Ketchup Eusebio Plays a Vegetable Vendor with Disability in ‘MMK’

A vegetable vendor with a disability, whose photo of him using his custom-made tricycle for work went viral online, proves that nothing in life is impossible if you persevere in another touching story this week on “MMK.”

Tatay George (Ketchup Eusebio) was not born with a disability. In fact, he grew up as a strong and healty kid. However in an early age, he was forced to work to prove himself to his father that caused his legs to be paralyzed.

Amidst his condition, he remained to be a diligent student and pursued his studies. His drive to earn a diploma, however, was shattered when his very own father forced him to stop. George felt so bad that he left home and wandered the streets alone.

How did he face life on his own? What inspired him to continue fighting in life? What prompted him to make his custom-made tricycle?

Joining this upcoming episode are Empress Schuck, Allan Paule, Alicia Alonzo, Crispin Pineda, Justin James Quilantang, and Marco Masa . The episode is directed by Diosdado Lumibao and written by Joan Habana. “MMK” is led by Star Creatives COO Malou Santos.

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