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Wally Bayola and Yosh Rivera.
One month after an intimate video featuring singer Chito Miranda and his girlfriend, actress Neri Naig, was uploaded to YouTube, another sex video involving showbiz personalities has leaked.
The six-minute video was uploaded to YouTube late Monday and spread like wildfire on Facebook on Tuesday morning.
It is more shocking this time because it appears to document an extramarital affair between two talents of the daily noontime show “Eat Bulaga” — singer, comedian and host Wally Bayola and dancer Yoshika “Yosh” Rivera.
Wally has been married to nurse Riza Ruen Bayola since 1995. They have five children, the eldest of whom is 18. He is one half of a comic tandem with fellow “Eat Bulaga” mainstay Jose Manalo. He was absent from “Eat Bulaga” on Tuesday.
Yosh is a member of “Eat Bulaga’s” resident dance group, the EB Babes. Her Facebook fan page was deactivated on Tuesday.
The show’s executive producer Malou Choa Fagar declined to give any comment to News5.



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 An alleged scandal video of comedian Wally Bayola is currently circulating online.

A copy of the 6-minute video was uploaded to video sharing site Youtube on Monday. It was titled "Wally Bayola Of Eat Bulaga Scandal."

While the person in the clip resembles a great deal with the "Eat Bulaga" host, noone has come forward yet to confirm or deny whether Bayola is really the one shown in the video.

Just a month ago, another celebrity scandal shocked Noypi netizens when a private video of "Parokya Ni Edgar" vocalist Chito Miranda and actress Neri Naig made its way in the internet. Miranda, who said the video was stolen from them, has asked the help of the National Bureau of Investigation to determine who spread the video.

Proliferating such video is in violation of a Philippine law. If proven guilty, one will be imprisoned for up to seven years and will be fined up to P500,000 depending on the gravity of the offense, which is at the discretion of the court.