Erich Gonzales’ admirer responds to accusations he is a scammer

Xian Gaza says his past was never a secret.

Erich Gonzales’ admirer responds to accusations he is a scammer-Joan Leary
Joan Leary


07/05/2017 01:13 AM
Erich Gonzales’ admirer responds to accusations he is a scammer
Photo credits to Xian S. Gaza FB


Businessman Xian Gaza got the attention of the online world when he put up a billboard in Manila just to invite actress Erich Gonzales to have coffee with him.

After becoming an internet sensation, the young CEO is exposed by Davao-based model Dewanie Catapang, who is saying he’s a fraud and just made the stint to go viral.

Read: Model exposes Erich Gonzales CEO admirer as a fraud

Xian took to Facebook to air his side of the story and stated he never wanted the publicity. He added that he has no intention of hiding his mistakes in the past.

“My bitter past was never a secret and (I’m) even publicly open about it. Pagkabangon na pagkabangon ko, I entered into a legal settlement to each and every character who became part of those dark chapters of my life,” he wrote.

He also revealed that he is still embroiled in a couple of legal battles.

“Monthly financial settlements and two (2) judicial court settlements are still on-going up to this day and yup, I'm very open sa lahat ng iyon publicly. If you are after legal, financial and moral damages claims just like the others, you will contact me directly for a personal settlement, send a demand letter through a lawyer/law firm or file a case to the respective City Prosecutors Office or Judicial Courts.

But of course if hindi kayo doon after, eh you will all execute a series of highly organized black propaganda publicly to destroy me and ride with the fame that comes with it. Perfect timing and perfect opportunity na eh.

“I'm not after fame, all I want is a coffee date. From bottom of my heart, thank you so much for the national attention. May God bless us all,” he ended his post.