Paolo Ballesteros and Mark Bautista are different regarding the issue of coming out to the open according to an entertainment columnist.
‘Eat Bulaga’ host Paolo Ballesteros said his thoughts regarding “paglaladlad” or someone’s act of coming out to the open and revealing the true sexuality.
In the latest project of Maine Mendoza on social media ‘Humans of Barangay’ wherein she shares the story of different people in barangay, one of the first featured persons was Paolo, who also happens to be her co-host in the ‘Juan for all, All for Juan’ segment of the longest noontime show.
Paolo discussed the topic about coming out of the closet as gay or the true sexual preference of someone, based on a previous article.
“ANG PAGLALADLAD PERSONAL CHOICE YAN, HINDI YUN MAIDIDIKTA NG KAHIT SINO, LALO NA NG SOCIETY NA GINAGALAWAN MO. JUST TAKE YOUR TIME, KAHIT MGA 100 YEARS PA YAN, IKAW ANG BAHALA. KASI IKAW ANG MAGBUBUKAS NG SARILI MONG “CLOSET”, HINDI IBANG TAO.”
With this, entertainment columnist of Bandera, Ronnie Carrasco III pointed out the difference between Paolo and recently revealed with homosexual leanings Mark Bautista.
According to Carrasco, there are some people who are waiting for the EB host to directly admit and say “Yes, I am gay” or directly deny “No, I am not gay”.
He added that once the actor/host will soon affirm his sexual preference and say ““Opo, bakla ako!”, it will be a music to the ears of curious people.
The columnist also pointed out that Paolo and Mark are different from each other in admitting their true selves because the latter recently shocked the showbiz world with his revelation while the former is still not admitting it directly.
Another thing that is different about them is the make-up transformation done by the EB host which came to the statement of Carrasco that coming out to the open as a gay is indeed a personal choice of someone involved with this issue.
However, he said “it takes one to know one” and since Paolo discussed the topic about “paglaladlad”, Carrasco stated on his article, “This being a universal truth, alam na.”