Vice Ganda reveals his definition of wealth

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  • Vice Ganda started his career as standup comedian, earning P200 to P300 from every gig. Today,
    the phenomenal boxoffice superstar is one of the most highest paid celebrities.

    When it comes to defining wealth, the “Partners in Crimea” star said wealth has nothing to do with
    money.

    “For me, I am very rich,” he shared. “I am so blessed. I am loved by so many people. My family is
    healthy. That’s wealth. I am healthy. That’s wealth.”

    When asked about his net worth, Vice candidly said, “Hindi ko rin kasi alam ang numbers. Minsan
    nagaaddadd din ako. Hindi ko alam. ‘Di ba, pagsasamasamahin mo ‘yung liquid and ‘yung asset.
    So hindi ko alam.”

    He added, “Tutok din ako at mayroon din akong taong pinagkakatiwalaan to handle my finances.”

    The “It’s Showtime” host wants his friends to be successful too. He went from zero to bingo as all
    his movies were hits which made him a multimillionaire.

    “Ayaw ko nung, halimbawa, lalo na kung kaibigan kong bakla, tapos maghihirap, lalo na kung alam
    kong may kapasidad ka para umunlad. Ayaw ko talaga ‘yun. Kinacut ko ‘yun,” he said.

    “Kasi kung hindi rin naman kita maiinfluence, goodbye, kasi baka ako ang mainfluence mo. Ganun
    ‘yun eh. Naaadapt mo ang environment.

    “Paakyat ako eh, kailangang magkasama tayo. Pero kung ang bigat mo, hindi na kita makakasama,
    mapupull down pa ako.”

    Being one of the famous celebrities in the country, Vice shared how he embraces his celebrity
    status.

    “Not all the time I am comfortable. May mga time na I just wish sana kalma lang ang mga tao, kalma
    lang ang mga eksena, sana normal lang. But it will not be very sincere kapag sinabi kong hindi ko
    nararamdaman ang celebrity status ko,” he said.

    “Siyempre kahit hindi mo idictate, nangyayari siya eh. Punta ka ng mall, nagkakagulo ‘yung mga
    tao. Sa mga pilapila, bibigyan ka ng special treatment, uunahin ka, pagsisilbihan, na iniiwasan ko
    ‘yung mga ganun lalo na kung maraming tao. I will admit na may mga time na kinukuha ko rin
    naman ‘yung privilege lalo na kapag kailangan na kailangan lang.

    “Hindi ako makaalis ng walang security. Hindi ako makaalis nang ako lang kasi hindi ko kayang
    sayawin ‘yung ibang tao. Hindi nila (mga tao) maiintindihan. Kailangang may ibang gumawa nun
    para sa akin.
    “There must be people who must say No for me, na magsasabi na ‘it’s not allowed.’ Kasi kapag ako
    mismo, hindi nila maiintindihan. It will be taken against me.”

    The Queen of MMFF also answered if he has special request on set. “Sa shooting, kapag tinatanong
    nila ako, ‘Anong food?’ Sabi ko, kahit ano. I eat everything basta disente. At kapag hindi ko gusto, I
    will buy my own food. Hindi ako magdedemand or manghihingi.” (Josh Mercado, abscbn

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