Why do you think Filipinos find blind items so appealing? And why blind items are made when the media could simply name the people involved? In Hollywood, celebrities are being closely watched by wild photojournalists widely know as the paparazzi, so there’s no need for them to make up blind items as they have solid evidences handy. While it is true that Filipino celebrities are not entirely spared from this kind of privacy invasion, we are not at all as diligent as Americans in following our celebrities anywhere they go. Not to mention that photojournalists most likely find it unworthy of their time and effort, since it can’t really be made as a full-time career here owing to little cash flow. So, since we hardly ever have solid evidences handy, our media resort to blind items when they find destructive yet interesting facts about our celebrities. Like, recently, there was a huge bomb dropped against a certain matinee idol, named M.I. in blind items, and a certain young actress, O.A. in blind items. It says a possible vaginal contraction caused by stress further caused damage to these two young lovers’ reputation when they found each other in an embarrassing sex-lock situation that they have to be taken to an ER. Gossip Girls, gather around and decipher the codes. Could M.I., which obviously stands for matinee idol, be John Lloyd Cruz and O.A., look reversely, his girlfriend Shaina Magdayao? Star Magic says it’s a hoax, and Wikipedia confirmed that these cases are very rare and almost non-existent, but believe in what you believe is the truth. It seems like you’re not going to get the real truth, anyway.