“Na-hurt ako ‘dun pero okay lang”: Kim Chiu stays positive after reading “mean tweets” about her

  • Kim Chiu decided to read and react to mean comments about her online
  • The actress admitted she sometimes feels hurt but brushed it off and thanked those who support her instead
  • Kim also said she accepts her mistakes and learns from them

To mark Kim Chiu’s two million subscribers in her YouTube Channel, the Chinita Princess granted the request of some of her followers to read controversial tweets and comments about her online.

Image Capture of Video by Kim Chiu via Youtube

One comment that Kim admitted being hurt over was when a netizen talked about her personality. The tweet goes, “Sus! ang bait bait noong sa PBB pa lang, kaya nanalo. Nakuha mo pa nga text vote ko eh! Ang layo pala sa totoong buhay.”

“Nakikita ko naman yung mga katrabaho ko, yung mga tao namin sa bahay; 20 years, 15 years na sa’min so I think kung salbahe ako, wala na sila. Iba-iba na yung mga tao namin. Naiiyak ako…Na-hurt ako ‘dun pero okay lang,” Kim replied.

Many other comments about Kim called her stupid or “tanga” for her viral “classroom law” analogy. But Kim took the high road and admitted that just like others, she also makes mistakes.

Kim read and reacted, “Na expose mo ang sarili mo Kim Chiu’. Tanga ka talaga. Ano ba ang problema ninyo? Wala namang tanga. Sadyang may mga tao talagang nagkakamali lang. ‘Di ba? Tsaka ‘yung mga pagkakamali na ‘yun, it will help you grow. It will thicken your character in life. It will make you strong. Kaya tayo binibigyan ng pagkakamali para matuto tayo. ‘Wag tanga agad.”

Image by Kim Chiu via Facebook

In the end, Kim thanked her followers and defended herself; saying that like other celebrities, she only wants to give entertainment.

“Tao din kami. Nasasaktan din kami. Kilala n’yo lang kami because ito ‘yung line of work namin na we chose to entertain people — dancing, acting, singing, hosting para naman matuwa kayo sa amin,” she said.

You can watch the video from Kim’s YouTube channel:

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