Monday, December 13, 2010

Regine Velasquez Scandal

In her interview with Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho last Saturday, November 28, 2010, Regine Velasquez told Jesica that she and Ogie Alcasid have been living in together for quite sometime and that getting married with him won't shock her anymore.

So the rumor is true!

Regine and Jessica had a great time while doing the interview. Jessica Soho said that it was her fervent dream to land an interview with Asia's songbird and she was ecstatic that at last she got the opportunity.

Here are some tidbits that they had discussed.
1. Regine's had already broke a glass because of her ever so high pitched voice.
2. Regine does not wear bra because she had difficulty breathing.
3. Regine loves high heels but easily gets tired so she used to sit in her concerts when she's already tired or just throw away her shoes and go barefoot.
4. Regine and Ogie have been living in together for quite sometime.
5. Regine was excited to get married to Ogie Alcasid.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Who is Rolando Mendoza?

On August 23, 2010, Rolando Mendoza hijacked a tourist bus parked near Manila’s Rizal Park. Despite winning an award as Jaycees International’s Ten Outstanding Policemen of the Philippines (TOPP) in 1986, the police officer who held hostage a busload of Chinese tourists from Hong Kong in Manila was dismissed from the service earlier this year for extortion and for forcing a chef to swallow “shabu.”

According to records in Camp Crame, Senior Inspector Rolando Del Rosario Mendoza was dismissed by Office of the Ombudsman early in January together with four other policemen. They were stripped of their retirement benefits. Mendoza was also disqualified from holding any position in the government service.
Along with Mendoza, also dismissed were Police Officer 3 Wilson Matic Gavino, Inspector Nelson Ubano Lagasca, Senior Police Officer 1 Nestor Reyes David and Police Officer 2 Roderick Salva Lopeña.

The Ombudsman found Mendoza and the others guilty of grave misconduct for allegedly extorting P20,000 from Christian Kalaw, a chef of the Mandarin Hotel. According to records of the case, Mendoza and the other policemen accosted Kalaw for illegal parking, driving without license and use of illegal drugs two years ago in Manila.

On April 9, 2008, Kalaw parked his car along Vito Cruz and was accosted by the policemen. They accused Kalaw of being a drug user and tried to extort P3,000 from him. The records also said Kalaw was forced by the policemen to swallow a sachet full of shabu while they were trying to extort P20,000 from the chef at the headquarters of the Mobile Patrol Unit of the Manila Police District.

Administrative charges against Mendoza were filed on April 25, 2008, after which he was relieved as chief of the Mobile Patrol Unit.

But on October 17, 2008, the Philippine National Police (PNP) Internal Affairs Service (IAS) recommended the dismissal of the case after Kalaw failed to attend the dismissal proceedings.

In August of the same year, the Manila Prosecutors Office Eighth Division also dismissed the case after Kalaw failed to appear during the preliminary proceedings of the case.

In 1986, the Jaycees International awarded Mendoza its Ten Outstanding Policemen of the Philippines (TOPP) award.

According to his personal data sheet, he has garnered 17 awards and commendations from the PNP, including multiple citations of the Medalya ng Papuri (PNP Medal of Commendation), the PNP Badge of Honor, the Medalya ng Kasanayan (PNP Efficiency Medal), Medalya ng Kagalingan (PNP Merit Medal) and the Medalya ng Paglilingkod (PNP Service Medal), and a Letter of Commendation.

Mendoza lists his address inside the Camp Ricardo Papa police camp in Bicutan, Taguig.

He was born on January 10, 1955 in Naic, Cavite. He has two sons and a daughter with wife Aurora, who are now based in Banadero, Tanauan, Batangas. He was supposed to retire next year. One of his sons, Bismarck, is deputy chief of the Bangued police station in Abra with a rank of inspector. He was reported to have taken a trip to Manila when he heard of the hostage-taking.

Mendoza graduated from the Philippine College of Criminology with a BS degree in Criminology.
He entered the PNP in April 1981 as a patrolman through the defunct Integrated National Police (INP). In January 1991, he was absorbed into the PNP with the rank of Senior Police Officer 3 with the Western Police District (WPD), now known as the Manila Police District. He was promoted to Inspector in May 2002 and as a Senior Inspector in August 2005.

In June 2008 a few months after Kalaw filed charges against him, Mendoza was shipped out to the provincial police office of the Autonomous Region for Muslim Mindanao (ARMM). But this reassignment never materialized as he served a 90-day suspension.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Wish ni Boybastos

Isang araw, dahil sa sobrang bastos ni Boy Bastos, kinulam siya ng isang mangkukulam (siyempre, ano pa ba yung kukulam sa kanya) at pinaliit ang tite niya. Naging ga-munggo na lang yung tite niya!!! Isang taon daw siyang magiging ganito.

Ngayon, syempre na bad-trip siya, kase pare *beep* naman, kahit sino kulamin mo at gawing ga-munggo lang yung tite eh ma-ba bad trip, diba? Kaya siyempre nagtanong-tanong siya sa mga matatanda sa kanya
kung paano maaalis yung kulam sa kanya.

Sabi ng lola niya, "Ahh, alam ko na. Pumunta ka sa ikapitong gubat ng  ikapitong bundok pagkatawid ng ikapitong ilog. Doon, meron kang makikitang matandang ermitanyo. Ngayon, merong ipapagawa sa yo yung
ermitanyo, tapos, pwede ka nang mag-wish."

Kaya pumunta si Boy Bastos sa ikapitong gubat ng ikapitong bundok pagkatawid ng ikapitong ilog. Pagdating niya doon, meron siyang nakitang matandang unano na nakaupo sa isang bato. Kinausap ito ni Boy Bastos.

Boy Bastos: A, eh, mama, kayo ho ba yung matandang ermitanyo?

Matanda: Oo, amang, ako nga yon.

Boy Bastos: E, pwede niyo ho ba akong tulungan?

Matanda: Oo, pero meron ipapagawa muna ako sa yo.

Boy Bastos: Ano po iyon?

Matanda: Pwede ba kitang tirahin sa pwet?

(Sandali, hindi pa yun yung joke!)

Nag-isip si Boy Bastos. Hindi naman siguro malaki yung tite nitong matandang to, eh wala pa atang 3 feet tong unanong to e. Kesa naman isang taong ga-munggo yung t1t1 niya diba.

Boy Bastos: Sige ho payag na ko!

Matanda: O sige, tuwad na!

Tumuwad si Boy Bastos. Inilabas ng matanda yung t1t1 niya, nagulat si Boy Bastos dahil, p*tang ina pare kasing laki ng dalawang brasong pinagdikit yung tite ng matandang unano. Sige tsong, ipagdikit mo
yung mga braso mo. Yung mga kamao mo, ganyan kalaki yung ulo nung etits ng malibog na matandang *beep*.

Hindi na nakahindi si Boy Bastos dahil naunahan na siya ng matanda. Binanatan ng matanda yung pwet ni Boy Bastos nang halos tatlong oras non-stop! Siguro, ngayon, pagkatapos nito, wala nang tunog ang utot
ni Boy Bastos. Wala nang friction eh.

Pagkatapos, kinausap ni Boy Bastos ang matanda na abot-tenga ang ngiti.

Boy Bastos: Eh, mama, ngayon ho, pwede na ba akong mag-wish?

Matanda: Ala eh, amang naman, pagkatanda mo na e naniniwala ka pa sa mga wish-wish?

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's Farewell Address

Below is the full text of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's speech aired over television and radio stations.

"My fellow Filipinos,

We come together tonight as we approach a hallmark of democracy for our great nation the smooth transition of power to a new leader.

We have just come through a historic election. It was open and it was modern.

As a result, we were able to declare winners in hours and days rather than weeks and months. The face of politics in our nation has changed forever.

Tonight, I once again congratulate president-elect Aquino and vice president-elect Binay.

Nine years ago, I came to the presidency at a time of great turmoil in our nation. I accepted the challenge of the office when it was thrust upon me.

At that time, our country was reeling from political intrigue and a distressed economy.

We set to work to reform our economy and invest in our people. Along the way, we had to make unpopular choices such as raising taxes but we did so against the odds for a very simple reason: we had to have new money for more and better healthcare, education, and job creation.

We needed new and better roads, bridges, ports and a technology backbone to attract new businesses and investors to create new jobs.

Through hard work, determination and a clear plan of action, we helped achieve many of these objectives.

As a result, we have had 37 quarters of uninterrupted economic growth even against the headwinds of a major global recession.

Look around you in our cities as you drive by the office towers that have changed the skyline.

Look around you in our provinces as you drive along the roads, bridges and Ro-Ro ports where we have made massive investments.

This is the face of change.

Eighty-five percent of our people now have access to Philhealth insurance, over a hundred thousand classrooms have been built and nine-million jobs have been created.

We developed the call-center industry almost from scratch. Today there are 500,000 call-center and BPO jobs when only 5,000 existed when I took office.

Yet, these accomplishments are merely part of the continuum of history.

The gains I made were built on the efforts of previous leaders. Each successive government must build on the successes and progress of the previous one.

Advance the programs that work and leave behind those that don't.

I feel confident that we are leaving this nation much stronger than I came to office but I leave that for history to judge.

Tonight, I call on everyone to unite behind our new leaders. I am optimistic and I am hopeful about our future yet until every Filipino child is born to a family free of poverty, we cannot rest.

We must always set our sights on the future and keep an eye on improving our economy, investing in people and building bridges, not just bridges of iron and steel but bridges between people, generations and governments.

The bridges we must build to the future rest on the hard work, grace and compassion of our people.

The people of our nation are our greatest asset.

You are the backbone that drives our nation forward everyday.

From the fisherman to the farmer, to the taxi driver and the teacher, we are a nation of industrious, hardworking people.

I thank each and everyone for your contribution to help the Philippines achieve our potential.

This time next week I will be moving into new phase of life leading a quieter public role.

We're all on a journey together. As our nation moves forward let us all join hands in unity and walk confidently towards a better tomorrow.

From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for giving me the honor and privilege of serving you.

Malaking karangalan ang makapag-lingkod sa sambayanan bilang Pangulo.

Sa inyong lahat na napag-silbihan ko sa mahirap ngunit makasaysayang landas, maraming maraming salamat."

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Pamana ni Gloria sa bayan – English Version

1) The first Chief Executive to be formally accused in Congress of cheating, lying and stealing.


2) The highest level of public debt (P6 trillion) and the biggest amount of foreign borrowing (more than Presidents Corazon Aquino, Fidel Ramos and Joseph Estrada combined).
Pamana ni Gloria sa bayan – The Negative side
Pamana ni Gloria sa bayan – English Version
Pamana ni Gloria sa bayan – The Positive side
3) The biggest number of downgrades of American, British and Japanese credit rating firms.

4) The No. 2 most corrupt country in Asia in a survey of 102 countries according to the World Economic Forum and Asian Development Bank. Now also confirmed in the CBCP statement calling for “reforms” in her “graft-ridden” government. Estimates of amounts lost to corruption reach as high as P200 billion.

5) The most dangerous place for journalists in the whole world, 2nd only to war-torn Iraq according to the New York- based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and earlier the London based ICJ. And the killings of judges, prosecutors and lawyers are also common. Index crimes are up 15 percent over last year.

6) The new shabu-manufacturing center in Asia with the number of drug users multiplying rapidly. Marijuana plantations in the highlands are increasing.

7) The harshest repression of freedom of speech and of assembly topped by a no permit, no rally policy. Control of media is Malacañang's policy.

8) The highest unemployment rate (20.3 percent adult unemployment rate as reported by SWS) and the highest underemployment rate (26 percent) including the collapse of the garment industry. UP Economics professor Dr. Ernesto Pernia found out that with 1.4 million new entrants to the labor force yearly, GMA created only 800,000 new jobs annually, many of them casual or part-time.

9) The weakest link in the war on terror and the loss of standing and respect in the international community accompanied by a deterioration of US-Philippine relations. Mindanao has been tagged as a terrorist training ground.

10) The most expensive and the most fraudulent elections held ever on May 10, 2004, now documented on tape and prefabricated election returns and certificates of canvass. A ranking DBM official has now revealed that P750 million was released to PhilHealth before the elections and more than P3 billion has been spent for the alagaan mo ang kalsada natin election gimmicks.

11) The fastest deterioration in the poverty line from 32 percent under President Erap to 53 percent in four years of GMA with a Ph.D. in Economics. Hunger stalks the land with 58 percent saying they are not eating properly, with many saying they eat only once a day. Many are even selling their bodies or their organs just to survive.

12) Interference with the Supreme Court and other inferior courts highlighted by mediocre appointments to the judiciary stressing political paybacks and personal loyalty to GMA.

13) The most number of casinos and gambling establishments and proliferation of gambling operations nationwide topped by an importation of 60,000 slot machines and a jueteng payola reaching billions of pesos. We are now one big gambling parlor.

14) The highest dollar-peso exchange rate (P56.50 to $1).

15) The highest importation of rice over a four-year period (about 6,000 metric tons) indicating a failure in agriculture and agrarian reform amid claims of billions in kickbacks.

16) The highest prices of oil products ever (P33.80 per liter for premium).

17) The most number of foreign and domestic trips by a President accompanied by a big entourage, a big travel budget.

18) The most number of adverse travel advisories released by foreign governments against travel to the Philippines.

19) The largest number of retired AFP and PNP officers appointed to civilian positions.

20) The biggest number of doctors, nurses, managers, professionals, even domestics and caregivers leaving the country with 7,000 braving death or injury in Iraq. An estimated 10,000 doctors have left or about to leave the country as nurses.

21) The biggest percentage increase of service and clearance fees, toll (3,000 percent), license fees, ever imposed by any administration. You even have to pay to enter an NBI office.

22) The lowest amount ($14 million) of foreign investment in any given year aggravated by the departure of major investors for China such as FedEx lately.

23) The biggest number of pyramid scams, pre-need plans, bankruptcy, thereby a failure to protect the consumer.

24) Condemnation by the German government and business associations on the Fraport-Piatco issue.

25) The Peace Bonds scam giving away P1.3 billion to Code NGO and incurring a P35 billion additional debt in the process.

26) The biggest amount of unpaid pensions to AFP and PNP retirees (P17 billion). And unpaid DPWH contracts.

27) The biggest importer of used cars and tax-free luxury cars highlighting a record of smuggling.
Pamana ni Gloria sa bayan – The Negative side
Pamana ni Gloria sa bayan – English Version
Pamana ni Gloria sa bayan – The Positive side
28) The emergence of fake US treasury bills, fake dollar and peso bills, fake drugs, fake CDs and VCDs, fake brand name products, fake recruiters, fake passports, topped by a fake President, fake Vice President and fake senators. And now a fake impeachment complaint.

29) The first President to send her spouse into exile.

30) The first President whose Sona address is boycotted by a big number of senators and congressmen.



What do all these amount to? A failure of governance by the worst administration in our 107-year history.

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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Gretchen Barretto wardrobe malfunction


Are you looking for Gretchen Barretto breast / boobs scandal?  Are you in search of the pictures and video download of Gretchen Barretto wardrobe malfunction?

This time it is Gretchen Barretto’s turn to be involved in a wardrobe malfunction where her breast was exposed when her gown was pulled down by the wheel of a motorbike during the taping of her upcoming teleserye “Magkaribal”.  The Gretchen Barretto breast scandal happened in a scene with her newest on-screen partner Derek Ramsay.

During the taping, Gretchen’s red gown was caught in a wheel of a moving bike, that pulled down her gown. Derek was driving the motorbike.

“We are on a motorbike. Gretchen is looking beautiful at the back of the bike with her long gown and we are trying to get this effect na we will fly by the camera with dress,” Derek said.

“Nakayakap ako sa inyo. Maya maya nakaganoon na ako (leaning backward). Akala ko may humihila. ‘Yon pala yong tire inipit ‘yong gown tapos sumigaw ako. In other words, nahubaran ako,” Gretchen said.

Gretchen said that she’s just thankful that she and Derek were not hurt in the incident. What makes her sad, though, was her expensive red gown, which according to reports, is worth P80,000.

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Thursday, May 13, 2010

7 Things to Stop Doing Now on Facebook

by Consumer Reports Magazine
Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Using a Weak Password
Avoid simple names or words you can find in a dictionary, even with numbers tacked on the end. Instead, mix upper- and lower-case letters, numbers, and symbols. A password should have at least eight characters. One good technique is to insert numbers or symbols in the middle of a word, such as this variant on the word "houses": hO27usEs!
Leaving Your Full Birth Date in Your Profile
It's an ideal target for identity thieves, who could use it to obtain more information about you and potentially gain access to your bank or credit card account. If you've already entered a birth date, go to your profile page and click on the Info tab, then on Edit Information. Under the Basic Information section, choose to show only the month and day or no birthday at all.
Overlooking Useful Privacy Controls
For almost everything in your Facebook profile, you can limit access to only your friends, friends of friends, or yourself. Restrict access to photos, birth date, religious views, and family information, among other things. You can give only certain people or groups access to items such as photos, or block particular people from seeing them. Consider leaving out contact info, such as phone number and address, since you probably don't want anyone to have access to that information anyway.
Posting Your Child's Name in a Caption
Don't use a child's name in photo tags or captions. If someone else does, delete it by clicking on Remove Tag. If your child isn't on Facebook and someone includes his or her name in a caption, ask that person to remove the name.
Mentioning That You'll Be Away From Home
That's like putting a "no one's home" sign on your door. Wait until you get home to tell everyone how awesome your vacation was and be vague about the date of any trip.
Letting Search Engines Find You
To help prevent strangers from accessing your page, go to the Search section of Facebook's privacy controls and select Only Friends for Facebook search results. Be sure the box for public search results isn't checked.
Permitting Youngsters to Use Facebook Unsupervised
Facebook limits its members to ages 13 and over, but children younger than that do use it. If you have a young child or teenager on Facebook, the best way to provide oversight is to become one of their online friends. Use your e-mail address as the contact for their account so that you receive their notifications and monitor their activities. "What they think is nothing can actually be pretty serious," says Charles Pavelites, a supervisory special agent at the Internet Crime Complaint Center. For example, a child who posts the comment "Mom will be home soon, I need to do the dishes" every day at the same time is revealing too much about the parents' regular comings and goings.
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Friday, April 23, 2010

Pamintuan branded as 'trying hard'

Mayor Francis "Blueboy" Nepomuceno branded comebacking mayor Edgardo "EdPam" Pamintuan as "trying hard" following latter's challenge for a public debate.

“He is now desperate and he is aiming for a lucky punch. But I will not give that chance. Noong 1998, ibinigay ko pa lamang ang kaliwa ko pero natalo siya. Ngayon dahil ‘trying hard’ siya, ibibigay ko na ang kanang kamay ko,” said Nepomuceno.

“With all the issues concocted in a poison letter crafted by one of my rivals, there is no need to debate,” he added.

The mayor said: “Elections is not won by who is the best debater. In Angeles City, the mayoralty is won by solid performance, which includes visible projects and programs for community development.”

“He can salivate all he wants in his vaunted eloquence but that will not erase his bleak performance in his two terms. I am building a sports center and he has not even constructed a waiting shed in his six-year administration,” added Nepomuceno.

He furthered: “This debate thing, like debate challenges hurled against presidential frontrunners Manny Villar and Noynoy Aquino by the lesser rivals is a clear attempt at a lucky punch.”

Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on April 22, 2010.

Monday, April 5, 2010

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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Anne Curtis Swimsuit Malfunction (PHOTOS)

The most controversial and latest gossip of celebrities, Anne Curtis Nipple Slip Scandal in Asap XV show live in Boracay 2010. The ASAP XV show parting time for their Boracay tour featuring all ASAP celebrities live on party last Sunday, March 21. Caught on the act this photo/picture of Anne Curtis Nipple Slip Scandal in Asap XV Boracay. A very cute pink color nip of Anne Curtis caught in the act by some of their fans watching their show, ASAP XV Boracay on party.



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Sunday, March 14, 2010

Manny Pacquiao for Congressman

Manny Pacquiao for CongressIt’s almost official Manny Pacquiao is running for Congress in the upcoming 2010 elections. Manny will be running for the lone congressional district of Saranggani. The world’s 6th richest athlete will be going against a member of the Chiongbian family.

When asked why Manny Pacquiao is running for congress (again) the People’s Champ said how he has been dissatisfied with the performance of the Chiongbians in Saranggani.


“Kung satisfied ako siguro sa ginagawa nila ‘di na ako tatakbo dahil masaya ako. Susuportahan ko na lang sila,” said Pacquiao.

“Nakita ko naman na kulang talaga. In how many years, wala silang naitulong sa mga tao,” he added.
Manny Pacquiao ran for a congressional seat in 2007 in the first district of South Cotabato as an adopted member of Kampi, the political party of President Gloria Arroyo. However, he was knocked out by re-electionist Darlene Antonino-Custodio, who handily beat the boxing champ with a margin of more than 60,000 votes.


So what do you think? Should Manny Pacquiao run for congress or not? Personally I believe Manny Pacquiao serves his country best in the ring.

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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

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Friday, March 5, 2010

Michael V introduces "Pepito Manaloto"




Ipinakilala ni Michael V kung sino si " Pepito Manaloto," ang masuwerteng karakter na mapapanood sa bagong sitcom sa Kapuso Network simula sa March 13.



"Si Pepito Manaloto ay isang masuwerte kasi as his name suggest, nanalo siya sa lotto," panimula ni Michael V o Bitoy sa ulat ni entertainment reporter Audrey Carampel sa Chika Minute ng GMA news 24 Oras nitong Miyerkules.

"Na-curious kasi ako kung anong nangyayari kapag nanalo ka sa lotto, anong gagawin mo pagkatapos. Kasi maraming ganun di ba nanalo sa lotto tapos nauwi sa wala mahirap uli," kuwento niya.

Proud si Michael V sa bago niyang proyekto kung saan makakasama niya sina Manilyn Reynes at Carmina Villaroel. Ito ay pamamahala ng batikang direktor na si Bert De Leon.

Ayon pa kay Bitoy, ibang-iba ang Pepito Manaloto - na kauna-unahan niyang sitcom - kumpara sa kanyang lingguhang gag show na Bubble Gang.

At para maging realistic ang kanyang pagganap, kinailangan baguhin ang itsura ni Bitoy. Kabilang na dito ang pagpapaitim sa kanya, ang paglalagay ng wig at pustiso.

Para malayo sa tradisyunal na sitcom, ang Pepito Manaloto ay nilagyan ng elemento ng reality, documentary at pati na drama.



Kaya subaybayan ang pakikipagsapalaran ni Pepito Manaloto simula sa March 13. - Fidel Jimenez, GMANews.TV

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Michael V




Michael V. (born Beethoven Bunagan), also known as "Bitoy" or "Toybits", is a Filipino comedian, actor and parodist, who appears in the hit GMA Network show Bubble Gang, and in his own TV show Bitoy's Funniest Videos. He is known for his "translations" and parodies of Filipino and foreign pop songs, and has made original songs, such as "Sinaktan Mo Ang Puso Ko", in a way that can consider him the Weird Al Yankovic of the Philippines. He's the second Filipino to have graced the cover of Readers' Digest.

Background




Beethoven was born on December 17, 1969 in Pandacan, Manila, Philippines. An extremely shy young man, he was often pessimistic about his life, thinking that he was too dumb to have a future. Then one day, little did he know that while drunk and singing a certain song, his voice was actually being recorded by his wife.
Mr. Beethoven, aka Bitoy, is indeed an actor worth of admiration. Unlike his peers in the industry, this writer and actor has an academic degree in Mass Communication from the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila.
He has won the Asian Television Awards for the Best Comedy Performance by an Actor for the years 2004, 2005 and 2006.

The Bubble G Anthology

In 2006, Michael released his newest studio album, The Bubble G Anthology, which is a compilation of his song parodies from the TV show Bubble Gang. His new album can be described as "an audio-visual venture", with songs such as Mamaw, which is a parody of Kamikazee's song Narda, and DJ Bumbay, a comical take at the Indian merchants that are doing business in the Philippines. Some the songs in his album, like Wag N'yo Kaming Pansinin, poked fun at his gay colleague Diego, which is also a regular at Bubble Gang. It was also said that he needed to re-master some of his song parody performaces, since, because it was first played on TV, it came out as mono, and to make it distinguishable from pirated versions.



Trivia

  • He first started out as a rap artist, whose first single was Maganda Ang Piliin (Ayoko Ng Panget), which was a reaction to the hugely popular rap song Humanap Ka Ng Panget. Although the song and its accompanying album became a hit, it, along with his rap career, became largely obscured by his current career as a comedian.
  • It was revealed in an interview with Sunday Inquirer Magazine that his stage name was derived from two performers that he admires: Michael Jackson and Gary V. It was also customary among Filipino male rappers during the early 1990s (see above) to reduce their stage surnames to a single initial, such as Francis M and Andrew E.
  • Michael V.'s first movie appearance was in Regal Films' comedy flick, "Banana Split" topbilled by Joey Marquez. But his star shone more brightly when Octo Arts Films started to include him in several comedy flicks that cast him alongside Vic Sotto ("Ano ba Yan", "Ano ba Yan 2", "D' Sisters", "Lastikman"), Ogie Alcasid ("Ano ba Yan", "Ano ba Yan 2", "Manolo en Michelle", etc.), Francis M, and many more. But he has yet to appear in a movie alongside legendary comedian Dolphy, since this has been his longtime dream.
  • Bitoy has also tried his hand in directing, when he was appointed as TV director for GMA Network's practical joke show "Ooops!" in 1999. The show was hosted by Bitoy's "Bubble Gang" co-stars Antonio Aquitania, Wendell Ramos and Jessa Zaragosa. "Ooops!" lasted for 2 seasons on the air.
  • It was said that he made a parody of the song My Humps entitled "Anghang" (which was a hit among Filipino internet users), although it wasn't likely that he made the said spoof, judging from the quality of the recording.


Monday, February 22, 2010

Sino si Pepito Manaloto?

Sino nga ba si Pepito Manaloto?



Do you want to know who Pepito Manaloto is?

GMA 7 is showing an ad asking who Pepito Manaloto is. Its Michael V.

Its gonna be a new show coming this March 2010. They say its gonna replace Michael V.'s Showwwtime on Saturday nights.

Pero kung alam nyo na... leave your comment.

CARMINA VILLAROEL IS NOW A CERTIFIED KAPUSO ARTIST W/ SHOW MICHAEL V’S “PEPITO MANALOTO”



Carmina Villaroel has recently signed an exclusive contract with GMA Network. Carmina is now a certified Kapuso artist which she will start for a lead role in Michael V’s newest sitcom “Pepito Manaloto.

PEPITO MANALOTO

'Pepito Manaloto' is a Philippines situation comedy television series that premiered on GMA Network on March 2010. The show is part of the network's KiliTV comedy programming block. It will replace Bitoy's SHOwwwTIME.


CAST:


Behind "Pepito Manaloto"

MICHAEL V.’s show on GMA 7 might be bidding the small screen goodbye. But this doesn’t mean that Bitoy will be minus one show in Kapuso.



Michael has been tapped to topbill a sitcom, titled "Pepito Manaloto."

Playing his wife is Manilyn Reynes. Also starring is Carmina Villaroel.

Directed by Bert de Leon, Michael will play a lottery winner.

Carmina is the reason he became one.

This sitcom marks the first time all three are working together. But they have the "tatak" komedyante.

No need to tell you that Michael is currently one of our better comedians. He topbills, together with Ogie Alcasid, the long-running gag show, "Bubble Gang," on GMA 7.

Carmina started her TV career in the comedy show, "Palibhasa Lalake," which also starred Richard Gomez, Anjo Yllana, and John Estrada.

Her last stint in a comedy program was "Nuts Entertainment," also on GMA 7.

Carmina is also cast in "The Last Prince," which has Aljur Abrenica and Kris Bernal.

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