By Ricky Lo
July 18 2008
That’s how Bibeth Orteza describes the writing of Dolphy’s biography, titled Hindi Ko Ito Narating Mag-Isa, which will be launched en grande at the NBC Tent at The Fort sometime next week. The invitation is also in behalf of the Dolphy Aid Para sa Pinoy Foundation which provides education for the underprivileged.
“The book was conceptualized as early as four years ago,” said Eric Quizon, one of Dolphy’s 18 children by six (I hope I got the number right) women, none of whom he married. “It’s our gift to Daddy on his 80th birthday (July 25).”
The tell-all book leaves no stone unturned. Except for one who’s deceased and Alma Moreno who gave Bibeth and company a runaround, all the women Dolphy has loved before were interviewed — including Lotis Key, now married to a basketball player and living in the States; Pilar Pilapil, now married to a pastor; and his current love, Zsa Zsa Padilla — and also all his children (except Freddie, deceased).
You wonder, does Dolphy clear the “bombilya” matter that has enhanced his macho image?