Janno Gibbs, nag-sorry sa “basura bakuna” remark niya matapos ang ECQ announcement

Janno Gibbs, nag-sorry sa “basura bakuna” remark niya matapos ang ECQ announcement

- Janno Gibbs recently apologized after his “#basurabakuna” remark received negative comments

- The singer clarified that he is not questioning the efficacy of the vaccines against COVID-19

- He said that the now-deleted hashtag refers to the Department of Health’s statement that “there will be no distinction between vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals”

- Janno made the said remark following the announcement that Metro Manila will shift to the strictest enhanced community quarantine on August 6 to 20

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Janno Gibbs recently explained his side after his remark on COVID-19 vaccine received negative comments.

Janno Gibbs, nag-sorry sa “basura bakuna” remark niya matapos ang ECQ announcement
Photo: Janno Gibbs (@jannolategibbs)
Source: Instagram

On his Instagram page, the singer apologized for writing “#basurabakuna” in his previous post following the government’s announcement that Metro Manila will shift to the strictest enhanced community quarantine on August 6 to 20.

“I'm sorry for my #basurabakuna statement. I should have explained it. I do not question the efficacy of the vaccine. What i mean is 'the vaccinated' are not being validated w/ the lockdown having no distinction between vaxxed and non vaxxed. Yes I KNOW!!! You can still contract and transmit. But w/ out grave consequences right? I had the idea that we got vaccinated 'So that when we go out in public' we have adequate protection. I did not get vaxxed to stay home. All i'm asking for is consideration.”

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Prior to this post, Janno took to his IG account as well to react to the Department of Health’s statement that “there will be no distinction between vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals”.

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Janno Gibbs is a Filipino actor, singer-songwriter, and comedian, who starred in the Kapuso comedy series "Ober Da Bakod." He is the son of acclaimed actor Ronaldo Valdez and the husband of veteran actress Bing Loyzaga. The married couple has two daughters – Alyssa and Gabby.

Earlier, Janno clapped back at a netizen who had an unsolicited comment about his hosting style on ‘”Happy Time”. The rude netizen likewise expressed being annoyed with Janno and also accused the singer of being an elitist.

Janno and Kitkat Favia had been under the spotlight because of their controversial rift in "Happy Time". The rift between them even intensified after they shared angry posts against each other. Janno later on revealed that he and Kitkat have both been asked to leave the noontime show.

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