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Prince Stefan denies gay rumors

Prince Stefan (Photo courtesy of GMA Network)Prince Stefan (Photo courtesy of GMA Network)"Hindi yun totoo."

Thus did Kapuso actor Prince Stefan deny gay rumors that have constantly hounded him.

In a taped interview with GMA-7's "Showbiz Central" last Sunday, June 19, Prince said he's aware there are rumors regarding his sexuality—and that he accepts it's part of his job as a celebrity.

"Well, there's a time na ang dami kong naririnig, ang dami kong nababasa. Hindi kasi lahat ng tao magugustuhan ka e. You can't please anybody, everybody. Syempre for a while mahuhurt ka... well, part yun ng trabaho mo e," Prince said in the interview.

He added, "Ang daming naninira sa akin. Ang daming may ayaw sa akin. Ganun talaga e. Hindi mo maple-please lahat."

Prince also clarified rumors that he was seen in public with a gay companion.

"May pinsan akong bading, may mga relatives akong ganun na pag lumalabas kami outside, nata-tabloid agad or nakikita ako wit h my friends or ganito." Prince said. "Feeling ko hindi dapat masamain na kapag bading hindi maging kaibigan. Kasi tao rin sila e  (at hindi dapat) sukatin yung pagkatao nila dahil ganun sila."

The young actor admits getting indecent proposals through his social networking accounts but said he never accepts them.

"Feeling ko, lalaki na nakikitaan nilang wish nila or good-looking, or magandang katawan, feeling ko it's nature na magkaroon ng indecent proposal," Prince explained.

Prince was one of the three male finalists of the fourth season of "Starstruck" (where Aljur Abrenica emerged as the grand male winner). Since then, Prince has appeared in shows such as "My Lover, My Wife" and "Bantatay" and was part of the recent staging of Tanghalang Pilipino's "Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah: Ze Muzikal." His sexy pictures also appeared in a poster magazine last year.

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