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Kris Aquino fires back at basher who called Bimby “gay”

by | Entertainment

Sep. 27, 17 | 12:35 pm

There is no greater warrior than a mother protecting her child and the Queen of All Media is no exception.

Television host and actress Kris Aquino calls out a netizen for name-calling her youngest son, Bimby.

“And Bimb is gay. At least he’s still young,” the basher commented in Aquino’s recent post on Instagram.

Photo credit: krisaquino/Instagram

To which the TV host replied, “I have no issue with sexual preference but I do have an issue with you deciding for my son. If you have prejudices please express it elsewhere.”

Aquino’s friend, comedienne Pokwang, also fired back at the basher.

Bastos! mas gugustuhin ko maging bakla anak ko kesa katulad mo bastos!”

Bimby, 10, is the son of the TV personality with professional basketball player James Yap.

Photo credit: krisaquino/Instagram

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