- Kaye Abad is one of the many actors from the Kapamilya network who aired support for their mother network
- She expressed her sadness over the network's employees who will lose their jobs
- The celebrity mom is also worried about her friends from the industry for almost 25 years
- However, just like other celebrities who were vocal about their stand, she also received criticism among netizens
- She took the opportunity to make her stand and clarified her statement by responding to their comments
Kaye Abad recently took to Instagram to express her support for her mother network ABS-CBN after its franchise denial.
KAMI learned that in her lengthy Instagram post, Kaye expressed her sympathy towards the employees of the Kapamilya network who have lost their jobs.
The celebrity mom expressed her worry for her friends in the industry, "Malungkot na mga balita ang nakarating sa akin kahapon. Marami sa mga naging kaibigan ko na sa industriya ang nawalan ng trabaho. Mga taong nagpapasaya sa akin sa set pag pagod nako or masungit na dahil sa pagod. Mga taong nag alaga sa akin for 25yrs. Mga taong nagpupuyat at halos sa abs na nakatira para mapaganda ang mga programa. Grabe ang dedikasyon nila sa trabaho kaya ganito nalang ang sakit na nararamdaman nila ngayon. Ang post na ito ay para sa inyo."
She also mentioned those who lost their jobs due to the effect of the pandemic, "At para narin po sa mga kapamilya natin sa labas ng abs na nawalan ng trabaho sa gitna ng krisis. Kapit lang. Hindi NIYA tayo pababayaan. MAHIGPIT NA YAKAP KAPAMILYA!"
However, some netizens criticized her post of support for the Kapamilya network.
A netizen even pointed out that her post was only triggered because of Angel Locsin's viral statement wherein she called out Kapamilya actors who were neutral about the franchise denial of the network.
The actress clarified that she is constantly updated with what's happening but she made a statement since the network already laid off some of its workers.
Kaye Abad is a veteran showbiz personality who already starred in many drama series including “Mula Sa Puso,” “Super Inggo,” and “Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan.”
She got engaged to Paul Jake Castillo in May 2016, on her 34th birthday. They tied the knot on December 9, 2016, at a ceremony in Cebu City.
A couple of months ago, Kaye responded to a netizen's comment saying she and her husband are "undisciplined" over a photo they have posted online.
One of her social media posts also went viral when her ex-boyfriend Chito Miranda left a comment and elicited various reactions among netizens.
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