Why Nico Bolzico calls Solenn Heussaff ‘wifezilla’

Alexa Villano
Why Nico Bolzico calls Solenn Heussaff ‘wifezilla’
Nico spills the beans on what Solenn is really like at home

MANILA, Philippines – Considering how happy Solenn Heussaff and Nico Bolzico look on their incredibly popular Instagram videos, it’s surprising that Nico often calls Solenn a wifezilla.

According to Nico, Solenn was very upset with him after the hair dryer prank he pulled on her that he had to clean the mess.




“She told me to slow down a little bit because I was going a bit over the top. So since that prank, there were no more pranks,” he said during the press conference for their newest endorsement deal with Kenny Rogers on Monday, August 14.

“I’ve been pranking people since 1995. It’s just now that I’m pranking a famous person, that why it becomes a big deal,” he added.

Turning serious, he said: “The reality is I call her wifezilla is because she is actually the opposite of a wifezilla.” 

Solenn added: “I’m just super wifezilla when it comes to the house – cleaning, tidying up the house. The rest, [I’m] just chill.”

Family plans, Nico on a showbiz career?

Although they have been married for a year now, Solenn and Nico said that they are still taking time to enjoy being together as well as concentrating on their respective careers. Family plans can wait.

“We’re at the age where our career is at its peak dapat, so we’re going to work a little bit more before having a little [Nico],Solenn said.

“I want [to have kids] but she’s telling me to slow down,” Nico added. Currently, they have a pet turtle named Patato and might get a dog as a practice for their future family.

As for appearing on screen, Nico said that he’ll leave showbiz to Solenn.

“The truth is I’m not a good actor. So I won’t be able to perform as an actor. So if you ever give me a script, I would just like [no],” he said.

Solenn and Nico during the Samsung 8 phone launch. File photo by Rob Reyes/Rappler

Solenn said that she and Nico are open to the possibility of doing more commercials and endorsements, but they choose carefully.

“We’re game naman but we only like to endorse things that we really believe in, actually use, or wear. So we’re picky,” she said. – Rappler.com

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Alexa Villano

Alexa is one of Rappler's Lifestyle and Entertainment reporters, covering local entertainment news to a wide range of topics from beauty pageants to reality shows.