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Wally, EB Babe Yosh sex scandal goes viral

MANILA, Philippines – The Internet sizzled anew over an alleged sex video of comedian Wally Bayola and sexy dancer EB Babe Yosh.

The new sex scandal erupted exactly a month after a “private video” of Parokya ni Edgar Chito Miranda and girlfriend Neri Naig was posted and feasted on by netizens.

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  • Leif Gosselaar

    It must have been a month a half ago when my sister saw an incident at (“All for Juan and Juan for all”) and called me and said…check this out. she rewind the PVR and we saw a sarcastic Wally Bayola hiting and kicking hard one of the damargats boys (dancer…delivery boys background for their comedy skits) He looked so arrogant pretending to be smiling and kinda showin he is the boss and can do anything he wants. We didn’t like this kind of attitude. We want Wally Bayola punished and I am sure that she invited Yosh and she had no choice….the way Bayola’s acting in the show…..He is another Bully. Go to Jail Wally and you are so so so disgusting. We will be glad if Wally Bayola goes to jail. We are also very sad what happend to Yosh.

  • graveh

    nakakadire graveh. eeeeeeeewwwwwwwwww

  • Malou Ang Kepu

    a clear evidence of concubinage … lagot ka kalbo.

    eng0t naman yung babae pumatol sa may asawa nagpa-video pa… simply stupid.

    • inquirercet

      it’s called “the things you have to do to have a career in eat bulaga”.

  • linobog

    Asal-Baboy talaga…… whose next?

  • ztefertilizerscam10


    September 5, 2011

    by benign0


    Although Tito, Vic and Joey started their trio via Discorama and Student Canteen, it was the sitcom Iskul Bukol that gave them nationwide fame as comedians.

    Soon after, other TV and movie producers came knocking on the trio’s door. In 1979, Tito, Vic and Joey started hosting for the noontime show Eat Bulaga! which was pitted against the more established Student Canteen hosted by their former colleague (and now competitor) Bobby Ledesma.

    Not long after, Eat Bulaga! toppled Student Canteen from the ratings.



    Pepsi Paloma was best known as one of the “softdrink” beauties along with starlets Coca Nicolas and Sarsi Emmanuel in Philippine Cinema of the early eighties. Her career and life were tragically cut short after an unfortunate alleged crossing of paths with comedy stars and noontime variety show personalities Joey de Leon, Richie d’Horsey, and Vic Sotto. Vic Sotto is the brother of now Senator Vicente “Tito” Sotto who himself was a famous showbiz celebrity. The man who was to become Senator of the Republic starred alongside his brother Vic and Joey de Leon in various productions. The trio are well-known for their billing as “Tito Vic and Joey” with d’Horsey often joining them in supporting roles…

    In 1982, Paloma who was aged fifteen at the time reportedly approached then Philippine Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile for help, claiming she was raped by de Leon, d’Horsey, and Sotto. Enrile referred Paloma to the law firm Angara Abello Concepcion Regala & Cruz Law Offices (ACCRA) where the late former Senator Rene Cayetano was at the time a senior partner. Cayetano took the job of legal counsel to Paloma in a move that would catapult him into the media sportlight of the time…

    [...] Rene Cayetano first gained prominence in 1982 when he served as pro bono counsel of the late sexy starlet Pepsi Paloma, then 15 years old, who said she was molested by television hosts Vic Sotto, Joey de Leon and Richie d’ Horsey.

    Apparently Cayetano did not have much of a chance to show off his attack-litigation skills in this case after some sort of deal was brokered behind the scenes…

    The case was amicably settled after Vic’s brother, Vicente Sotto III — now a senator and personal campaign manager of presidential candidate Fernando Poe Jr. — intervened, prompting the three celebrities to issue a public apology in open.

    There was speculation at the time that the fallout from the episode severely impacted Paloma’s career after producers would no longer touch the starlet with a ten-foot pole following the incident. Amazingly, the careers in the entertainment industry of the accused continued to flourish despite the scandal (and, of course, Tito Sotto went on to become a powerful Philippine Senator) — a testament to the deeply ingrained culture of impunity in the Philippines. Paloma reportedly went on to hang herself under circumstances which, like most of her life, were presumably “shrouded in mysteryâ€.

    Could Paloma’s descent into showbiz persona non grata status after the close of the case have precipitated a slide into suicidal depression? More to the point: Did the famous comedy trio of Tito Vic and Joey along with D’Horsey have anything to do with a possible blacklisting of Paloma in the industry?

    Whatever it was, and if the hands of the Sotto brothers somehow had a place within the “mysterious” circumstances of Paloma’s demise, the ultimate outcome — the case simply going away, in every sense of the phrase — certainly favoured the boys in this instance.

  • bright

    may boyfriend ba ung girl?

    • Jeffrey Peligro

      not really relevant. Si Wally may asawa.

  • dos_sentimos

    Me while watching the video.
    “nice wally, RESPECT! ” and then i saw the last part of the video.
    ” Ay!! Pkepek! “

  • nakatutok

    two consenting adults, isang babae at isang lalaki, having sex………no big deal
    kung nag orgy silang tatlo nila Paolo, Jose at Wally ; at sinali nila si Rhyzza Mae..e yun ang big deal…..

    • Jane Tan

      Correction: two consenting adults – one married man with kids, and one woman that isn’t his wife.

      That’s adultery. And, its a big deal because he’s a TV personality on a show watched by millions.

      • bright


      • inquirercet

        adultery as crime is so medieval. let the husband and wife deal with their own problems. the state intruding into their problem is barbaric.

      • wafu


      • Leif Gosselaar

        Jail time .for Mr. Bayola

      • nakatutok

        sorry po manang…yung belo at rosaryo nyo po nahulog…

  • watot

    Haka haka isa lng daw yan sa marami…hmmmmm

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