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‘Dream Maker’ contestant Kyler Chua is under fire over controversial social media posts

Dream chaser Kyler Chua got blasted by netizens and social media personalities for ironically auditioning for a Kapamilya Network show despite promoting and supporting politicians instrumental in its shutdown in his now-deleted social media posts.

A contestant in ABS-CBN’s reality pop group competition, Dream Maker, is currently under fire over his past controversial social media posts.

Dream chaser Kyler Chua got blasted by netizens and social media personalities for ironically auditioning for a Kapamilya Network show despite promoting and supporting politicians instrumental in its shutdown in his now-deleted social media posts.



Netizen @leeteukAngel00 didn’t mince words in tweeting her disgust over Chua’s shameful attitude.

“Wow para dun contestants Dream Maker na apologist na hypocrite pa. Why would you audition on a station that you want to shutdown??? Tanga ka ba?? Yes I’m talking to you at Kyler Chua.”

Former PBB housemate Justin Dizon also tweeted his reaction castigating the contestant.

@cherrydeobit, meanwhile, slammed Chua for his “confidence” to join the competition despite his underwhelming talent and support for those who caused the network’s shutdown.

@supernegatrona also tweeted about Chua’s lackluster talent.

Social media personality and influencer AC Soriano, meanwhile, advised Chua to wash the dishes instead because he does not deserve to be on the show.

@chakapuso also chose violence in its tweet, saying Chua should just withdraw from the competition.

The Twitter account also shared Celebrity Studio’s (Chua’s talent management agency) official statement released on November 21, asking for an apology and understanding with regard to Chua’s previous controversial social media posts.



Blogger Rod Magaru also shared Celebrity Studio’s statement with the caption “I was just out over the weekend and I’m already a showbiz stranger. Catching up on comment sec.”

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