- Ely Buendia recently posted a tweet on social media wondering if some politicians do not believe in climate change
- A netizen who did not seem to like the musician's opinion responded by saying that Ely is becoming a lot like Agot Isidro
- The comparison stems from the fact that Agot is known for being quite vocal about her views on the current administration
- Ely had a classy response to the basher and simply expressed that he believes it is a compliment to be compared to the actress
Ely Buendia recently made a post on Twitter wondering if there are still some politicians who do not believe in the existence of global warming.
"I wonder if the politicians still think that Global Warming is a myth," the musician mused on his Twitter page. His tweet was rather timely as the heat index in the Philippines soared at an alarming rate.
However, one netizen did not seem to share his sentiment. "Ely Buendia is becoming a male version of Agot Isidro," was the netizen's response to the singer's tweet.
The comparison between Ely and Agot Isidro was made because the actress is known for being vocal about her disapproval of the current administration. Apparently, some people have begun to become critical of anyone who voices any sort of dissension about the government.
Meanwhile, the former Eraserheads vocalist knew just how to handle his basher whom he succinctly responded to by saying that he considers being compared to Agot a compliment.
"I consider this a compliment."
Ely Eleandre Basiño Buendia is a highly acclaimed Filipino musician. He is best known for being the frontman, vocalist, and songwriter of the legendary OPM band, Eraserheads, which has since become an integral part of Filipino popular culture. He is also the co-founder of the independent record label, Offshore Music.
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KAMI also reported that Ely Buendia also spoke up about how he finds the lyrics to their song, 'Minsan', "cringe-worthy" because a lot of people believed that the song pertains to the friendship and bond between the bandmates. Ely revealed that this is not true at all.
Ely also faced some backlash after his comment about Eraserheads bandmates not being friends circulated online. In a message he penned, the singer opined that he does not understand why people are hating on him for telling the truth. He also said that people should remember that it is their music that should matter.
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