In his recently successful Valentine's Day concert at the Big Dome in Tuesday, talented host/comedian/actor Vice Ganda gave his heart out through 'hugot' "poetry", singing, and dancing for his fans.
'Pusuan Mo si Vice Ganda sa Araneta' was packed with surprise guests and performances from various artists such as Daniel Padilla, Kris Lawrence, Michael Pangilinan, Daryll Ong, and Maja Salvador.
Vice Ganda sold out the Smart Araneta Coliseum with a crowd of 12,000.
Aside from the breathtaking stunts with his "daughter" Awra Briguella and fellow comedian Chokoleit, Vice wowed his audience once again with his emotional spoken word "poetry" which, according to him, was prepared 8 months ago.
Fans suspect that the words were Vice's feelings toward his rumored ex-boyfriend, Terrence Romeo, a GlobalPort Batang Pier basketball player.
They have been allegedly involved with each other since 2014.
The comedian shared that he got hooked on spoken word and has appreciated the art form, particularly the aesthetics of wordplay, intonation, and voice inflection.
"Nahumaling ako sa panonood ng spoken word poetry kung
saan nagsasalita kang parang isang makata upang iparamdam ang
saloobin." Vice shared.
His lines during the 8-minute long 'hugot' speech were,
“Ikaw ang nagbigay sa 'kin ng ganitong pakiramdam kaya kahit paulitulit,
ikaw lang ang bibigyan ko ng karapatan na sa akin ay manakit
dahil mahal kita. Mahal kita habang buhay at hindi lang isang saglit.”
“Oo, mahal kita, mahal kita, mahal na mahal kita kahit tayo lang ang
nakakaalam dahil natatakot ka, natatakot ako, natatakot tayong
dalawa na parehong mahusgahan,”
“Ilang taon din natin iyang tiniis nagtatago na parang gago...”
"Dapat sa babae ka lang dahil bakla lang ako. P*tanginang mundo 'to.
Hanggang sa isang araw sa sobrang takot, nagkasundo tayo na huwag
nang manlaban dahil pagod na tayo.”
"Kaya nagusap tayo na sumuko na lang...”
"Hindi niyo alam kung gaano kasakit. Hindi niyo mauunawaan kung
gaano kasakit. Kapag naalala ko para akong namamatay sa sakit..."
"Ang sakit-sakit pero masarap dahil hanggang sa huling sandali, kahit
masakit, tinawag mo akong Juliet."
After the heartbreaking performance, fans saw Vice Ganda exit the stage teary-eyed. However, he later told the press that what he did back there was just an act.
"It was just an act — one of the many acts I did a while ago," Vice stated.
People recall Vice saying that the basketball player he was once with was known for his crossovers, which Romeo is notable for.
Could he really be the inspiration for Vice's poem? What do you think? Comment below and let us know!