Tim Yap denies rumors that attendees of his party in Baguio contracted COVID-19

Tim Yap denies rumors that attendees of his party in Baguio contracted COVID-19

- Tim Yap recently denied that there were COVID-19 infections resulting from his controversial birthday party in Baguio

- This was after a netizen commented on his social media page about rumors that attendees of his party contracted the viral disease

- Tim then debunked the claim and clarified that everyone who attended his party were tested negative

- The male celebrity likewise advised the netizen to not just rely on an “anonymous post”

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Tim Yap recently responded to a netizen who commented on his social media page about rumors of COVID-19 infections resulting from his controversial birthday party in Baguio.

Tim Yap denies rumors that attendees of his party in Baguio contracted COVID-19
Photo: Tim Yap (@officialtimyap)
Source: Instagram

To recall, the television and radio personality’s party became controversial for allegedly violating some health protocols.

One netizen then commented on one of his posts, “How irresponsible. You guys throw a party, and based on the tea I've heard people were infected and you guys are keeping it hush hush. Entitled celebrities and ‘influencers’.”

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Tim debunked the said claim and clarified that everyone who attended his party tested negative of the infectious disease.

“The is tea is fake news. I hope you don't base your truth thru an anonymous post. Everyone in the group is negative. That is fact,” Tim replied.

Tim Yap denies rumors that attendees of his party in Baguio contracted COVID-19
Tim Yap denies rumors that attendees of his party in Baguio contracted COVID-19
Source: Instagram

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Tim Yap is a Filipino TV and radio host, newspaper editor, creative director, columnist, club owner. His controversial birthday bash took place at The Manor hotel in Baguio City.

KC Concepcion was present during the said birthday party. Because of the incident, the actress and the other attendees – including Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong and his wife – were fined 1,500 pesos each.

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Angel Locsin then praised Mayor Magalong for how he responded to the said controversy. The politician, later on, admitted that there were lapses in the observance of health protocols in the said party. Magalong then resigned as contact tracing czar, but it was rejected by the National Task Force.

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