Ate Gay shares why closing own siomai business was actually a good sign

  • Ate Gay admitted that he has closed down his siomai business “Siomai Himala”
  • He revealed that it only meant that he is again busy with his acting job
  • The comedian is set to appear in an upcoming film, “Ayuda Babes”

Ate Gay revealed that he has shut down his siomai business after just less than a year of operation.

Image by Ate Gay via Instagram

According to the comedian, it was actually a good sign that he had to close the business because it meant that he is now busy with his acting gigs again. He further shared that he only thought of opening the siomai business during the enhanced community quarantine after he was left jobless with the closure of the comedy bars such as Klownz and Zirkoh.

He shared with Pep, “ECQ, wala akong magawa, e, sarado yung mga ano, comedy bars, e, hangga’t wala kang mga ginagawa, e, ‘di nagtayo ka ng Siomai Himala.”

“Ngayon nung medyo okay-okay na ang trabaho, isinara ko na,” he continued.

Ate Gay also revealed that since he is very hands-on with his business, he is no longer there because he is now busy back to his acting job. He stated, “E, kasi walang nagbabantay. Pag wala ako dun, walang bumibili, e! Kasi ‘yung mga bumibili dun, nagpapa-picture kasi nga ang ganda ng appearance ko sa 24 Oras.”

Ate Gay’s “Siomai Himala” business was featured on GMA’s 24 Oras last July 2020.

Image by Ate Gay via Instagram

He is set to appear in an upcoming film, “Ayuda Babes” with Gardo Versoza, Petite Brockovich, Brenda Mage, Negi, Juliana Parizcova Segovia, Iya Mina along with Joey Paras and Zeus Collins.

Ate Gay couldn’t be anymore thrilled to be back at filming again. He shared, “Okay naman, masaya! Sabi ko nga dapat pala ganito ‘yung mga pelikula para hindi ka nahihirapang magpatawa.”

“Kasi bukod sa nakakatawa ‘yung mga kasama ko, e, talagang lalaban ako sa pakikipagtawanan,” he continued.

Source :

Pep, GMA, YouTube