- Xander Ford walked out in the middle of a mall show in Nueva Ecija
- Viral Facebook video turned out to be just a rehearsal
- Netizens expressed their sentiments over the rumored walk-out issue
Xander Ford, better known as former Hasht5 member Malou Arizala, has been the talk-of-the-town in recent weeks. But it was the latest viral video on Facebook that made Ford’s trolls come out and bash him online again.
In the video KAMI obtained through the Facebook page Palakang Bastos, Ford was seen onstage singing his own rendition of a Sarah Geronimo song titled, “Kilometro.” It seemed to be a mini concert that took place Friday (Dec. 1) at one of the malls in Gapan City, Nueva Ecija.
Unfortunately, the said concert only attracted a few number of people. Hence, Ford decided to stop his performance and walked out of the show.
The said video has gone viral and earned hundreds of negative comments from the netizens. Some were even joking that the mall show was jampacked even the video showed the opposite.
There were some who took a jab on Ford’s popularity and attitude, not to mention the plastic surgeries he recently underwent. But if there were negative comments, one netizen pointed out that the rumored walk-out was not a real deal.
In fact, it reportedly happened during the rehearsals of the show, PhilNews.ph noted. This assumption of the previous video was proven to be true as Zeibiz reported it was in fact a practice show, and posted the actual guest appearance of Ford during the E-Home opening event at Primark Mall.
A netizen also posted a photo in the comments section of the video posted by Palakang Bastos. Meanwhile, Ford earned the ire of several KathNiel fans when his controversial video that body shamed Kapamilya teen star Kathryn Bernardo leaked on social media.
In addition, Ford also made headlines when his cosmetic surgery procedures were documented on “Rated K” and when his agency, Star Image Artist Management, reported that he was missing.
The 20-year-old internet sensation, however, released two videos that assured he’s doing just fine and wanted to rest, as per Rappler.
KAMI strongly believes in upholding the freedom of speech. But it does not mean that we support cyberbullying.