Rustom says ‘BB Gandanghari’ is still a virgin

Actor Rustom Padilla or BB Gandanghari, as he now wants to be called, is still a “virgin”. Fresh from studying in New York, BB is proud to say that he doesn’t go for “one-night” love affairs.


“I don’t go for one night. Bebe is a virgin. Wala pa siyang boyfriend, hindi pa siya nagkaka-boyfriend. So she is a virgin,” stressed Padilla.

One of the brothers of actor Robin Padilla, BB also said that though he dated some men in the States, he still has no experience dating local male stars.

BB, one of the popular leading men in the ‘90s, admitted that he was gay when he was one of the contestants of reality-based competition Pinoy Big Brother.

He also dismissed speculations that he already sought a sex change.

Asked if he is planning to undergo a sex-change procedure, BB replied, “No comment. You know I’m in the middle of everything so no comment.”


‘Mina and Padillas’

BB, the former husband of actress-host Carmina Villaroel said that he is happy that his ex-wife is open and willing to work with him again.

He is also glad that the current husband of the actress, actor Zoren Legaspi, also expressed willingness to do a project with him.

“I’m very happy and I’m very touched. I’m just glad na everything is okay and I’m very happy. I wish them well,” BB said.

BB said that he is also willing to work with the couple “anytime.”


The actor said that everybody should learn to live the life they really want.

He said that actor Rustom Padilla is already dead and “BB Gandanghari is here to stay, alive and kicking.”


BB said he knows that his family will be very supportive and will accept his new persona. “Well, we have to accept things,” he stressed.

Rustom or BB is now looking forward to meeting the rest of his family who he said are very busy right now with their respective jobs.

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