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Kim Chiu claps back at netizen who accused her of bashing Pres. Rodrigo Duterte

Kim denied she ever bashed the President and it would be helpful instead to pray together during this trying time due to COVID-19.

“I never bashed the President. Please know everything muna bago kayo mambash dito sa page ko! AND PLEASE! PLEASE! STOP THE HATE!”

This was how Kim Chiu replied to a netizen who claimed that the Kapamilya actress bashed President Rodrigo Duterte.

The netizen even went as far as telling Kim to improve her reading comprehension instead of ranting online without trying to help the needy ones.

The basher said, “Bago ka mam bash kay president magbasa ka ng maigi intindihin mo wag puro fake news wala ka nman matulong sa gobyerno puro kayo ngaw ngaw buysit kayo iba artista nang babash kay pres. Dko mapigilan di mag comment.”

Kim denied she ever bashed the President and it would be helpful instead to pray together during this trying time due to COVID-19.

Kim rebutted: “I never bashed the President. Please know everything muna bago kayo mambash dito sa page ko! And please! Please! Stop the hate! Ang dami nyong time. Ibuhos nalang natin yung natin sa pagdadasal na sana matapos na ang masamang panaginip na ito. Ang dami nang nahihirapan. I’m sure pati ikaw din. Wala din naman mangyayari kahit may sabihin tayo o wala. Mas may mangyayari pa pag sama sama at sabay sabay tayong magdasal. So please please stop the hate!”

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Kim was not bashing Duterte last week as she was actually referring to the local government of Quezon City and its negligence in distributing relief goods to its constituents, which caused some residents from Sitio San Roque to stage a protest where they were arrested.

Kim reiterated: “Hindi dapat hulihin or bugbugin ang kailangan kausapin, they will not be doing those things kung nabibigyan sila ng tamang atensyon and support from the local government.”



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