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Aug. 06, 18 | 7:27 pm

It is known that celebrity sisters Toni and Alex Gonzaga have a close relationship with their mother, who they endearingly call Mommy Pinty.

Fans of Toni and Alex are already aware that they would usually get their mother involved in their crazy antics, and in their recent interview with ABS-CBN morning talk show “Magandang Buhay” last week, the two Kapamilya stars recalled one time they tried to poke fun at their mother when they visited Dubai Mall.

In the interview, Toni recalled: “Di ba kasi ang mommy ko, bago kami pumunta ng Dubai, ‘Alam niyo ba na ang tawag sa akin ng lahat ng mga kaibigan ko ay Ate Pinty. Eh siguro masyadong mahaba yung Ate Pinty, so palagi na lang silang Ti Pints’.”

“Nasa Dubai Mall kami, and daming tao. Tapos out of nowhere kapag nauuna na ang mommy, bigla siyang [Alex] sisigaw ng, ‘Ti Pints, Ti Pints’,” Toni said.

Alex then said that she would try to irritate her mother by repeatedly calling her ‘Ti Pints’ while they were shopping in Dubai Mall. “Namimili siya, tapos lalabas ako don sa [clothing racks],” Alex narrated on how she tried to piss of her mother.

Toni and Alex’s story drew laughter from the audience.

Aside from their experience at Dubai Mall, Alex and Toni also funnily recalled other instances when they would piss their Mommy Pinty off at church and at home.

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