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Aga Muhlach airs his thoughts about ‘cancel culture’

Muhlach imparted that people should respect each other’s views in life, including politics.

Aga Muhlach aired his reaction about cancel culture during his guesting on the radio program/digital show–Cristy Ferminute on Tuesday, March 29.

As the 2022 election is fast approaching, cancel culture has been a hot topic on social media recently.

Muhlach imparted that people should respect each other’s views in life, including politics.

“It difficult really nowadays na lahat ng boses naririnig natin na minsan hindi na natin alam kung sino ang tama at kung sino ang mali. Ngayon sa akin indibidwal sa pagkatao ko, pipiliin ko ‘yung nakikita kong tama na gawin not necessarily sa politics ‘no, kundi sa buhay,” Muhlach shared.

“Gawin lang natin kung ano ‘yung kaya nating gawin, kung ano ‘yung dapat nating gawin para sa ikauunlad unang-una ng buhay nating lahat at ng mga mahal natin sa buhay tulad ng pamilya natin.

“Pagdating sa politika naman, wala na tayong magagawa, eh, ibig kong sabihin kung may kakampi ‘yung isa hindi mo na masu-sway ‘yan. Pag may kakampi rin ‘yung isa, para saan pa para tayo makipaglaban. Para sa akin lang, ayaw ko na kasi itong makadagdag ng gulo sa mundong ito o sa bayang ito.

“So, ‘yung sinasabing cancel culture hindi ko na lang iniintindi ‘yan kasi sa akin I will do my work as an actor and I will do my best to entertain and to keep people happy and pagdating sa mga gulo-gulo, ayaw ko talagang sumali.

“Galangan lang, kung may pink tayo hayaan natin, kung pula, hayaan natin ang pula, kung may asul, hayaan natin ang asul. Ang hirap na ng sitwasyon ng bansa natin, I think it’s very important at the end of the day let us not all forget to really love one another,” he shared.

The host, Cristy Fermin, inquired about the red polo shirt and tried to squeeze something from the actor-host–if he’s supporting the presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos.

Muhlach laughed. He reasoned that after the interview that he’s going golf.

The actor is one of the detective judges in TV5’s Masked Singer. He is also a host in NET 25 game shows Tara Game Agad Agad and Bida Kayo kay Aga.

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