Vice Ganda is in hot water (some say ala Willie Revillame levels) when he joked during his I-Vice Ganda Mo Ko concert (attended by ABS-CBN CEO and President Charo Santos-Concio and other ABS-CBN top honchos) last May 17: “Ang hirap nga lang kung si Jessica Soho magbo-bold. Kailangan gang rape lagi. Sasabihin ng rapist, ‘Ipasa ang lechon.’ Sasabihin naman ni Jessica, ‘Eh nasaan yung apple?'” (It will be difficult if Jessica Soho gets naked. It has to be gang rape all the time. The rapist will say, “Pass the pork!” Jessica will say, “But where’s the apple?”)
It then came to the attention of GMA News and Current Affairs reporters and another anchor Arnold Clavio who all tweeted about it. Later on, Peabody awardee, Jessica Soho herself issued the following statement: “Rape is not a joke and should never be material for a comedy concert.”
“I thank all those who shared my hurt and expressed their support, but this should not be about me but about rape victims who suffer tremendously from this terrible crime. The horrors they go through are unspeakable and should never be taken lightly, especially by way of a cruel joke.”
Vice Ganda also poked fun at several other famous figures in that now infamous concert. He joked that if he wins in the 2016 presidential election, he would court Nancy Binay: “Siya ang gagawin kong First Lady… Ang mga tipo niya ay malapit sa mga tulad kong kabayo— Black Beauty.” He also said he has been receiving many tweets about Nnacy Binay that he dreamt about her. “I couldn’t see the dream. Nakita ko siya sa Boracay. Nakikipagtalo siya sa isang tattoo artist. Nagpa-henna raw kasi siya pero ’di niya makita.”
He also described Former President and now Pampanga Rep. Gloria Arroyo as “mukhang daga.” Vice Ganda said: ’Wag niyo nang i-video at ilagay ’to sa YouTube, ha? Mamaya mapanood at marinig pa ni Gloria na sinabihan ko siyang mukhang daga. Eh, alam mo naman si Gloria laging nasa tapat ’yan ng computer kasi nga mouse!”
Vice Ganda also poked fun of Kris Aquino, Boy Abunda, Willie Revillame, Kim Atienza, Gus Abelgas, Charice and Aiza Seguerra.