For those who are updated about Filipino pop culture in 2000’s, Jay Manalo is a staple name not just for his antagonistic roles in various TV and movie projects but also for his usual features in tabloid stories on being a womanizer.
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Jay is known to the industry and to the public as a ladies’ man. The proof of that is when he admitted that he had multiple relationships and had 11 children with different women.
“I am in good terms with my ex-girlfriends with whom I have kids,” he previously said in an interview with Philippine Daily Inquirer entertainment columnist Dolly Anne Carvajal.
His “bad boy image” was also seen by the public when he was arrested for making bomb jokes in airports in two separate occasions.
It looks like there is no hope but Jay, just like the other men, changed his ways as time evolved and it started when he met a woman named Raizza.
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After dating Raizza, Jay popped the question most women are waiting for and she said yes. After that, Jay and Raizza have been inseparable.
By just looking at Jay’s Instagram account, it can be seen that he is fateful to his gorgeous wife. He is also now a family’s man as he spends his leisure time with their four children when he is not busy with his career.
Currently, he is part of the GMA 7’s show The Cure with Mark Herras and Angel Mercado.
So for those who are saying that a womanizer will never change, just take a look to Jay Manalo, a veteran actor who was once the poster boy for machismo ladies’ man.
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What do you think about Jay’s transformation from a womanizer to a loyal husband? Tell us in the comments section below!