- Chad Kinis posted a new video on his YouTube channel to explain why there were no new vlogs on his channel
- The comedian actor admitted that he tested positive for COVID-19 and explained that the lack of activity on his channel was due to the need for him and his housemates from Beks Battalion to practice quarantine
- Chad can be seen crying as he shared how hard it has been for him and his friends to be separated from each other
- He also revealed how he thinks they got the virus and assured the audience that they have been very strict with ensuring their safety against the pandemic
Chad Kinis finally revealed that the reason behind the lack of activity on his YouTube channel as well as his housemate's channel Beks Battalion. According to the comedian-actor, the reason they were not able to post anything was that they are in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19.
Chad shared that he is currently living separately from the other members of Beks Battalion which include comedians MC Calaquian and Lassy Marquez.
Chad teared up as he explained how difficult the separation was for everyone and how it was also affecting their work.
"For now, hindi po kami magkakasama sa bahay ng Beks Battalion, magkakahiwalay po kami ngayon dahil na rin po sa isang reason. Kaya po kami magkakahiwalay ng bahay kasi kailangan po mag-quarantine ng bawat isa sa amin. Nagkaroon po ng COVID outbreak dito sa bahay"
The comedian also took the opportunity to warn his audience that COVID-19 was very real and to take strict precautions to avoid contracting the virus. He also clarified that they have been very meticulous in disinfecting everything but they still somehow got the virus.
Richardson Dela Cruz better known by his stage name Chad Kinis, is a Filipino actor-comedian and YouTuber. He appeared in the independent film Ang Mga Mister ni Rosario and owns a comedy bar, Comic Avenue, in Cavite.
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