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‘Catfisher’ Lassy Marquez admits getting catfished by Chad Kinis!

‘Catfisher’ Lassy Marquez admits getting catfished by Chad Kinis!

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‘Catfisher’ Lassy Marquez admits getting catfished by Chad Kinis!

Comedian Lassy Marquez in the virtual press conference for his upcoming film Sarap Mong Patayin, on September 24, once experienced getting catfished by his friend and Beks Batallion co-member Chad Kinis after he tried to catfish his co-work.

“Honestly, dalawa yung eksena na nangyari sa’kin na ganyan eh. No’ng nasa Punchline ako, ako yung nambiktima.

“Mga taong 2006, ako yung nambiktima nang kapwa katrabaho ko sa Punchline. Ito yung pina-in love ko s’ya na pinalabas ko na nagwo-work ako sa isang airline dito sa’tin.

“Like nagpapadala ako sa kanya ng mga messages na sweet, magmi-meet tayo. So one week ko na gano’n,” shared Lassy.

While asleep, he got a phone call from his ‘victim’ where he slipped and exposed his true self.

“Eto namang si bakla na kaibigan ko, one time, natutulog ako, biglang tumawag. So naalimpungatan ako.

“Pag-ring, ‘hello? Bakit?’ Kasi ang alam n’ya lalaki talaga ako. Boses lalaki, mga salitang lalaki na pina-in love ko s’ya. Then yun nga, nagalit s’ya sa’kin.”

As the saying goes, ‘what comes around, goes around,’ Lassy had a similar experience. But this time around, he was on the other end as Chad catfished him.

“Eto yung pangalawa, wala naman akong na-experience na seryoso talaga. So ang nangyari, si Chad, ginanyan n’ya ako before. Yung niligawan ako, pero paniwalang-paniwala ako. May pagka-gullible kasi ako minsan eh. Like masabihan ako na ‘ang ganda mo naman,’” he recalled.

“Actually tawag yung nangyari sa’kin eh. Boses lalaki na taga-Pampanga or something na ganyan. Ayun, boses lalaki na alam n’ya eh. Ini-stalk n’ya daw ako so alam n’ya yung background ko talaga.

“So naniwala ako kasi alam n’ya eh. Wala namang picture na pinapadala pero boses lang ang nangyari sa’min. So naniwala ako na akala ko, totoo talaga.”

Luckily for Lassy, he has not experienced getting catfished to the point that he has to send money.

“Pero hindi ako umabot sa punto na magpapadala ako through Gcash, o kung ano man na money remittance pa yan, money transfer, wala talaga as in,” he expressed.

Meanwhile, in his newest movie, where he top-bill, Lassy’s popularity rose to the roof as he shared he now receives messages and friend requests on his social media.

“Noon kasi, hindi pa masyadong… walang masyadong nagme-message sa’kin. Walang nagpapa-add sa’kin, wala talaga as in noon noon.

“So eto na, lumilipas at lumilipas ang panahon, like kagaya ngayon, ang dami nilang nagme-message sa’kin. Minsan nai-ignore ko na nga, tumatambak na sa message request.”

He then clarified that these Netizens wanted to meet him personally, not asking for anything in return.

“Wala pa naman akong dinate or something na ilalabas. Wala pa naman silang hinihingi sa’kin. Gusto lang nila yung makipag-meet ako or mag-dinner out kami, yung mga gano’ng eksena.

“Pero hindi naman umabot sa puntong humihingi sila sa’kin nang kung ano man. So walang presyong nagaganap. Walang presyuhan, walang—yung gano’n. Kasi alam naman nila na may habibi ako eh.”

Meanwhile, starting his career doing gigs in comedy bars, Lassy admitted he would return to doing stand-up comedy once the pandemic ends.

“S’yempre kung magbubukas ang mga comedy bar, babalik pa rin ako. Kasi yun ang naging training ground ko eh kung paano ako nahubog sa pagpapatawa. Kailangan kong magkaro’n ng mga bagong ideya, mga bagong materyal gagamitin din sa pagpapatawa.”

He was also saddened knowing that comedy bars were among the most affected industries in the pandemic, though they were there helping each other out during these trying times.

“At sy’empre nakakalungkot talaga no’ng nawala ang mga comedy bars. Dahil ang dami sa amin ang nawalan ng trabaho.

“Hindi lahat ay pinalad na magkaro’n ng trabaho during pandemic talaga. Yung iba, umuwi na nang probinsya, iba nag-negosyo na, iba iniwan na ang industriyang ito, iba nag-vlog kagaya namin.

“So ilan lang din ang nakaka-survive ngayon sa entertainment like sa mga comedy bars na ginagawa namin.”

Joining Lassy in the film are former beauty queen Ariella Arida, Kit Thompson, and Bob Jbeili. Sarap Mong Patayin is directed by Darryl Yap and will premiere on Vivamax, October 15.

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