Cyberspace abuzz again with new ‘Chito Miranda, Naig’ sex video | Inquirer Technology

Cyberspace abuzz again with new ‘Chito Miranda, Naig’ sex video

/ 08:13 AM October 01, 2013

Chito Miranda. Screengrab from Chito Miranda and Neri Naig Scandal part 2.

MANILA, Philippines—Barely two months after the sex video of Parokya Ni Edgar lead vocalist Chito Miranda and his actress girlfriend Neri Naig hugged the spotlight, another sex video allegedly of the couple is circulating in the Internet.

The video, which shows Miranda and Naig, a 2004 Star Circle Quest finalist, engaged in torrid sexual act in a well-lit room, comes almost two months after their controversial 7:17-minute sex tape stirred the local cyberspace in August. There are moments in the video when Miranda and Naig look at the camera, as if it was made for showing.


The September video, released on Sunday, lasts longer at 11:20 minutes.

The couple, however, has not confirmed the authenticity of the video as of posting time.

FEATURED STORIES tried reaching the rock singer’s comment on his Twitter and Facebook account but he did not respond.

But on Monday night, the unperturbed Miranda posted a photo of him and Naig in Instagram saying “Mahal na mahal namin ang isa’t-isa. The more na subukan nilang guluhin ang buhay namin, mas lalo lang tumitibay ang pagmamahalan at samahan namin.”



The sex tape made the rounds in Internet forums after a netizen, “Nardong Putik,” sent a download link of the video to a blogsite on Sunday.

The moderator of the sex-themed blog published a message of “Nardong Putik” saying he couldn’t help but share the video, “out of generosity, to help.”


The netizen said he came across Chito and Neri’s alleged video in a “small Facebook group” and “immediately downloaded it.”

On the other hand, the moderator, who goes by the name “Boy Bastos,” wrote a blog with the sex video attached to it.

He said that rumors were spreading that Miranda’s hard drive was not really stolen.

“Boy Bastos” claimed that based on word of mouth, members of the rock group Parokya ni Edgar were binge drinking and that later Miranda showed off the videos to his band mates.

After the drinking session, according to rumors, Miranda had no idea what happened next.

Miranda seeks NBI’s help


Philippine Daily Inquirer earlier reported that a week after the sex video erupted in August, the rock singer asked the National Bureau Investigation (NBI) to track down whoever stole and exposed his sex video with his girlfriend.

He said a hard drive containing his private video with Naig was stolen along with other items from a safe inside his room at his Quezon City residence.

“There was no sign of a break-in and the (only other) people inside our house were the household help and (members of) my family,” Miranda, said in the interview. He said he already had suspects but declined to name them.

NBI head agent Ronald Aguto had said the bureau already had leads on who uploaded the video on YouTube and that they would be the focus of the investigation.

“It appeared that Miranda is serious in his complaint against whoever spread the video,” the NBI official said as he warned those engaged in such activities that they could be charged with violation of the antivoyeurism law.

The Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009 imposes a penalty of three to seven years in prison and a fine of P100,000 to P500,000.

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TOPICS: Chito Miranda, Internet, Neri Naig, Parokya ni Edgar, Sex Scandal, Sex Tape, Social Media
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