.” “Mapaghihiwalay mo talaga (ang pagiging coach at tatay sa kanila), sa akin kasi ewan ko sa iba, pero ako kahit pagalitan ko ang player during the ensayo, after ng ensayo wala na. Parang barkada na lang,” added the former women’s national team mentor. “Sa bonding ninyo mapaghihiwalay mo yung pagiging player at pagiging tao ng player mo mismo. Kaya lalong nagiging deep-rooted ang aming relationship. “Sa totoo lang 'yung mga napahirapan ko sa ensayo, ‘yan pa ang nagiging close sa akin. Minsan naiisip ko nga na magsisi na, ‘Bakit napahirapan kita noon tapos ang bait-bait mo sa akin ngayon. Dati pinahirapan kita.’ Pero doon kasi sila natututo. Nagi-struggle sila tapos malalampasan nila,” said Gorayeb. Last year when Gorayeb was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, the players that he guided during their collegiate careers never left his side. “Tulad nu’ng nangyari sa akin tapos ‘yung mga dati kong player mapa-Ateneo, mapa-Baste nandyan sila para sa’yo. Bumibisita sila sa ospital,” he said. “Parang dun ko nakita na marami pala akong na-touch na buhay ng bata di lang sa paglalaro. Yung during the course of that five years na pag-stay nila namin bilang player at coach malalim ang nagiging ugat ng relationship.” “Nandyan sila sa’yo sa oras ng pangangailangan mo. Maski yung mga di mo madalas nakikita. Dyan mo malalaman na naging malaking part ako sa buhay nila kahit limang taon lang na magkakasama.” Their presence and prayers along with his family, according to Gorayeb, were his strength during that difficult time. “Itong nagkasakit ako ang daming nagbabantay sa akin, ‘yung mga taga-Ateneo ‘yan sina Gretchen, hindi umalis sa tabi ko. Yung mga players ko sa San Sebastian na dati pa kasi inaanak ko na ang mga anak nila. Araw-araw nasa ospital, na-witness nila yung nangyari sa akin,” said Gorayeb, who is still undergoing chemotherapy. He’s thankful for all the efforts his players did to help especially the fund-raising concert they organized last November for him. “Dumating si Mr. Tony Liao nu’ng umaga (sa intensive care unit) sinabi niya na, ‘O Roger alam mo ba ito, mayroong mamaya yung mga player naggawa sila ng concert sa’yo.’ So naiyak na lang ako noon kasi wala akong boses di ako makapagsalita,” he said. “Parang inaano lang ako ni Sir Tony na, ‘Lakasan mo lang ang loob mo. Yung mga players mo gumagawa lang ng paraan para lumakas ka.’ Yung mga ganoong tipo ba.” “Doon nag-sink in sa akin na lahat pala sila concerned sa akin kahit na di na sila naglalaro sa akin. Nakakatuwa kasi yun yung time na sabi ko di dapat ako mawalan ng pag-asa at kailangang suklian ko ang effort nila na ginagawa,” added Gorayeb. Now with just two chemo sessions left and a few tests to assure that his cancer-free, Gorayeb is looking forward on his return to coaching. He wants to resume his mission. “’Di pa ako magreretiro sa pagko-coach kasi ang mga bata nandyan pa. Marami pa akong dapat tulungan,” said Gorayeb. “Ako nagsusumikap na gumaling kaagad para marami pang matulungan.” “Masama man sabihin, pero kamatayan na lang ang magpapatigil sa akin sa mga ginagawa ko. Iba pa rin ang may tulong ka na maibibigay sa mga bata,” he added. Gorayeb vows that he will continue to be a father – both inside and outside of the court. For more on the improved conditon of Roger Gorayeb, read here.  --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriless.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 21st, 2020

UAAP volleybelles star in TBH talk show

See the different side of four of the UAAP’s finest and most popular women’s volleyball players as they express their views and opinions in the newest weekly sports talk show.  Join Ateneo de Manila University star Ponggay Gaston, Eya Laure of University of Sto. Tomas, De La Salle University setter Michelle Cobb and University of the Philippines’ Rosie Rosier starting June 23 in TBH (To Be Honest) as they discuss interesting and relatable topics.      “For athletes some of us are not given the chance to express our feelings on certain things. But for the four of us we’re lucky enough to have this platform to be able to express our own opinions and ideas, thoughts, feelings towards certain things. Whether nakaka-relate lang sa amin or pati sa ibang tao nakaka-relate,” said Gaston. The Lady Eagle added that the show, which will air at 8:00 a.m. on LIGA Channel 86, and LIGA HD on Channel 183 on SKY Cable and Destiny and also available via iWant, TFC, and ABS-CBN Sports YouTube Channel, is not just the usual girl talk as it also dives into serious topics. “This show isn’t just gonna be girl talk,”, she said. “We dove into topics that I didn’t expect we’ll talk about. It’s really not just girl talk. Mayroon kaming mga topics na, ‘Uy pwede itong pag-usapan. People can relate to this, not just girls.’” Rosier added that the show will also serve as a platform for them and their guests to be heard. “Athletes do have very insightful comments and opinions about topics relatable to now. Us athletes we do care about a lot of things in the society and life. It’s not just about playing. It’s not about school,” said the Fighting Maroons captain. But of course, TBH is also about fun. “Makikita nila ‘yung side po namin na masiyahin,” said Laure, the Season 82 Rookie of the Year. “Kasi di ba kapag sa laro nakasimangot, sobrang seryoso at sobrang technical lagi? Dito makikita nyo sa amin na, ‘Ay ganito pala si Ponggay, ganito pala si Mich, ganito pala si Rosie?’ May mga times na masasabi n’yo ‘yun kasi di n’yo to nakikita pagdating ng game.” Fans will also get a chance to know more about the quartet in the 30-minute talk show. “Mas makikilala talaga kami ng audience through this show,” said Cobb. “Kasi usually naman nakikilala lang kami ng audience sa mga short segments ng courtside reporters. Pero now it’s an actual show where we talk about whatever there is.” “So its really a fun way din for the audience to get to know us individually,” added the Lady Spiker. Catch ‘TBH’ every Tuesday with replays at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on LIGA Channel 86, and LIGA HD on Channel 183 on SKY Cable and Destiny.       --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromteriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 12th, 2020

When We Were Volleyball Queens (Part 1)

(This story was originally published on March 23, 2015) "Pinays down Thais, bag Southeast Asian Games gold medal." This headline or anything close to it made the sports section of newspapers as one of our contingent’s shining moment in the 1993 biennial regional meet held in Singapore from June 12 to 20. Though given smaller treatment than the meteoric romp of the then Asian sprint queen Lydia De Vega in the century and 200 meter dash events, it gave pride to local volleyball.  Days before the birth of this generation’s most popular volleyball player, our national women’s team stood tall and proud as they wore their gold medals around their necks. Stepping on a platform higher than the region’s powerhouse team. It has been 22 long years since, and three months before the 28th SEA Games starts its fourth staging in the tiny island in the southern tip of the Malayan peninsula on June 5, Rosemarie Prochina recalled the campaign that brought Philippine volleyball to its highest peak. Talking with the Mane ‘N Tail coach during the Philippine Superliga All-Filipino Conference launch, ABS-CBN Sports was taken back in time when the likes of Thelma Barina-Rojas, Zenaida Ybanez, Arlene Apostol and Leonora Escolante were the darlings of volleyball much like what Alyssa Valdez, Ara Galang, and the Santiago sisters, Dindin and Jaja, Denden Lazaro of today.    She said that their road to the SEA Games gold started when she and five other tall players from Cebu were brought to Manila for the national pool of the Philippine Amateur Volleyball Association headed by Victorico Chavez and Secretary-General Ramon “Tats” Suzara. “Ano kasi yun e, 1991 kinuha kami from Cebu. Mga tall players, tall na kami dati, may 6-foot-2, may 5-foot-10,” said the 5-foot-10 Prochina, who was recruited as a middle blocker from Southwestern University. “Pagdating namin sa Maynila parang ano, total makeover kasi galing kaming probinsiya ganyan,” she added. “Anim kaming dumating sa Maynila.” “Pagdating namin ang program nina Sir Tats hindi kami magtsa-champion agad kasi magte-train pa kami tapos may mga (nauna) sa amin sa Maynila na mga seniors na. May kasama kaming taga-FEU, at UST kasi sila yung mga darling dati,” said Prochina.     Sharpening the saw  Once under the program of PAVA, Prochina said they went through rigorous training under the tutelage of Stanislav Lyugaylo, who was part of the then Union of Soviet Socialist Republic national team that won gold in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics and was tapped to handle the team in 1993.  “That time training kami ng training. Nagkaroon kami ng Russian coach tapos nu’ng SEA Games ng 1991 nag-bronze medal kami,” she further explained. “Yun lang ang aim nu’n dati ganoon lang muna kasi bago lang kami e. So yun itinulu’y-tuloy lang yung programa.” The national team was given the much needed support and were even sent overseas for international exposure.  “Marami kaming pinuntahan para mag-training. Nag-Japan kami. Noong 1992 yun maraming competitions abroad, yun tulu’y-tuloy kahit maraming nag-tryout-tryouts na ganyan still yung team dinadagdagan lang,” Prochina continued. “Noong 1993 yun na yun may Russian coach kami tapos nag-training kami for one month sa Japan.” Prochina said that their Japan stint was through the initiative of Chavez and Suzara. The Filipinas were pitted against the best squads from the land of the rising suns.  “Sila yung instrumental sa team namin na pinadala kami sa Japan for one month,” she said. “Umikot kami sa mga club teams sa Japan. One month yun, rigid training yun kaya pagdating namin ng Maynila mapuputi kami na payat, as in talagang (fit).”    Adversities at home and in Singapore Prochina recollected that the team had a share of doubters and haters.    “Sa laro namin sa Singapore, dito pa lang sa Manila may mga (nagi-expect) na baka mag-champion or baka ma-disappoint lang,” she said. Some believed that it’s improbable that a group of girls can topple the Thais, who that time were aiming for a three-peat.   “Kasi nga alam mo naman, siyempre may mga detractors din kami talaga,” according to Prochina. The team proceed with their mission armed with optimism that they are ready and more prepared than in 1991. “Pagdating namin dun (sa Singapore) ang (gusto) ko lang sa team namin ay sobra kaming mag-teamwork. Kasi kaming mga baguhan tapos half naman ng team mga seniors, sina Thelma Barina, ganyan,” she said. “Magaling silang magdala ng juniors. So kaming mga bago talagang sumusunod sa kanila.” But they had a rude awakening. “Pagdating sa laro doon, actually sa first na laban namin sa Thailand talo kami e. Under four sets yata or something basta ganoon, parang marami kaming naging (pagkukulang),” she recalled. Though suffering an opening game loss, the coaching staff were solid in their faith with the team. “Pero ang coaches namin very positive sila,” Prochina said. The team got up to their feet running over their next opponents to take a finals berth. “Pero after (ng talo), panalo na kami nu’n against Singapore, Myanmar, Vietnam kasi hindi rin sila ganoon kalakas,” she added.   Shopping, seriously? Prochina said that though the team racked up victories, they still felt the sting of their loss against the Thais. They were even demoralized going to the championship with Thailand, who was then lording over the competition. “Bago kami mag-champion hindi kami ganoon kapursigido, yung nag-eensayo kami pero ensayo lang,” she said. Sensing his team’s low morale, Lyugaylo asked his wards something that nobody expected.   “The day before the championship sinabihan kami ng Russian coach namin na “O you go shopping”, Prochina continued. “Kami naman “Ah, shopping lang. Bakit ganito ‘to?” she said. The day of the finals, there were no pre-game preparations, the Russian mentor asked them to go in deep meditation and after that just dance. “So nung umaga ng championship, kasi hapon yung championship against Thailand, ang sabi niya, “You go into one room and then you dance. Be happy,”” Prochina recalled. “Pero before noon pala may mga meditation na rin kami. Malaking bagay yun,” she said. “Yun yung isang nakakatulong sa team naming talaga. Yung relaxation sa mind kasi nga fit na (ang katawan namin).” And dance they did. “That morning pinasayaw niya lang kami. So kami naman walang KJ (kill joy) sa team namin kahit may mga edad na yung iba,” Prochina further related. “Sayaw-sayaw kami.” After that as they say the rest is history. “Tapos nu’ng hapon nangyari na yung nag-champion kami,” the PSL rookie mentor said. “Four sets yun at ang Thailand nun malakas, as in sobrang lakas.”   (to be continued)  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2020

BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 2

In case you missed it: BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 1 --- Pingoy Rule: Never look back. --- Along with being a champion and back-to-back MVP in UAAP Jrs., Jerie Pingoy is best known for a league rule that was put in effect after his actions. There's even a possibility that many know Far Eastern University-Diliman's once promising prospect just from having been the poster boy of the so-called "Pingoy Rule." Back in 2012, Pingoy had for himself a title run and a second straight top individual player award in his last year in high school. And so, more than a few were interested in securing the services of the 5-foot-11 point guard. Ultimately, the decision came down to moving on up to FEU's Srs. squad or moving on to Ateneo de Manila University. The latter was what Pingoy decided to be best for him. Not long after, the league instituted a new rule that required two-year residency for student-athletes who transfer from one UAAP high school to another UAAP college. As such, the then-18-year-old was forced to stay on the sidelines for two years. And even then, he already knew how much those two years would mean to his future. Fast forward to now and Pingoy is far removed from being a true blue-chip recruit out of high school or even a talented transferee in college. Now, he is just like any other player hoping for another shot to prove himself. Now, the Cebuano could only rue what could have been. "Unang-una, nasasayangan ako sa years na 'di ako nakapaglaro. Kung nakapaglaro ako ng dalawang taon, mag-iiba yung takbo ng panahon," he said in a phone interview. He then continued, "'Di magiging ganito." CODE RED Momentum is a true thing in sports - much more in basketball where the action goes on and on and on. And coming off a championship and back-to-back MVPs, Pingoy's confidence and capabilities were as high as they have been as he took on a new challenge in Ateneo. Only, he was not eligible to play in the UAAP Seniors just yet. Simply put, Pingoy lost all the momentum he already had after leaving FEU-Diliman. "For sure, mag-iiba talaga yung laro ko kapag nakapag-start ako agad. Once makapaglaro ako right after high school, mas magiging mature ako eh, mas malalaman ko agad yung laro sa college," he shared. He then continued, "Hindi ko natantsa agad sa Ateneo na ganun pala sa college. Nung naglaro na ako, 'di na ako rookie sa age, pero rookie pa rin ako sa laro." Indeed, after putting up per game counts of 21 points to go along with 5.1 assists, 4.2 rebounds, and 2.1 steals in his championship and MVP season as a Baby Tamaraw, two years later, he averaged 3.5 points and 2.8 assists as a rookie Blue Eagle. For Pingoy's former mentor, it was clear as day that the long layoff, as well as all the talk surrounding his decision, had a negative effect. "May impact sa bata yung nangyari kasi naka-distract lahat yun sa pag-usad ng career niya. Sa tingin ko lang, if he (would have stayed) in FEU, magkakaroon siya ng peace of mind," former FEU-Diliman head coach Mike Oliver answered when asked to look back at one of the most controversial college commitments the country has witnessed. He also added, "Yung nangyari kasi, because naging talk of the town siya, I think nagkaroon ng malaking pressure sa kanyang every time na maglalaro siya, he has to show how good he really is." GOLD IS GOLD Of course, Pingoy was still seeing action - albeit with Ateneo's Team Glory Be on the smaller stage and under the dimmer lights of minor tournaments like the Fr. Martin Cup. Still, that could not compare to the competition of the UAAP - a level of competition that was already at the tip of his fingers in high school and only needed to be grasped in college. "Nahirapan akong mag-adjust kasi for two years, 'di ko naman alam laro ng Team A. Siyempre, iba naman yung nasa Team B kasi iba pa rin yung nandun ka (sa UAAP) at nakakalaro kahit konti lang," he said. Still, years later, Pingoy has no regrets about transferring to Katipunan. As he put it, "Nalungkot lang ako kasi nga sayang, pero 'di ako nagsisisi." And while he did not necessarily tap into his potential, he remains nothing but proud of his time wearing the blue and white - from Team Glory Be to the Blue Eagles. "Proud ako na yung batch namin nina Fonzo Gotladera yung unang Team B na nag-champion. Masayang-masaya ako dun," he shared. He then continued, "At least, nakapabigay ako ng isang championship sa Ateneo - kahit Team B lang." At the same time, Pingoy said he also made it a point then to get to know the Atenean way. "Sa Ateneo, tinuturo maging 'man for others.' Yun talaga ang natutunan ko dun aside from matututong mag-English," he shared with a laugh. He then continued, "Pero ngayong naaalala ko nga, iba talaga sa Ateneo. Magiging wiser ka talaga eh." WHITE LIGHT That wisdom has apparently allowed Pingoy to bear no ill will towards those who disagreed with his decision. From then to now, he remains adamant that he has no problems whatsoever against the ill-fated "Pingoy Rule." "'Di talaga ako nagalit kahit kanino. Iniisip ko lang lagi that time na okay lang yan and everything happens for a reason," he said. He then continued, "Kung ginagawa nila yun, ibig sabihin, ayaw ka nila." Now, the "Pingoy Rule" is no more as Congress had passed the "Student-Athlete Protection Act (SAPA)" which, for one thing, prohibits residency rules on high school graduates transferring to a different school for college. If this were already law before he committed to any college, he wouldn’t have had to undergo residency at all. However, the SAPA was passed in 2015 and by then, Pingoy had already served two years. Meaning, it was a case of too late the hero. While it didn't do him any favors personally, though, Pingoy is nothing but glad to have been part of a much-welcome change. "Deep inside, naramdaman ko rin naman dating napaka-unfair nila, pero ngayon, okay na yun. Unfair sa akin dati, pero masaya ako ngayon kasi yung mga bata, makakapili na ng school na gusto nila talaga," he said. He then continued, "Sobrang masaya ako dun. Sobrang thankful ako dun." That means that now, any recruit, from blue-chippers to solid players, could choose whatever college they want without having to think that they could lose their momentum from high school. Indeed, he could rest assured that anybody as highly recruited as he was would now be free to decide what’s best for them. However, it may very well take some time before we witness anybody like him - because without a doubt, Jerie Pingoy was a man among boys in high school. NEXT ON BEST-OF-5 SERIES: THE PINGOY RULES: "Ateneo gave me an opportunity na matulungan yung family ko. I wasn't thinking of myself lang that time. The opportunity was there e, why not grab it?" --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 9th, 2020

UAAP football stars express sadness, disappointment over Season 82 cancellation

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic that has greatly affected the Philippines, among the rest of the world, many of the country’s sporting leagues have been left with no choice but to postpone or cancel their tournaments. For the University Athletic Association of the Philippines or the UAAP, the decision to cancel their 82nd season completely came after the Enhanced Community Quarantine in Luzon was extended until April 30th. For a lot of the second-semester sport athletes, it meant an abrupt end to a tournament that they’ve been preparing for for months, which is the case for the participants of the UAAP football tournaments. Already delayed two weeks due to an initial COVID-19 scare, the UAAP football tournaments lasted a total of three playdates. (READ ALSO: UAAP volleyball players react to Season 82 cancellation) “As a team we're all devastated of course, that this is how our season had to end. Months of preparation and sacrifice for the UAAP season and we weren't able to play it out,” said AJ Arcilla, goalkeeper for the defending champion Ateneo de Manila Blue Eagles. “It's heartbreaking honestly, knowing that we won't be able to play the sport that we all love.” Arcilla added that he was fortunate enough to be able to fly home to his family in California before travel bans and lockdowns were put in motion. With that, he sees a silver lining to the otherwise difficult situation. “Personally, I was able to go home to my family in California and spend time with them, which is something I don’t get to do very often so I’m very grateful for that. I just hope and pray that everyone is able to spend time at home and stay healthy and safe despite the current situation.” For Adamson University sophomore Rey Poncardas, what stings the fact that the months of preparation have been all for naught. “Siyempre nasasayangan ako, kasi almost one year yugn pag-hihirap namin sa training, araw-araw gumigising ng maaga.” Poncardas admits however that he saw the cancellation coming because of the rising number of cases of the COVID-19 virus in the country. “Expect ko din na maca-cancel yung season kasi palala ng palala yung virus eh.” Now, with an extended off season in front of him, the second-year midfielder plans to work on improving himself for the coming season. “Para sa akin, sakripisyo lang sa training and stay focused lang po palagi, disiplina sa sarili.” While Ateneo’s Arcilla and Adamson’s Poncardas still have some playing years left on their UAAP careers, there are others who might be looking at the end of their days as collegiate athletes. “Personally, I was quite disappointed when I heard the season won’t push through because I really wanted to leave the team with good results,” said senior University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons forward JB Borlongan. “But with what is going on right now, our number one priority is the safety of everyone so I just have to accept everything that’s happening.” Borlongan was instrumental in UP’s last two title reigns in UAAP Season 78 and UAAP Season 80. If this is indeed this is the end of the line for Borlongan in his college career, the two-time UAAP champion says he can hold his head high and be proud what he was able to achieve. “Personally, I’m happy with what the team and I achieved during those 5 years. My most memorable moments with the team were Season 78 and 80 because I think those were the seasons were we played really well as a team and every game, we were really hungry to play,” Borlongan concluded. Far Eastern University Tamaraws right back Martin Salilig was expecting for the season to be cancelled, but admits that the news hit him differently once his expectations became reality. “I was in my workout yesterday when I found out about the cancellation of UAAP season 82. I was shocked and disappointed. Disappointed because of the situation and not because of the decision of the board,” Salilig explained. “Actually, I’m expecting that to happen, pero iba pala pag official cancelled na talaga. Sobrang sakit.” It was all the more difficult for Salilig who had hoped his final year could have played out differently. “It’s all about hard work, dedication and sacrifice, me and whole team gave it our all to show our best shot this season. I was not able to continue my workout because of sadness, naupo na lng ako sa sala, reminiscing all the memories I had with UAAP and with FEU.” “Knowing it’s my last playing, it broke my heart so much because I know inside of me, I want to do more, I want to play more. It never came to my mind that I will end my UAAP this way. I don’t know what’s next but still hoping for a positive outcome. We still want to play,” Salilig continued. Like Salilig, De La Salle University Green Archers team captain Jed Diamante was expecting for the worst, but actually hearing it happen was a different story. “From the time the games were postponed due to the pandemic, you can’t avoid thinking about all the possible scenarios the tournament could take, and the cancellation was honestly one of those being considered.” “However, mentally preparing ourselves for the decision of the board may not have been enough to prepare us from hearing the news because honestly it took us, especially the seniors, by surprise,” he continued. “I believe everyone has their own reasons for how they reacted to the news because we are all going through different situations amidst this global crisis.” “Although disheartening as it may seem, the decision of the board may be what is best for everyone at this stage. What we're going through is beyond sports and I sincerely hope that everyone is safe and healthy wherever they may be,” Diamante continued. Diamante hopes that fate would allow him to return to the pitch for one more season. If not, then he’s nothing but grateful for the opportunity and the experience. “Hopefully it's not [my last year yet] but if it were, then what I can say is I enjoyed every second of [my UAAP career]. By being able to wear the Green and White alone opened so many opportunities for me to grow as a student-athlete and as a person.” “I’ll also keep close to my heart the connections that were built throughout the years with my family on the field - my teammates and coaches. I'm profoundly blessed to have experienced all the challenges and victories with this group of respectable and genuine men,” he added. Although disheartening as it may seem, the decision of the board may be what is best for everyone at this stage. What we're going through is beyond sports and I sincerely hope that everyone is safe and healthy wherever they may be,” Diamanted concluded. Because of his transfer to National University, Bulldogs striker Rico Andes had to sit UAAP Season 81 out due to residency. In Season 82, he was supposed to be one of the focal points of a revamped NU side. “Nanghihinayang ako lalo na’t last playing year ko na sa UAAP, at gusto ko rin sanang suklian yung NU sa binigay nila sa akin na opportunity,” Andes said. “Pero wala namang may gustong mangyari ito. Lahat ng teams naman ang nag-handa ng ilang months at may gustong maabot this season, pero ngayon po, ang pinaka-importante ay ang kalusugan at kaligtasan ng lahat.” “Nakakapang-hinayang man pero alam kong ito ang ika-bubuti ng lahat,” he added. Because of the year off, Andes says that having the season end this way hurts a little more. “[Sobrang sakit po]. Naghintay ako ng mahigit isang taon para bumawi at makabalik sa UAAP tapos ito pa nangyari,” he stated. Andes may not have been able to taste UAAP glory, but the speedy scorer says he’s grateful for the experiences he was able to go though during his five-year UAAP career, if this is indeed the end. “Hindi man ako nakaranas na maka-kuha ng championship, pero sa limang taon ko sa UAAP, sobrang grateful ko sa tiwalang ipinadama ng mga coaches, teammates, friends, at familiy ko, especially sa nanay ko. Sobrang thankful ako sa FEU na nag-bukas sa akin ng football opportunity at naging tahanan ko ng ilang taon.” “Sobrang pasasalamat ko din sa NU na nag-bigay sa akin ng pangalawang tahanan. Walang kapantay na saya. Napaka-raming maliit at malalaking bagay ang natutunan ko sa UAAP career ko,” Andes concluded.      “Sa totoo lang, talagang nasayangan ako nung nag-cancel na yung UAAP ng mga natitirang games, kasi unang-una, sayang yung one year o higit pa na preparation para lang dun,” shared University of the East goalkeeper Franklin Rieza, who could also be on his way out. “Sakin kasi, parang last ko na din, kaya sayang talaga.” If given the chance to return next year, Rieza added the he wouldn’t hesistate, especially if the team still needs him by then. “Depende na, kasi graduation na lang hinihintay ko for this year eh, pero kung kakailanganin pa ako sa team, bakit hindi?” Following their forgettable UAAP Season 81 campaign, senior University of Santo Tomas striker Conrado Dimacali was hoping that Season 82 would be a bounce-back season for himself and the Growling Tigers. “Siyempre una po nalulungkot ako kasi last year na namin nila [Aljireh] Fuchigami, AJ Pasion, Jayson Rafol, at Ralph Logornio. Kaming mga graduating, gusto namin bumawi dahil nung last year na nangyari sa amin na hindi kami naka-pasok sa top-4, kaso yun lang nga, dahil sa nangyayari ngayon, wala din kami magagawa, pero masakit talaga,” Dimacali expressed. “Sobrang nakakalungko talaga, hindi nami ine-expect na magiging ganito yung last year namin.” While the future remains unclear for seniors like Dimacali, he’s hoping for the best and hoping for another chance to don the blue and gold of Espanya. Whatever happens, it was still quite the memorable collegiate run for the Growling Tigers scorer. “Yung pinaka-memorable sa akin yung Season 80 kasi yun yung nasa Finals kami, kaso hindi lang talaga para sa amin yun. Yung natutunan ko bilang college player ay maging strong sa loob ng football field at i-command yung mga teammates ko ng maayos sa loob at labas ng football field.”  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 8th, 2020

PBA: Calvin knows what to do to get reinstated, says Marcial

It appears that Calvin Abueva is yet to complete his requirements that will allow him to be reinstated in the PBA. Phoenix's enigmatic star forward remains indefinitely suspended, with the PBA's new season barely a week away. Earlier in the week, PBA Commissioner Willie Marcial revealed than Abueva still has to accomplish things with regards to his punishment from last season. The Commissioner doubled down on those requirements Thursday, although the specifics of Abueva's requirements were not mentioned. "Alam naman niya may natapos na siya sa first stage, second stage na kaming gagawin for next week," Marcial said of Calvin. "Ako kung maari di ko sasabihin, pagpasensyahan niyo na. Pag natapos yun, i-recomment ko sa Governors kung ano yung recommendation ko," he added. Calvin's wife, Sam, aired her comments on social media regarding her husband's suspension.         View this post on Instagram                   post PARA SA LAHAT! Sana makarating sayo kung sino man ikaw?kayo? gusto ko lang sana malaman kung ano po ba ang basehan kung bakit hangang ngayon hindi parin nakakalaro ang asawa ko hindi pa ba sapat ang 9 na buwan para sa parusa na binigay niyo hindi pa ba sapat na lahat na apektuhan dahil sa pangyayare na to di pa ba sapat na pati 5 anak namin naapektuhan sa pangyayare na to di pa ba sapat na pati pamilya ng asawa ko sa pampanga nag sasakripisyo para dito? di pa ba sapat lahat ng yan para anong kadahilanan pala gusto ko lang sana maliwanagan sa dami ng nakita ko na pangyayare sa bawat player na may ginawa na hindi sang ayon sainyo na mas malala pa sa nagawa ng asawa ko eh patuloy parin nakakapag laro nagpapasalamat din ako sainyo dahil sa pangyayare na to madami talagang natutunan ang asawa ko madami siya mga bagay na nabago lalo na sa pagsasama namin bilang mag asawa kaya gusto ko lang malaman ano pa yan sinasabi niyo na pinapagawa niyo sknya na kayo lang may alam bakit wala naman kaming alam sa sinasabi niyong pinapagawa niyo kaya hindi pa matapos tapos ito. Pero sana maintindihan nyo may 5 kami anak na binubuhay.. hindi naman pwede naka hang lang kami hindi namin alam saan to papunta..sana ibukas niyo nalang sa publiko sa lahat ng mga fans sa lahat ng mga taong sumusuporta sainyo gumagastos nag iipon ng pera para lang bumili at mapanuod ang mga iniidolo nila karapatan nila malaman at maging parte ng laban na to mas maganda gawin publiko ang mga bagay na sinasabi niyo na pinapagawa niyo mas magandang malaman ng lahat ang mga hakbanh or paglilitis na sinasabi niyo kung bakit ganito katagal at kung bakit pati ang invitation ng national team sa asawa ko ay pinipigilan niyo hindi ba karapatan niya yun na lumaro para sa bansa niya at itayo ang bandera ng pilipinas? Karapatan ng lahat malaman ang basehan nito sa totoo tayo! SALAMAT PO ???????? #LETcalvinPLAY #UNLEASHtheBEAST #socialjustice #humanrights #pilipinas #katarungankarapatankaalaman @spinph @sports5.ph @abscbnsports @gmanetwork @pbaliveontv5 @pbaconnect A post shared by Salome Alejandra J. Abueva (@abueva_sam) on Feb 25, 2020 at 5:21pm PST Still, Marcial says that Calvin knows what he has to do to make his way back to the league. "Ginagalang ko naman opinyon niya," Marcial said of Sam. "Siguro kausapon niya si Calvin, si Calvin ang nakaka-alam ng lahat. Alam ni Calvin from the start anong gagawin namin," he added. As Abueva's suspension drags on, Marcial says he's just looking out for Calvin. "Pinoprotektahan ko rin si Calvin," the PBA Commissioner said. "Kasi di lang naman natin player yan eh, tinuturing kong kaibigan at malapit sakin si Calvin," Marcial added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 28th, 2020

Volleyball community unites for Jovelyn Gonzaga’s nephew

National team hitter Jovelyn Gonzaga was thankful for the overwhelming support from fellow volleyball players and volleyball fans for her nephew who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. The local volleyball community united to extend financial help for Gonzaga’s three-year old nephew Calix Vander or CV.      “Sobrang overwhelming ng volleyball community,” said the opposite hitter on Thursday during the welcome dinner for the ASEAN Grand Prix second leg in Crimson Hotel in Alabang. “Ang dami nga nagme-message na ganito lang ang maitutulong ko. Walang konting tulong, pag pinagsama-sama ‘yun napakalaking bagay. And prayers, sabi ko prayers niyo napakalaking bagay na ‘yun para sa pamangkin ko.” Hi VB Community! We are organizing another jersey auction for ate @JOVZKIE08 and her nephew, Calix Vander, who's been recently diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. This auction will be participated in by both PSL and PVL players. Hope we can all support this cause. ????????? pic.twitter.com/eE8eyOAeKW — Carmela Tunay (@carmelaloo08) October 3, 2019 Gonzaga said that CV had undergone numerous check-ups the past month and was hospitalized for two weeks before the doctors found out that it was leukemia. “Almost more than a month na ‘yung check-ups niya tapos na-hospital na rin siya for more than two weeks, muntik na nga akong hindi sumama ng Thailand (ASEAN Grand Prix first leg) kasi gusto ko siyang tutukan pero hindi pwede kasi may commitment ako kata tuluy-tuloy ang monitor ko sa kanya,” said Gonzaga. “At that time ang dami niyang test eh,” continued the enlisted Army personnel. “Kasi unang finding sa kanya, may namuong bukol sa heart niya pero doon na na-find out na may problema siya sa dugo. So ang daming test, bone marrow test, biopsy and all. Hanggang sa nalaman na may leukemia.” It was her friends Carmela Tunay of Petron and Cignal teammate Rachel Anne Daquis who started a fund-raising campaign for CV.    “Thankful ako kasi that time mga two weeks pa lang na-admit si CV, nag-message na si Mela sa akin,” said Gonzaga. “Sobrang blessing ni Mela at ni ate Rachel Daquis.” “Actually sila talaga ‘yung nagri-reach out sa akin na, ‘ate, if ever gusto mong magpa-auction’ kasi dati nagpa-acution na rin siya para kay Ian Larriba,” Gonzaga added. “So sabi ko sa kanya, ‘sige beh lapitan kita’ kasi that time wala pang final confirmation sa sakit ng pamangkin ko eh.’” Daquis, according to Gonzaga, has been helping her since CV got sick. “Si ate Rachel naman, mula noong nagkasakit si CV, sobrang nagnaga-update na siya sa akin na kung ano ang matutulong niya, gagawa daw siya ng videos para humingi ng tulong sa mga tao,” said Gonzaga. “And ngayong araw nga nagbigay na ako ng go signal kasi magsa-start na ‘yung cycle ng chemo. Sobrang laki pala ng gagastusin, every cycle umaabot na siya ng 100k. Maliban sa chemo madami pa siyang tests kasi mino-monitor ang progress niya.” Gonzaga said that her brother, CV’s father, will open a bank account on Friday where people can deposit their donations and will post the details on her social media account......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 3rd, 2019

PVL: Tatapusin namin ang laban -- Bombita

BaliPure star Grazielle Bombita was already suffering from leg cramps in the third frame of the Water Defenders’ Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Open Conference match against Air Force on Wednesday. With BaliPure looking to arrest a two-game skid, Bombita refused to give in to pain. “Third set po naramdaman ko na siya lalo na kapag tumatalon parang may tumutusok. Nire-relax ko lang. Sabi ko, ‘Wag, wag!’ Tapos nung huli na doon na po talaga masakit kapag bumabagsak na,” said Bombita. The Bicolana hitter played through cramps and delivered an impressive performance that fueled the Water Defenders’ 26-24, 16-25, 25-19, 17-25, 17-15, win that gave BaliPure its first-ever win of the season.   “Sabi ko hindi pwede, hindi pwede. Sabi nga ni sir, ‘Kung kaya pa?’ Sabi ko, ‘Kaya pa! Kaya po, tatapusin po namin ang laban. Walang bibitaw,’” Bombita said. Bombita displayed an all-around performance as she finished with 23 points and 15 digs for BaliPure, which went winless in the season-opening Reinforced Conference. Bombita showed great heart in the fifth set when she hammered the match point advantage, 16-15, but went down in pain because of leg cramp. She shook it off and continued playing before Air Force yielded the match when Dell Palomata committed an attack error. “Sobrang sarap. Para sa amin para kaming nag-champion,” said Bombita of their win. “Nakaka-high morale po. Ganito pala pakiramdam ng nananalo. Kaya kailangang doblehin pa ang ginagawa namin and nakaka-boost ng confidence.” The win also took the monkey of BaliPure’s back and made the Water Defenders regain their confidence. “Sobra kaming natuto sa mga laro namin. To be honest, nakaka-low morale sa amin talaga dahil sa bottom kami,” she said. “At least ngayon masasabi namin na kaya din naman pala naming manalo.” “Kailangan lang talaga naming ilaban hanggang huli and kailangan naming maniwala sa kakayanan namin na kaya namin,” added Bombita. “’Yung tiwalang ibinibigay sa amin kailangan naming i-give back, na kailangan naming patunayan na di lang kaming puro salita, kailangang manalo.”   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 21st, 2019

Dito ko na lang ilalabas ‘yung mga natutunan ko -- Domingo

Seldom-used and struggling for a share of playing time in a stacked Creamline squad, Celine Domingo sees the 2019 Thailand Open Sealect Tuna Championships as a chance to showcase what she can do on the court. The UAAP Season 80 Best Blocker will skipper the very young national women’s under-23 volleyball team in the prestigious invitational tourney scheduled on July 4 to 10. “Sobrang malaki [para sa career ko] kasi first time ko to e,” said Domingo on Thursday after the squad’s training session at the Arellano University gym in Taft Avenue. Domingo has seen limited minutes in her first stint with the defending champion Cool Smashers in the Premier Volleyball League Season 3 Reinforced Conference.   “Siyempre hindi ako masyadong ganoon nakakalaro sa Creamline, dito ko na lang ilalabas ‘yung mga natutunan kay Coach Tai (Bundit) and 'yung mga matututunan ko kay Coach Tina (Salak) and Coach Kungfu (Reyes),” added Domingo. The Far Eastern University standout was named team captain of the squad with Isa Molde, who was the skipper of the U-23 pool, unavailable due to her stint with Motolite in the PVL. “Sobrang nagulat [ako sa pagkakapili] kasi bago lang naman ako dito then ako kaagad ‘yug binigyan ng ganito kalaking responsibility,” said Domingo. “Na-overwhelm din ako and thankful kasi pinagkatiwalaan ako ni coach Kungfu na i-handle ‘yung team.” With the majority of the 14-woman roster playing in the international scene for the first time, Domingo said that Reyes is not putting too much pressure on the squad. They are looking to gain experience in the tournament that showcases national and club teams from Asia.        “Sabi ni coach Kungfu hindi naman niya kami ipe-pressure na magkaroon ng target kasi puro mga bata kami,” she said. “Halos lahat sa amin first time maglaro international. Sabi lang niya maglaro lang kami ng maayos and ipakita namin kung ano yung kaya naming gawin. ‘Pag nanalo kami bonus na lang yun.” Included in the roster are University of Sto. Tomas players Mafe Galanza, Kecelyn Galdones, Ysa Jimenez, setter Maji Mangulabnan, Rachelle Roldan, Imee Hernandez, and Janna Torres. Rossie Rosier and Jewel Encarnacion of University of the Philippines, FEU’s Ivanna Agudo and Lyann De Guzman, Justine Jazareno of De La Salle University and UAAP Season 81 high school Most Valuable Player Angel Canino of De La Salle-Zobel. The team will fly to Thailand on July 3.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 27th, 2019

PBA: Arwind on top-6: 'Hindi pa naman sarado yung pinto'

San Miguel Beer is 2-4 in the 2019 PBA Commissioner's Cup after Wednesday's loss. That's only good for 10th place in the team standings now. If the playoffs started tomorrow, the Beermen are out. Two of San Miguel's losses were over 30 points, including Wednesday's 36-point beatdown at the hands of Magnolia. Still, the Beermen are not done just yet and they plan on rising at least four spots to get into a first-round series against whoever. "Tingin ko mayroon pa [chance for top-6]. Pwede pa naman," forward Arwind Santos said. "Hindi pa naman sarado yung pinto doon sa part na yan," he added. The Beermen have failed to get any traction in the Commissioner's Cup so far as every win is immediately followed with a lackluster performance. San Miguel still has some time to fix things up but change will have to come from within. "Tingin ko may mga decisions na medyo minsan nako-confuse kami na akala namin ganito, iba pala," Santos said. "Kailangan namin maayos yun," he added.     — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 27th, 2019

Suspek sa pagnanakaw sa bahay ni Xian di pa rin nahuhuli; dumepensa sa pa-house tour ng mga artista

WALA pa rin palang resulta ang imbestigasyon sa pagnanakaw sa bahay ng aktor na si Xian Lim. Halos dalawang buwan na ang nakararaan mula nang maganap ang insidente pero bokya pa rin. Ito ang nabanggit ng aktor sa ilang miyembro ng media at bloggers kamakailan. “Ganu’n ‘yung proseso, I guess you just file na ganito […] The post Suspek sa pagnanakaw sa bahay ni Xian di pa rin nahuhuli; dumepensa sa pa-house tour ng mga artista appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 4th, 2021

YouTuber ipinagkakalat na nakabuntis si Joshua kaya ikakasal na; Ogie Diaz nagbabala

HINDI pinalampas ni Ogie Diaz ang ibinalita ng isang vlogger na ikakasal na ang panganay na anak ni Kris Aquino na si Joshua dahil nakabuntis umano ito. Sa YouTube channel nitong Ogie Diaz Showbiz Update kasama si Mama Loi ay nagulat ang kilalang talent manager-vlogger sa balita. “’Yung YouTuber na Showbiz Chikka na parang ganito […] The post YouTuber ipinagkakalat na nakabuntis si Joshua kaya ikakasal na; Ogie Diaz nagbabala appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 3rd, 2021

Crisha Uy sa pag-amin nina Joem at Meryll: Nagalit ako…sampal sa mukha na tama pala ‘yung hinala ko noon

“NAGALIT ako,” ang pag-amin ng vlogger na si Crisha Uy nang mabasa ang balita tungkol sa pagbabalikan ng ex-boyfriend niyang si Joem Bascon at ng aktres na si Meryll Soriano. Sa bago niyang vlog sa YouTube, sinabi ni Crisha na alam na niyang magkakaroon na ng baby ang celebrity couple bago pa nila ito ibandera […] The post Crisha Uy sa pag-amin nina Joem at Meryll: Nagalit ako…sampal sa mukha na tama pala ‘yung hinala ko noon appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 18th, 2021

Ara sa proposal ni Dave: Iba pala yung feeling…is this happening? Am I dreaming?

“PARANG makalutang ako, kasi kapag nanonood ako ng mga proposal videos, naiiyak talaga ako!” Ito ang pahayag ni Ara Mina na hindi pa rin makapaniwala na engaged na siya kay Philippine International Trading Corporation (PITC) Undersecretary Dave Almarinez. Nagkuwento ang aktres pati na rin si Dave tungkol sa naganap na marriage proposal sa pamamagitan ng isang […] The post Ara sa proposal ni Dave: Iba pala yung feeling…is this happening? Am I dreaming? appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 17th, 2021

Janella, Markus wala pang balak magpakasal: Yung focus namin is to raise Baby Jude muna

WALA pang kasalang magaganap sa pagitan nina Markus Patterson at Janella Salvador dahil mas gusto muna nilang mag-focus bilang parents kay Baby Jude. Sa panayam ni MJ Felipe kay Janella sa “TV Patrol” ipinaliwanag ng magkasintahan kung bakit ganito ang naging desisyon nila. “Wala pa, hindi pa kami nagmamadali about that. For now, ‘yung focus […] The post Janella, Markus wala pang balak magpakasal: Yung focus namin is to raise Baby Jude muna appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 7th, 2021

Bossing ng ABS-CBN hiyang-hiya kina John Lloyd at Bea; teleserye ng KathNiel kasado na sa 2021

DAHIL sa COVID-19 pandemic kaya hindi natuloy ang reunion movie nina John Lloyd Cruz at Bea Alonzo na kukunan sana sa Florence, Italy. Ito’y ididirek ni Cathy Garcia-Molina under Star Cinema. Ito pala ‘yung nabanggit ni direk Cathy sa huling zoom interview namin para sa fundraising project niyang “Pakpak ng Pangarap” noong Oktubre. May pelikula […] The post Bossing ng ABS-CBN hiyang-hiya kina John Lloyd at Bea; teleserye ng KathNiel kasado na sa 2021 appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 21st, 2020

Robi nag-promise sa MayWard: Wala akong pakialam kung sino kayo sa showbiz, pero…

MAY ipinangako pala ang Kapamilya TV host na si Robi Domingo sa magka-loveteam na sina Edward Barber at Maymay Entrata. Ready daw anytime ang binata na tumulong at sumuporta kung sakaling hihingin ito sa kanya ng MayWard. Naging malapit sa isa’t isa sina Robi at Edward dahil sa “Pinoy Big Brother Lucky 7” (2016). Naging […] The post Robi nag-promise sa MayWard: Wala akong pakialam kung sino kayo sa showbiz, pero… appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 27th, 2020

Maja nagpakatotoo lang: Lahat ng mga regalo ng ex ko, binebenta ko

DIRETSAHANG inamin ni Maja Salvador sa harap ng boyfriend niyang si Rambo Nuñez na binenta niya ang regalo nitong desktop computer. Ito raw yung panahon na naghiwalay na sila ni Rambo, sey ni Maja sa recent episode ng “Star Lounge” ng Star Magic with Robi Domingo. Ipinaliwanag muna ni Rambo kung bakit desktop computer ang […] The post Maja nagpakatotoo lang: Lahat ng mga regalo ng ex ko, binebenta ko appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 12th, 2020

Neri Naig, bagsak sa dami ng trabaho. Chito todo alaga sa asawa

“Bagsak.” Ganito ang deskripsyon ni Parokya ni Edgar frontman Chito Miranda sa kanyang asawang si Neri Naig. Sa kanyang Instagram post noong Biyernes, sinabi ni Chito na walang tigil sa pagtatrabaho si Neri sa nakaraang dalawang araw. “Tuluy-tuloy na meetings, deadlines, live stream events, talks and demos, online classes, at yung recent launch ng kanyang […] The post Neri Naig, bagsak sa dami ng trabaho. Chito todo alaga sa asawa appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 10th, 2020