Rapper EZ Mil says sorry for twisting historical facts on Lapu-Lapu in viral song

Rapper EZ Mil says sorry for twisting historical facts on Lapu-Lapu in viral song

- EZ Mil issued an apology to those who were offended with the lyrics of his now viral rap song "Panalo (Trap Carinosa)"

- The rap song stated that Lapu-Lapu was beheaded in Mactan, which did not happen as per the history of the Philippines

- He said though that the controversial twist was a ploy to drive traffic, as well as talk, about his video

- In his vlog, he also addressed how he was tagged as a DDS just because of the line in his song that says, "Wag nang pag-usapan ang negatibo"

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Ezekiel Miller, more popularly known in the Philippines as EZ Miller, has released a viral rap song "Panalo (Trap Carinosa)," which became very controversial due to a line that twisted the history of the Philippines, particularly one that concerned Lapu-Lapu.

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The controversial line indicated that Lapu-Lapu was beheaded in Mactan, which runs contrary to the actual history of the country.

Rapper EZ Mil says sorry for twisting historical facts on Lapu-Lapu in viral song
Photo: EZ Miller (@ezekielmiller)
Source: Instagram

In a vlog, the son of 90's rock band Rockstar's lead guitarist Paul Sapiera issued an apology to those who may have been offended by his song, saying it was just a ploy to draw views and to be talked about.

"That's me putting an exaggerated term in a ploy to drive traffic and talk. It's inaccurate but he still died," said EZ.

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This isn't the first time that a celebrity issued an apology because of things that did not go well with the public. For instance, Vice Ganda paid tribute to some of the unsung heroes in the Philippines amid the COVID-19 crisis. He expressed his gratitude and appreciation for service crew members and grocery employees for their public service during the pandemic. The Kapamilya star also apologized on behalf of everyone who has shown disrespect to them in the past. According to Vice, the public will always remember their heroism even after the crisis ends.

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Senator Francis Tolentino released a statement following the backlash he received for undergoing COVID-19 test. He explained that the test was not administered by the Department of Health (DOH). Tolentino also apologized for taking the test after the results showed that he is negative for COVID-19. The senator revealed that he developed dry cough and colds during his self-quarantine period.

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