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Kim Atienza responds to bashers calling him “plastic” for thanking Vice Ganda

While netizens praised Kuya Kim for responding to Vice Ganda, others claimed that he was being “plastic” to the comedian-host.

Filipino broadcaster and host Kim Atienza addressed his bashers for calling him ‘plastic’ after he thanked Vice Ganda.

For the 13th anniversary of It’s Showtime, the hosts showcased their talents and competed against each other. On November 19, Ryan Bang finally won his first “Magpasikat 2022.”

Before the show ends, Vice Ganda shared a heartfelt message where he thanked all the staff behind It’s Showtime and even their previous co-hosts.  Vice Ganda expressed, “Gusto kong magpasalamat at balikan yung pinagmulan natin. Direk Bobet Vidanes, thank you very much. Direk Mel Feliciano, thank you very much. Direk Boyet, thank you very much.”

The comedian host also mentioned Billy Crawford, Coleen Garcia, Eruption, Joey Marquez, and Kuya Kim Atienza.

In his tweet on November 19, Vice Ganda expressed his gratitude to the ‘Madlang People’ for supporting their show.

In a separate tweet, Atienza then tagged Vice Ganda and It’s Showtime and also acknowledged them.

While netizens praised Atienza for responding to Vice Ganda, others claimed that he is being ”plastic” to the comedian-host.

“Gusto nya mag trending ung kaplastikan nya,” said one netizen.

Another netizen then defended Kuya Kim saying that the weather anchor simply responded to Vice Ganda. Kuya Kim then thanked the netizen for standing up for him.

Atienza also said that some people are simply toxic.

When one netizen said that Kuya Kim should have just privately messaged Vice Ganda, Kim responded saying, “Nag DM po ba si vice? Hingang malalim po galaw galaw.”

Kim Atienza left the ABS-CBN network in September 2021 and moved to the GMA Network. He then joined the newscast 24 Oras, Mars Pa More, Dapat Alam Mo!, and TiktoClock.

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