Filipino actress Kim Chiu just released a new song on her YouTube channel based on a previous statement she made which went viral. The song currently has more than 1 million views on YouTube.
KIM CHIU PARTICIPATES IN LABAN KAPAMILYA
Chiu had participated in Laban Kapamilya, a social media gathering of ABS-CBN’s talents, where they were recorded expressing their thoughts following the closure of the Philippine network.
Laban Kapamilya was streamed live on Chiu’s Facebook page, where she was asked questions about the closure of ABS-CBN.
“Sa classroom may batas, bawal lumabas, oh bawal lumabas. Pero ‘pag sinabi, ‘pag nag-comply ka na bawal na lumabas pero may ginawa ka sa pinagbabawal nila, inayos mo ‘yong law ng classroom niyo at sinumbit mo ulit ay pwede na pala ikaw lumabas,” Chiu said.
KIM CHIU AFFECTED BY NEGATIVE STATEMENTS ONLINE
Many had unkind words at Chiu’s statement, with the actress quite surprised at the amount of online reaction.
On a video posted to YouTube, Chiu featured her friend, Filipino songwriter Adrian Crisanto, who had earlier encouraged her to look past the negative comments being left on her social media channels.
Kim admitted that she was very disappointed with the negative comments made about her statement, but thanked Crisanto and Filipino musician DJ Squammy for their support.
You can watch the video here:
Chiu recently paid a visit to her brother, who lives in Canada. She had a nice time during her visit. You can check her trip here:
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