Chokoleit on His Viral Kissing Scandal: 'Kiss Me and Don't You Dare Fall in Love With Me'


"Kiss me and don't you dare fall in love with me..." was comedienne and TV host Chokoleit's reply after his wild, kissing scandal video had gone viral. In February 5, 2016, Facebook user Aliah Ferrer Vasquez uploaded something which put the internet on fire. 

It was a one-minute long video of Chokoleit passionately making out with a seemingly handsome guy in a bar. The comedienne was dressed in a wig while the guy's arms were holding him in a tight embrace. 

It did not only went viral on Facebook, but on YouTube as well, where the video was able to reach a whoopping number of 1.7 million views, more than 34 thousand comments, around 26 thousand shares, and over 22 thousand likes! 

It sure seemed like Chokoleit enjoyed the hot, make-out session, as he shared his thoughts on Facebook with the status: "Kiss me and don't you dare fall in love with me..." followed by a string of kiss, lip, and laughting-with-tears emoji. 

Chokoleit on His Viral Kissing Scandal: 'Kiss Me and Don't You Dare Fall in Love With Me'

#AngTaray! As expected, the netizens went wild, commenting that the video gave them hope and inspiration--well, who couldn't blame them--while others lambasted the outrageousness of the whole thing. 

You may all remember Chokoleit as the brown-skinned Dugong in ABS-CBN's fantasy television series 'Marina' which starred Claudine Barretto, Rafael Rosell, and Cherie Gil

He comes from Davao and had appearances in 'Kampanerang Kuba' as Otlum, in 'Volta' as Denden, in 'Aryana' as Dikya, in the 2011 remake of 'Mara Clara' as CG, and even starred alongside Coco Martin in 'Juan Dela Cruz' as Lorelei Cortez. 

Not only that -- he also appeared in Star Cinema's 'Etiquette for Mistresses' where he played the role of Bailey. When he's not kissing handsome guys in bars, Chokoleit appears in 'Dear Uge,' an afternoon comedy-anthology by GMA which stars Eugene Domingo. 

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