This is the reaction of Vice Ganda to the brawl between Gilas Pilipinas and Australia
Kapamilya comedian Vice Ganda gave his reaction regarding the recent brawl that happened between the Gilas Pilipinas basketball team against its Australian opponents.
Thirteen players were ejected during the FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers game at the Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan.
The game last Monday, July 2 resulted to a heated fight between the players from the Philippines and Australia.
With this, Vice Ganda also shared his reaction about what happened.
On the recent Instagram story of the ‘It’s Showtime’ host, he shared a video which was taken during the launch of Anne Curtis and Karylle’s KTV bar called Rockstar.
In the video, it can be seen that celebrities who graced the said event where happily singing along with the music.
Someone was singing the one of the songs of Black Eyed Peas ‘Where is the Love’.
There was a lyrics in the song which said “What’s wrong with the world, Mamma”.
Vice Ganda sang the line repeatedly. He even interchanged the words in the said line.
“Ba’t nag-away yung Philippines at tsaka Australia?” the comedian/singer added his impromptu to the song.
It can also be seen in the video that he laughed about what he said.
Vice Ganda is just one of those who reacted about the controversial brawl between the basketball players of Gilas Pilipinas and Australia.
Based on the article published in ESPN, Chot Reyes the coach of the Philippine basketball team defended his players.
“I understand the disappointment, I understand that some are embarrassed, but you don’t know what happened. You have to be in the team, you have to be in our circle to really understand what went down,” the coach said.
Anthony Moore, the Basketball Australia chief executive expressed his disappointment to what happened and the role of the Aussies to it, based on the article.