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Maja Salvador remains mum on issues thrown at her on social media

Maja began her acting career in ABS-CBN back in 2003. She starred in iconic films such as Sukob and One More Chance. She was also known for her teleseryes, Legal Wife, Wild Flower, and The Killer Bride.

Recently, actress Maja Salvador has been the subject of countless gossip and stories.

From ABS-CBN banning the actress to rumors that she tried to recruit ABS-CBN Talents to move out of the network, Maja remains mum on the allegations.

There have been rumors that Maja has been allegedly recruiting ABS-CBN talents to move out of the network.

This netizen pointed out the contents of the chiding the actress for allegedly recruiting talents out of ABS-CBN.

Other netizens also wrote about rumors of the ABS-CBN banning the actress from their network.

This netizen, on the other hand, defended Maja amidst the rumors.

Despite these rumors, Maja remained mum on the issues and rumors tagged by netizens. Contrary to reacting to rumors, Maja retweeted a post highlighting the reruns of her teleserye, The Killer Bride on NovelaEPlus.

Maja began her acting career in ABS-CBN back in 2003. She starred in iconic films such as Sukob and One More Chance. She was also known for her teleseryes, Legal Wife, Wild Flower, and The Killer Bride.



Maja joined former Star Magic Head Johnny Manahan on his venture with TV5 when ABS-CBN shut down in 2020. She joined the cast of Sunday Noontime Live. After the showrunners axed the noontime show, reports note that Maja will continue working with TV5. Reports say she will have an upcoming series with actor-comedian Empoy Marquez.

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