Comedian Vice Ganda's recent positive aura is not because of his blooming love life.
This was clarified by the It's Showtime host himself during a taped interview aired on The Buzz on Sunday wherein he also denied getting back with his still unidentified boyfriend with whom he parted ways with a month ago.
"Wala akong nakabalikan. Basta masaya lang ako. Masayang masaya ang buhay ko," he said.
While he was direct in saying that no reconciliation happened, Vice however, was evasive if there's a new person in his life.
"Basta. Basta masaya. Mas gusto ko maging private ngayon. Kasi naranasan ko talaga nung mga nakalipas na taon, pinilit ko maging private pero hindi pa rin kami nakaligtas. Ang dami pa ring nangyari. Mas gusto ko na talagang manahimik," said the comedian.
But he assured his fans that he is a in a better place right now after the heartbreak that he went through recently.
"Basta gusto ko lang ang alam nila, masya ako para masaya din sila kapag nalaman nilang masaya ako. I am so happy with all the people around me," he said.
Meanwhile, the box office star also took the opportunity to address the critics who have been questioning the sequel of his hit flick Praybeyt Benjamin in this year's Metro Manila Film Festival.
Vice says he just chooses to ignore such negative comments saying that, "Lahat naman ng pelikula namin na-bash pero ano bang nangyari? Taon-taon kami naman ang highest grossing film. We are blessed. We should be very thankful."
As to the relentless questioning how his box office comedy film made it to the cut, Vice says the question should be reiterated to the Metro Manila Development Authority who is responsible in facilitating the annual film festival and to their camp.
"Yung tanong nila kung bakit pinasok ang 'Praybeyt Benjamin,' hindi kami ang makakasagot niyan. Ang makakasagot niyan yung mga opisyales na namili. Kung magse-self defense ako, parang pangit pakinggan. Ang dapat mag-explain niyan ay MMDA kasi sila ang pumili," he said.
Apart from Vice, Praybeyt Benjamin 2 will also star Kris Aquino's son, James Bimby Yap Jr.