- Matapos manahimik sa social media, muling nagsalita si Jameson Blake ukol sa pa-shoutout niya para sa graphic artist na willing gawin ang isang poster
- He just reiterated that he was only asking for a favor, without any ill intentions
- Blake also added that bashers should look at themselves first before criticizing someone
Jameson Blake breaks his silence after his week-long social media fasting. After the "shout out" issue broke out, he momentarily deleted his social media accounts. Now that he is back, he clarifies that he had no bad intentions whatsoever with his request on Twitter.
KAMI learned that the Kapamilya actor made another statement when he went back into the light after abstaining from social media for one week.
Blake said that he had to delete his accounts because he was also affected by all the mean responses and hate messages from the offended critics.
In a previous report by KAMI, Jameson faced a ginormous amount of online backlash, especially from people with visual arts background, that compelled him to a public apology.
After the issue, he revealed that he already recovered after what happened, according to Pep.ph's report. "I’m okay now after what happened. It was just for a week."
"Normal naman yun sa industry, yung mga bashing. The only thing I can do is just keep silent and let it die out," he added.
After apologizing to the people who got offended by his request on Twitter, he still reiterated that he never deliberately wanted to infringe on other people.
"I don’t have intention of downgrading anyone. I was just asking for a favor, so maybe they found it offensive. And siguro that’s just their perspective, that’s their opinion sa tweet ko.
"If they would just analyze clearly, wala naman akong bad intention sa tweet ko," argued Blake.
According to the same report and interview, Jameson surmised that his critics may have only had a bad day, thus all the bashing. "Maybe they were just having a bad day or something."
He also lectured that something important about saying something online.
"We’re still people. Just because artists kami or celebrities kami, public figure, yung mga ibang tao they have the right to bash us like that. Di dapat ganun. Actually, they should look at themselves muna before sila magsalita."
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