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Courtesy: Angkas | Facebook Page

Playful banter between Vice Ganda and Angkas CEO goes viral

by RepublicAsia
Courtesy: Angkas | Facebook Page

Facebook netizens were abuzz after the Filipino motorcycle taxi-hailing app Angkas shared a playful banter between the company CEO George Royeca and celebrity host Vice Ganda.

During a Tuesday guest appearance at It’s Showtime’s Isip Bata segment, Vice Ganda jokingly told Royeca that she has a problem with his riders’ foul-smelling helmets.

“May problema ako sa Angkas, sir. Minsan, ang baho ng helmet nyo. Sir George, paano yun?” Vice Ganda said in jest.

To which Royeca gave a witty come back: “Ma’am Vice, amoy tagumpay po yan. Pinaghirapan yang amoy na yan.”


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Angkas uploaded a screencap of the conversation on Facebook, and the post became an instant hit. As of writing, it has gained over 220,000 reactions, 10,000 shares, and nearly 3,000 comments.

Angkas is known for its hilarious and entertaining quips, and Royeca’s exchange with the show host gave a human face behind the company’s witty marketing strategies.

Royeca also shared the photo on his Facebook page with a caption expressing gratitude to Vice Ganda and It’s Showtime for inviting Angkas riders on the show.

“Maraming salamat It’s Showtime family sa napakasayang show! Nakakahawa ang good vibes at positive energy niyo! Maraming, maraming salamat din, Vice Ganda. Iba ka magpasaya ng tao. Wala kang katulad! Also nice seeing you, Karylle and Dj M.O.D.!!” the caption read.

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