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Some Netizens consider the former The Voice Kids contestant Juan Karlos Labajo as vocal on social issues compared to some of the country’s young artists today.
On Twitter, Labajo is one of the celebrities who vented his grievance and is not too happy with the results of the partial results of the 2019 Philippine Midterm Elections.
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The Buwan singer is starting to lose hope in the Philippines, as he said he’d want to move to another country.
“Wala na bang standards ang ating mga kababayan? Mukhang wala na talaga,” he said.
“Mukhang wala na talaga. Kakabuyset. Yoko na. alis nako lipat nako sa ibang bansa. Source of entertainment yung gobyerno natin dito.”
“Nagiging showbiz narin. literal ang daming artistang pulitiko. lol. malacanang tv — dilim (@KarlosLabajo) May 13, 2019
wala na bang standards ang ating mga kababayan? mukhang wala na talaga. — dilim (@KarlosLabajo) May 13, 2019
“Nagiging showbiz narin. literal ang daming artistang pulitiko. LOL. Malacanang TV,” the ‘Buwan’ singer added.
While he did not directly mention these senatoriables, some Netizens believed he was pertaining Lito Lapid and Bong Revilla Jr. who made it to the Magic 12 Senatorial Candidates.
Labajo also called Pinoys “ulol” who voted a senatoriable because “pogi siya.”
He also tweeted pa, “Parang ginagawang laruan ang buhay ng ating mga kapwang pilipino. Nakaupo sa kanilang mga tronong gawa sa ginto habang nakatingin sa baba. sa mga naghihirap.”
After getting flak on Twitter, Labajo decided to deactivate his account.
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Labajo is a product of a talent competition himself, being Bamboo Manalac’s ward during the first-ever kids’ edition of The Voice of the Philippines.