- Bianca Gonzalez denied the misconception that basketball players are womanizers
- She said fooling around is not based on profession or career but a personal choice
- Earlier, Bianca revealed that even if she and husband JC Intal get into disagreements, they still make sure that they do things together with grace, respect and love
Bianca Gonzalez clarified that not all basketball players are wo
Bianca denied the misconception that basketball players are often “babaero.” The ABS-CBN TV host had a “True or False” session on Instagram and addressed a few questions from her followers. One netizen asked, “Babaero daw lahat ng basketball player?”
Bianca vehemently denied and answered, “False.” She explained, “To be honest, before I met JC, I had so many wrong preconceived notions about basketball players, to the point that I never thought I’d consider dating him.”
She went on to say that being a womanizer doesn’t depend on the profession or career but a personal decision.
“What I’ve learned is that wala sa klase ng trabaho ang pagiging babaero. Ang babaero, babaero. Just like we can’t generalize that we wanna end up with a businessman or a doctor kasi they are surely good husbands,” Bianca added.
“A career or choice of job doesn’t define what makes a good man. A man decides to be a good man, regardless of career choice,” she continued.
Bianca has been married to PBA player JC Intal for six year. They are blessed with two daughters; 5-year-old Lucia and Carmen who is two years old.
Earlier, Bianca shared what helped her and JC get through the lockdown. She admitted that like other couples, they too have their own fair share of disagreements. But they always make sure that they do things together with grace, respect and love.