Actress Kim Chiu reacted to the negative reactions she received after radio station Wish 107.5 featured her song ‘Bawal Lumabas’ on their Youtube channel.
As of writing, the video of Chiu already received 454,000 dislikes on Youtube and already considered by some as the most disliked Youtube video uploaded by a Filipino channel within 24 hours.
However, Chiu seems not affected by the tremendous amount of criticisms she received on social media.
In her Twitter page, Chiu retweeted several posts from her fans like a tweet about on how the actress infuriate her bashers in a positive way.
— kim chiu (@prinsesachinita) June 3, 2020
Chiu also shared some memes from her supporters who also defended Wish’s decision to feature the actress.
“Wish 107.5 has been the most accommodating and unbiased media platform for all the popular and aspiring singers/artists regardless of their respective music labels. It’s not right to take it against with the channel that gives equal opportunity,” netizen @uniqlhou said.
Wish 107.5 has been the most accommodating and unbiased media platform for all the popular and aspiring singers/artists regardless of their respective music labels. It's not right to take it against with the channel that gives equal opportunity.
(ctto of this photo) pic.twitter.com/9hMVuJZ3ht
— UniqLhou (@Uniqlhou) June 5, 2020
When one of Chiu’s fans, blamed the critics of the actress for making her Wish performance trending, the actress still tried to respond in a positive way.
“Okay lang atleast pinanood nila!!!” she said.
Okay lang atleast pinanood nila!!!❤️❤️❤️???? hi classmates!!!!???????????? https://t.co/rdVy8CPa8q
— kim chiu (@prinsesachinita) June 5, 2020
Wish said that Chiu’s song was a testament that a “seemingly unfortunate experience in life can be turned into something positive”
Last month, the actress made a confusing statement while defending ABS-CBN to the critics.
“Sa classroom may batas, bawal lumabas, oh bawal lumabas. Pero ‘pag sinabi, ‘pag nag-comply ka na bawal na lumabas pero may ginawa ka sa pinagbabawal nila, inayos mo ‘yong law ng classroom niyo at sinubmit mo ulit ay pwede na pala ikaw lumabas.” Chiu said.
Chiu apologized after it received criticisms from the netizens, admitting that her statement was really hard to understand.
The statement has gone viral on social media and even imitated by several government officials like Harry Roque.
After a few days, Chiu surprised the netizens after she made a song based on her statement and even launched merchandise to help charities.