Without a doubt, Enchong Dee is one of the most adventurous celebrities in the showbiz industry. Recently, the Kapamilya actor had a wonderful time exploring the beautiful beaches of Lapu-Lapu in Cebu City, escaping the gloom of rainy Manila.
As expected, Enchong Dee took some time to share snippets of his short vacation on the island, for all his fans to see. Apparently, in one of his posts, the actor documented his first experience eating the seafood called as “saang.”
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In his caption, he said that trying different kinds of seafood is one of the things that he always looks forward whenever he goes for an adventure.
“I look forward to this kind of food adventure wherever I go… so for this specific seafood, you remove the bottom part because it’s where the nasty part is and just eat the entire thing. Taste good though.”
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Watching the video, there’s no denying that Enchong Dee enjoyed his first experience eating “saang.” In fact, he looks like a food vlogger while recording the video which has now 228,439 views as of writing.
Meanwhile, as expected, his post gained mixed reactions from the netizens who’ve watched the video. Although many were delighted to see him while eating “saang”, critical netizens were quick to point out that he looks too effeminate in the video.
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Well, this came to us as no surprise because it is already an old issue that the actor is allegedly a gay man. However, in his previous interviews, Enchong Dee stressed that he does not really care about his detractors’ accusation since he knows he’s not gay.
“Opo (narinig ko na po ‘yon). Bahala na po sila. Wala na po (akong magagawa). Kumbaga, simula po noon hanggang ngayon, wala po akong ginagawang masama pero kapag ganyan, may mga lumalabas nga.”
Watch the video below:
First time trying “Saang” ( what do you call it in your province or country? ) I look forward to this kind of food adventure wherever I go… so for this specific seafood you remove the bottom part because it’s where the nasty part is and just eat the entire thing🐚🤷🏻♂️😋 Taste good though🤙🏼 #EnchongAwesomeTravel 🇵🇭 #BastaTripMo 😉