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Kim Chiu responds after getting bashed over ‘classroom’ statement

Kim Chiu acknowledged the fact that she herself did not understand what she said during the #LabanKapamilya Facebook Live session.



5/9/2020 10:18 PM
Kim Chiu responds after getting bashed over ‘classroom’ statement

Photo credit to @chinitaprincess on IG

Following a series of bashing due to her comments over ABS-CBN’s closure during an online protest on Facebook with her fellow Kapamilya celebrities, Kim Chiu posted her response on Instagram. 

"Sa classroom, may batas. Bawal lumabas. O, bawal lumabas, pero pag sinabi, pag nag-comply ka na bawal lumabas. Pero may ginawa ka sa pinagbabawal nila, inayos mo yung law ng classroom niyo at sinubmit mo uli, ay puwede na pala ikaw lumabas,” she said during the Facebook Live session. 

The 30-year-old Kapamilya celebrity, who was trying to compare the implementation of the National Telecommunications Commission’s (NTC) cease and desist order against ABS-CBN with classroom rules, was not able to get her message across to her followers.

This then led to a series of bashing online — making the “Love Thy Woman” star top Twitter’s local trending list.

But instead of clapping back at her bashers, the Kapamilya star said in her latest Instagram post, “Maraming salamat sa lahat ng nakinig at umunawa sa amin kagabi. Thank you for choosing kindness, empathy and compassion! Maraming salamat po. Sinabi tungkol sa “classroom,” nung binasa ko, hindi ko din naintindihan. Pareho lang tayo!”



Parang pagpapasara lang ng ntc sa abs di maintindihan. Okay po. Sensya na! Nadala lang ng bugso ng damdamin. Sa dami ng sinabi ko yun lang talaga ang napansin nyo? Kahit ano paman ang sabihin nyo OKAY LANG PO basta #LABANKAPAMILYA,” she added. 

ABS-CBN News, on the other hand, cleared out that the artcard allegedly quoting Kim Chiu’s remarks that are currently making rounds online did not came from them. 



Among the other celebrities who joined the said online protest were Coco Martin, Judy Ann Santos and Bela Padilla.