THROWBACK: Jose Manalo impersonates Gerald Anderson as Budoy

Jul 13, 2017
The Budoy character of Gerald Anderson (left) was imitated by Jose Manalo during their past encounter in a basketball game. Jose referred to Gerald as Budoy while the Eat Bulaga host jokingly described himself as "unggoy."


Remember the Budoy character of Gerald Anderson?

A video of the ABS-CBN actor and Jose Manalo resurfaced on social media showing the Eat Bulaga host impersonating Gerald.

Their encounter took place during the Fastbreak Charity Basketball game held at the San Juan Arena in January 2012.

In the throwback video, Jose Manalo impersonated the character of Budoy and even recited the signature line: "Ako Budoy!"

The Eat Bulaga Dabarkad referred to Gerald as Budoy while he jokingly described himself as "unggoy."

Jose also mimicked the mannerisms of Budoy who is fond of touching his head.

Gerald got into his character from the ABS-CBN teleserye and asked Jose: "Anong ginagawa mo? Ako Budoy!"

The GMA-7 host then pulled up his white shorts to make it high-waisted, a signature style of Budoy.



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Gerald approached Jose and asked the crowd: "Sino ang mas gwapo sa amin?"

After receiving cheers from the audience, Gerald and Jose shook hands and did a shoulder bump.





According to an article of PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) about the event, celebrities took part in the Fastbreak Charity Basketball game to help victims of Typhoon Sendong in Cagayan de Oro and Iligan.

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(Read: Fastbreak Charity Basketball Game)


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The Budoy character of Gerald Anderson (left) was imitated by Jose Manalo during their past encounter in a basketball game. Jose referred to Gerald as Budoy while the Eat Bulaga host jokingly described himself as "unggoy."
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