Vhong Navarro’s Son Allegedly Received Negative Comments After Being Part of ‘Batang Quiapo’

The son of Vhong Navarro is criticized following his appearance on “FPJ’s Batang Quiapo”

YCE NAVARRO – The son of “It’s Showtime” host Vhong Navarro has allegedly received negative comments after being part of “FPJ’s Batang Quiapo.”

In the latest episode of “Oras ng Opinyon, Talakayan, at Diskusyon,” showbiz insider Jobert Sucaldito defended Yce. “Some of the netizens are so cruel. Kumbaga nilalait nila ‘yong bata. Nilait nila ‘yong mukha ni Yce. Kamukha raw ni Vhong. Hindi mukhang artista,” Jobert explained.

“Pero, my God, tingnan n’yo naman ‘yong mukha ng bata. In fairness naman sa kaniya, he has the looks. Gwapo ‘yong bata. May not be as gwapo as Gabby Concepcion pero may sarili siyang kagwapuhan,” he added. He further stated: “Huwag kalimutang ang nanay ng batang ito ay ang napakagandang si Bianca Lapus. Si Vhong Navarro may not be handsome as an actor. But, you know, ang entrance naman niya sa showbiz ay via pagsasayaw sa Streetboys.”

The Streetboys is a Filipino boy group formed in the ’90s when they were discovered by director Chito Roño. Vhong was one of the pioneer members of the group.

Jobert couldn’t help but feel sorry for the child who just wants to fulfill his dream of becoming an artist. It’s worth noting that Yce was among the new faces teased in the 1st-anniversary trailer of “FPJ’s Batang Quiapo.”

Meanwhile, “FPJ’s Batang Quiapo” is a Filipino television series that airs on Kapamilya Channel. It is an action-comedy drama based on the 1986 film “Batang Quiapo,” which starred Fernando Poe Jr. and Maricel Soriano. The series revolves around the character of Tanggol, played by Coco Martin, who rises to prominence as a notorious outlaw in Quiapo, Manila.

As he navigates his life in the neighborhood, he also seeks to uncover the truth about his identity. The show features a diverse ensemble cast and has gained popularity for its engaging storyline and action-packed scenes. It also stars Christopher de Leon, Lito Lapid, John Estrada, Cherry Pie Picache, Lorna Tolentino, and Charo Santos, among others.

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