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Is Coco Martin against Vice Ganda’s relationship with Ion Perez?

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Nov. 11, 19 | 4:42 pm

ABS CBN’s primetime king Coco Martin has expressed his support on the newfound relationship Vice Ganda with fellow “It’s Showtime” host Ion Perez.

“Siyempre sobrang saya ako para sa kanya,” Coco said in an interview with Push.com.

The “Ang Probinsyano” star said that Vice’s love life has long been overdue.

“Alam niyo naman ang hinahanap lang ni Vice ay ‘yung magmamahal lang sa kanya, ‘yung totoong magmamahal sa kanya, kasi nasa kanya na lahat.

“Wala nang hihilingin ‘yan sa buhay eh. Maayos na rin ‘yung family niya, nagmamahalan sila, healthy si Tita.

“Ang kulang na lang talaga ay ‘yung magpupuno sa puso niya at nahanap na niya ngayon kaya sobrang proud ako sa kanya at masayang-masaya ako ngayon dahil sobrang saya niya ngayon,” Coco added.

Coco said that he has yet to meet Ion. He also said that he used to fight with Vice’s ex-boyfriends.

“Hindi pa eh, hindi pa kami nakapag-meet [ni Ion]. I’m sure si Vice ayaw niya ipa-meet sa akin ‘yun.

“Kasi dati ‘pag may boyfriend ‘yan, lagi kong inaaway, kasi siyempre lalaki ako eh, siguro dahil mahal ko siya, alam mo iyon.

“‘Yung pagiging kaibigan mo bilang lalaki pino-protektahan mo siya ayaw mo siyang lolokohin, pagsasamantalahan,” Coco explained.

For now, Coco feels assured that Ion will be good for Vice.

“Sa mga naririnig ko, sa mga nababalitaan ko, napakabait ni Ion. Natutuwa ako na nakahanap na rin siya sa wakas ng nagpapasaya sa kanya at nagmamahal ng totoo,” he said.

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