Ejay Falcon slams nude photo scandal

MANILA, Philippines - Young actor Ejay Falcon denies that he is the guy in the photo that has become the latest scandal in showbiz.

"Matagal na po 'yun. Pagkalabas ko ng PBB, lumabas na 'yun. Ano 'yun, dalawa 'yun eh. May video pa pero alam ko sa sarili ko na hindi po ako 'yun. Siguro mas kakabahan ako kung mukha ko talaga 'yung nakikita, pero hindi po eh. Naka-side view siya," the young actor told "The Buzz" on Nov. 21.

Ejay, who had just returned from a movie shoot with the Padillas (Robin, Mariel and Queenie) in India, stated firmly, "Hindi nila mapapatunayan na ako talaga 'yun."

"The Buzz" team also sought the opinion of graphic arts expert, Monax Moreno, to analyze whether the nude picture is real or not. According to Monax, the picture was not edited. However, when compared to a real photo of Ejay's, he concluded that the person in the picture is not the young actor.

"Hindi na-edit 'yung [nude] picture. Pero kung tititigan mong maigi, maco-compare mo na hindi si Ejay ['yun]... saka [kung] titingnan mo 'yung detalye ng picture, yung bone structure, walang masydong cheekbones si Ejay hindi kagaya dito [sa nude picture] parang mas may cheekbone siya.

"Tapos sa anggulong 'to 'no, kung tititigan mo din, mas matangos 'yung ilong ni Ejay kesa sa kanya [guy in the picture]. Kung sa katawan naman, parang magkaiba. Kasi kung 'yung dito lang sa arms, eh, magkaiba na eh. Ito mas merong muscle kesa dito eh," Monax explained.

Ejay pleads with the public to stop harping on the malicious rumor.

"Hindi lang naman ako yung artistang biktima nun, eh. Sana tigilan nyo na po kasi marami kayong taong nabibiktima. Marami kayong nababastos," said he.


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