- Melai Cantiveros, in an exclusive interview with KAMI, revealed her own take on Kapamilya stars who have already left the network
- The comedienne stated that if her opinion will not benefit the country as a whole, she said that it would be better to just be happy for them
- She added that for as long as the Lord is the center of their lives
- The actress added that at the end of the day, everyone is a "Kapamilya" in the eyes of the Lord
Melai Cantiveros had an exclusive interview with KAMI and she shared her own personal take on artists who would transfer networks.
"Kung ang opinyon ko po ay di namn ikakayaman ng Pilipinas maging happy nalang po tayo sa mga desisyon nila kasi buhay nmn po nila yun," said Melai.
"Basta ba si Lord ang center sa kanilang life . At the end of the day magkakapamilya naman tayo lahat sa mata ni Lord," she further added.
She further added how she will be focusing on what she has and what she can give to the network.
"Ako bilang Kapamilya star na magfocus ako kung anong meron ako at mabibigay kong talent pa hangga't sa may gusto pa. Iyan ang natutunan ko bilang Kapamilya," said the comedienne.
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Melai Cantiveros, is an actress, comedian, and television host from the Philippines. She became popular after winning "Pinoy Big Brother: Double Up" back in 2009. She is one of the hosts in ABS-CBN's morning talk show, "Magandang Buhay".
Melai Cantiveros was among those who gave support to Anthony Taberna when news of his daughter battling with leukemia came out. The eldest daughter of Anthony was Zoey, who already had her chemotherapy.
Melai also went viral after she posted about the mango that she ate. Her teeth made a mark on the surface of the mango and it surely made a lot of people smile.
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