When you are a celebrity, it is not impossible for you to have special privileges. For them, there’s no such thing as long lines and waiting hours, because they have numerous assistants to do their jobs. That’s why, it is quite rare for us to see huge names roaming in public. But for “It’s Showtime” host, Vice Ganda, he doesn’t mind to wait in line inside a famous fast food chain to order his food. He was recently spotted by the public as he ordered inside McDonald’s.
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The 42-year-old comedian immediately drawn attention inside the fast food chain. As expected, people immediately rushed to him to take selfies and videos.
Besides the customers, the crew inside McDonald’s have also been thrilled by the arrival of the host. Not only that they were amazed to see him, they were also happy to see how humble he still is even though he has already achieved so much. It can’t be denied that Vice keeps his feet on the ground, especially that he grew up having a simple life. He is also known to be grateful with all his achievements and always gives credit to his fans for supporting him.
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After he ordered in the fast food chain, he then decided to eat kwek-kwek or coated quail eggs with his fans outside the store. He uploaded his video as he enjoyed his food with the locals. Vice also stressed how he loves the street food and that he is happy to be able to eat it once again.
Besides his humble acts, Vice also made noise after he slammed a netizen who criticized his couture gown during the recent ABS-CBN Ball. Upon uploading his photo on Instagram, a netizen said that the network and its celebrities should have donated their funds to charities. The “Gandang Gabi Vice” host immediately defended himself by saying:
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“At kung tumulong ka rin sana kesa magbunganga at mang nega baka nakadagdag ka sa mga nalikom na pera. Just saying. No hate,” he wrote.