Chito Miranda reveals sources of income outside Parokya ni Edgar

Chito Miranda is not just a musician — he’s also a thrifty businessman with different sources of income.  

In a past vlog, the Parokya ni Edgar frontman shared his many businesses that earned him money outside of his well-loved rock band.  

Chito talked about his businesses that were for “public consumption” — Quento, Tomato Kick, 12 Monkey’s and Honey’s Kimchi. He added that he didn’t feature his other real-estate investments since he thought they weren’t interesting for the vlog. 

He also revealed in the video that he wanted to share this to let people know that he is constantly working to secure the future of his family.  

“The reason kung bakit nagsisipag ako kasi sobra akong tamad, ayoko magpakahirap sa dulo,” he admitted.

The soon-to-be father of two said that he would want to be financially secured enough to be able to travel more with his family and just perform on the side in the future.   

“Gusto ko pagdating sa future sobrang secure na ng family ko kahit mag relax-relax na lang kami, pa-travel-travel, tugtog-tugtog konti, we’d still be financially secured,” he said.  

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Back in April, Chito’s wife Neri was asked if her husband was financially dependent on her. The 35-year-old responded that she learned how to manage her money with the help of Chito. 

“Kahit wala sya masyadong gigs, ang dami naman nyang investments katulad ng paupahan. May mga townhouse at condos syang pinapaupahan, dun palang solb na kami. Kay Chito ako natutong humawak ng pera, she said.  

READ: Neri Naig responds to netizens asking if Chito Miranda depends on her financially 

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