…IskandaL…

KOWTABLE “quotes”

Katrina Halili: Minahal ko po si Hayden…..
Hayden Kho, Jr.: Everytime we see each other, there’s no real conversation. It’s all about drugs and sex, drugs and sex….
Abner Afuang: ….napanood ko yung video e, hindi ko matiis…..may anak akong babae!

*The whole thing was literally funny!

Can’t you hear that I am laughing?

1st hearing scenario: an ex-cop and former politician from Pagsanjan, Laguna named Abner Afuang poured on the remaining of his bottled water to Hayden Kho, Jr., now infamous for his sex-y video while singing ‘I never gonna dance again, my guilty feet has got no rhytmn….’ While on the other side (or should I say on the same table), Katrina looked terribly worried with an earlier commotion.

Ang init sa kwarto!

I should say that the whole thing was literally funny. As I watched four news programs till late night, I can’t help but grinned to those commotions and the issue of sex scandal itself. I mean, everything will not be in public if the actors themselves strictly kept it as a TOP SECRET! Or better tracing Kho, he’ll not be in the situtaion where he is now should he not generously gave the video to someone else. And now that they are in the peak of nationwide publicity, many have sympathized with Katrina while the rest were outraged by the good-looking boy Hayden Kho, their filmed acrobatic stunts, and the sex-y video itself.

On one hand, Katrina Halili was applauded by several women who have believed and was stunned by her for being couragous amidst the scandal. And please, it’s all opinion here, I pity Katrina on the early explosion of the issue, however, I don’t know what I would feel whenever I think that ‘sex is for married couple only.’

Can you imagine, amidst the politicking for May 2010 elections, still, these actors never failed to get public attention. Wow! And because of this, broadcast stations have now tackled and emphasized cyber sex and pornography to form awareness especially among young adults who are reportedly been actively engaged into pre-marital sex. Moreover, civil groups and other movement have strengthen their advocacy on sex, violence, and women protection stressing that ‘sex is for married couples only.’

Not to mention that Mr. Abner Afuang, a journalist himself seemed to have his advocacy and ‘publicity’ for good – magbuhos ng tubig sa loob ng hearing na para bang walang nagyari.

And I will never forget what I hear from someone while ‘she’ was watching Katrina Halili on the news: Pag nakikita mo si Katrina, para mo na ring nakikita ang ___ n’ya.

And yes, it was one feisty hot moment when they were doing those stunts, and then one day, they realized that they were not in bed anymore and naked, but being watched by millions of Pinoy on youtube and pirated porn DVDs…..and now, in front of law makers and the press for contemptuous words and denial of the past.

Truly, media can make or break you!

And here goes again one quotable quote from Ms. Katrina Halili: ….patay na ‘ko pero may video pa rin at internet!…

Katrina Halili: Minahal ko po si Hayden…..
Hayden Kho, Jr.: Everytime we see each other, there’s no real conversation. It’s all about drugs and sex, drugs and sex….
Abner Afuang: ….napanood ko yung video e, hindi ko matiis…..may anak akong babae!

*The whole thing was literally funny!

Can’t you hear that I am laughing?

1st hearing scenario: an ex-cop and former politician from Pagsanjan, Laguna named Abner Afuang poured on the remaining of his bottled water to Hayden Kho, Jr., now infamous for his sex-y video while singing ‘I never gonna dance again, my guilty feet has got no rhytmn….’ While on the other side (or should I say on the same table), Katrina looked terribly worried with an earlier commotion.

Ang init sa kwarto!

I should say that the whole thing was literally funny. As I watched four news programs till late night, I can’t help but grinned to those commotions and the issue of sex scandal itself. I mean, everything will not be in public if the actors themselves strictly kept it as a TOP SECRET! Or better tracing Kho, he’ll not be in the situtaion where he is now should he not generously gave the video to someone else. And now that they are in the peak of nationwide publicity, many have sympathized with Katrina while the rest were outraged by the good-looking boy Hayden Kho, their filmed acrobatic stunts, and the sex-y video itself.

On one hand, Katrina Halili was applauded by several women who have believed and was stunned by her for being couragous amidst the scandal. And please, it’s all opinion here, I pity Katrina on the early explosion of the issue, however, I don’t know what I would feel whenever I think that ‘sex is for married couple only.’

Can you imagine, amidst the politicking for May 2010 elections, still, these actors never failed to get public attention. Wow! And because of this, broadcast stations have now tackled and emphasized cyber sex and pornography to form awareness especially among young adults who are reportedly been actively engaged into pre-marital sex. Moreover, civil groups and other movement have strengthen their advocacy on sex, violence, and women protection stressing that ‘sex is for married couples only.’

Not to mention that Mr. Abner Afuang, a journalist himself seemed to have his advocacy and ‘publicity’ for good – magbuhos ng tubig sa loob ng hearing na para bang walang nagyari.

And I will never forget what I hear from someone while ‘she’ was watching Katrina Halili on the news: Pag nakikita mo si Katrina, para mo na ring nakikita ang ___ n’ya.

And yes, it was one feisty hot moment when they were doing those stunts, and then one day, they realized that they were not in bed anymore and naked, but being watched by millions of Pinoy on youtube and pirated porn DVDs…..and now, in front of law makers and the press for contemptuous words and denial of the past.

Truly, media can make or break you!

And here goes again one quotable quote from Ms. Katrina Halili: ….patay na ‘ko pero may video pa rin at internet!…

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