PIOLO Pascual just shrugged off any negative comment aimed at him when he appeared in a Facebook Live video by Luis Manzano.
Manzano's account trended recently on social media after Pascual appeared on screen topless.
Pascual, who doesn't have a Facebook account, explained that it was his first time to experience and appear on something like that and he didn't know that it was uploaded real time.
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"Hindi ko alam na ganun pala ang Facebook Live. So, I learned my lesson. I guess I was too uncensored when I did it because he did it sa dressing room namin. Hindi ko alam na ina-upload pala 'yon," he said in an interview at the HOOQ Hangouts event held recently at Bonifacio Global City in Taguig.
The Kapamilya leading man said he will just charge it to experience and will be more careful next time.
"Yung mga ganun, when it gets uploaded, hindi mo na maaalis sa YouTube. What people see there is the real thing, 'yon ang uso, e. You know, for the sake of your viewers, di ba?"
When asked if he was discouraged to join Facebook after the mixed reviews earned by the video, Pascual said he didn't know any reaction from the fans and he will just leave it at that.
"I have no idea kung ano 'yong mga comments. It's his account so kung may mga nagsalita doon ng kung anu-ano, mas maganda na 'yong hindi ko alam."
Meanwhile, the actor was asked about his shelved television series "Written in Our Stars" with Jolina Magdangal, Sam Milby and Toni Gonzaga.
Pascual said they are still waiting for Gonzaga, who is scheduled to give birth next month, before moving forward in the series.
"What will happen in the next couple of months will remain to be seen. Focus muna ako sa movie. She's giving birth anytime in October and we'll see what happens after that."
Pascual will also be featured in a romantic drama movie with Yen Santos entitled "Once In A Lifetime." (Sunnex)