Kris Aquino shares 'tampo' with Vice Ganda

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Monday, January 13, 2014

QUEEN of All Media Kris Aquino revealed the recent Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) affected her friendship with comedian Vice Ganda but things are okay now between them.

In a "Buzz ng Bayan" and "Kris TV" interview with Boy Abunda, the female television host shared she and Vice had a short "tampuhan" over the rivalry of their two films, "My Little Bossings," featuring her son Bimby, and Vice's "Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy."

"Let's be honest, siyempre may effect sa amin," Kris said.


She disclosed that Vice texted her on Christmas Eve, the day before the opening of the festival, but she decided not to immediately return the message.

"The night before mag-showing, he texted me. He said 'whatever happens, know that I love you ha.' Hindi ko pa siya sinagot nun kasi na-affect naman ako sa paulit-ulit niyang sinabi na 'Kris, tatalunin ka namin," Kris said.

Vice said in jest that he told Kris his movie will top the MMFF box-office.

"Sinasabi ko sa kaniya na 'Congrats number 2 ka ha.' Ang reaksyon niya? 'I hate you, I hate you. Tie na lang tayo.' Sabi ko 'imposible, walang tie diyan no,'" she said.

But the comedian was fast in clarifying that there's no rivalry between them and they offer different things to the viewing public.

Vice Ganda said, "Wala talagang kompetisyon, walang ganun sa amin."

Kris, meanwhile, shared she talked to Vice over the phone days after the said "tampuhan." She said they were able to iron out things before the MMFF Awards Night last December 28, 2013.

"I was honest, sabi ko 'Ikaw naman, sa promo, kailangan pa bang banggitin ako. Sabi ko tanggap ko naman," said Kris.

"Sabi ko, 'Tapos na yan ha. Sabi niya 'oo naman nagulat lang ako na ganun sila kalakas.' Sabi ko, 'bata e,'" she added.

According to Kris, the "tampuhan" is now in the past and they're still best of friends.

"Ang friendship siguro goes through phases and this was a rivalry. Naisip ko na lang na happy we all won, we all made money," Kris said.

Meanwhile, Kris also thanked Comedy Queen Ai-Ai delas Alas for the support she has shown Bimby and child star Ryzza Mae Dizon even before "My Little Bossings" premiered on the big screen.

"I just have to say thank you to her because she's so giving. Yung binigay niyang suporta sa amin ay kung tutuusin the festival has been hers for so long. That matters a lot kasi naramdaman ko yung sincere na wish na maging successful ito," she ended. (Sunnex)


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