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Regine Velasquez tweets scalding disclaimer for audiences complaining about her Livestream

Velasquez and Alcasid started streaming live performances on YouTube in July 2021. They perform several music numbers similar to a concert for free in an effort to give back to their fans amid the pandemic.

On September 23, Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez got angry on Twitter and posted a disclaimer to netizens complaining about her Livestream on YouTube. 

Velasquez blasted audiences who dared to complain about her LiveStream on YouTube via Twitter. She wrote that they shouldn’t watch her performance at all if they will only complain. She also noted those people are not paying her husband, Ogie Alcasid, so they shouldn’t ruin the free music event.

“Disclaimer; yung mga makakapal ang mukhang magreklamo tapos mag tweet pa UTANG NA LOOB wag na kayong manood!! Para ang laki nag binabayad nyo sa asawa ko ha!!!! Libre lang kaya walabg basagan ng trip!!!!”

https://twitter.com/reginevalcasid/status/1440991878191587343

Her fans expressed support to Velasquez, noting that she should ignore bashers.

https://twitter.com/adabalaba/status/1440992630725246976

Velasquez and Alcasid started streaming live performances on YouTube in July 2021. They perform several music numbers similar to a concert for free in an effort to give back to their fans amid the pandemic.

For those audiences who want to see her Livestream, they can visit Velasquez’s official YouTube account.

After her scalding tweet, she wrote about her live stream being a free mini-concert with the hashtag #turtlenecksesh and #walangbasaganngtrip.

https://twitter.com/reginevalcasid/status/1440995837052477444



Velasquez recently had her virtual concert in February 2021, titled ‘Freedom.’ She surprised fans with a stunning lineup of musical numbers that trended on social media with the #FreedomConcert.

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