Vice Ganda entered the “Pinoy Big Brother” house this week for one reason and one reason only: to meet “Otso” housemate Hasna Cabral.
Hasna has a story that deeply inspired the legendary comedian: she is a woman who’s trying to stand strong and proud as she raises two children in the autism spectrum.
Vice said during their meeting, “I learned there were times na pinanghihinaan ka na ng loob, gusto mong sumuko. Hindi naman talaga natin kaya lahat, kasi kung kaya natin lahat, bakit may Diyos pa? It’s a good thing that we acknowledge na hindi natin kaya lahat. We need help. Suporta. Pang-unawa.”
The actor revealed that hearing Hasna’s story changed his life and his perspective.
He explained, “Nag-iiiyak ako. Noong puntong ‘yun kasi, I wasn’t feeling good about myself. I wasn’t feeling good about a lot of things. Ang bigat-bigat ng loob ko, feeling ko ang dami kong problema, feeling ko ang dami kong pasan. Nahihirapan ako...but when I learned about your story, sabi ko, ‘Uy, ang arte-arte ko lang pala.’ Ang dami kong iniinda, eh walang-wala pala ‘to sa iniinda mo. Nakakahiya naman.”
Vice went on to donate some clothes to Hasna’s kids, as a way of giving back. He told her, "You gave me an opportunity to do something right, to do something good.”
“Kaya mo ngayon, kayanin mo pa,” he pressed.
Vice led the cast of the 2018 blockbuster comedy “Fantastica” which was Star Cinema’s official entry the the Metro Manila Film Festival. He is a mainstay in the noontime program “It’s Showtime,” and sits as a judge in “Idol Philippines.”
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