Kris Aquino and Batangas Vice Governor Mark Leviste
Kris Aquino and Batangas Vice Governor Mark Leviste
Kris Aquino, Mark Leviste via Facebook
Batangas vice governor responds to Kris Aquino's call for new male friends
Jan Milo Severo ( - September 23, 2019 - 3:15pm

MANILA, Philippines  — After calling on men to add her on her personal Facebook account, “Queen of All Media” Kris Aquino received a message from Batangas Vice Governor Mark Leviste.

On Kris' Instagram post, Mark commented “Looking for someone single, aged 41?"

"Vice Gov—'di ba si @cathyvalencia ang pino-pormahan mo? I'm in negotiations with her now... baka mawala pa eh good offer pa naman," Kris replied.

Cathy, an aesthetic dermatologist, also commented on the post saying she and the vice governor are just friends.

"@krisaquino no we're just friends. And I want us to only remain friends," Cathy commented.

Kris warned Mark that she’s been hurt with “players” and elected officials but said she’s looking forward to seeing Leviste.

"Vice Gov—napaso na sa "players" (literal and figurative) and sa elected officials. You have a [check] in both boxes. Not 'looking' but I look forward to getting to know you better and befriending you," Kris wrote.

"Fair enough. Something to look forward to," Mark replied.

Recently, Kris announced that she’s open to having friends who are 41 to 55 years-old single men.

“FYI, i now have a personal FB account, BUT i only have 8 friends- so far... anybody there na gustong i-friend ako privately?” Kris wrote.

“If you’re male, please be between 41 to 55, single (pwedeng widowed, divorced, legally separated, or annulled), and if you’re a DOCTOR (especially a rheumatoid, immunology, allergy specialist, neurologist, anesthesiologist, pain management specialist, or cardiologist) promise ACCEPT agad ang friend request,” Kris added.

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