Nananadya? JK Labaho posts picture of him wearing wig and make-up

Nananadya? JK Labaho posts picture of him wearing wig and make-up

- JK Labajo dropped another bomb with his Instagram post

- She posted a picture of him wearing a wig and make-up which elicited negative reactions

- This is amid the word war between him and Darren Espanto

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JK Labajo once again triggered the netizens with his latest post. The young singer posted a picture of him wearing a wig and make-up. Hours before posting it, he said he will cease defending himself amid the word war with Darren Espanto.

In the caption of the picture, he wrote, "crush ko."

JK previously answered his bashers sarcastically. He was bashed for his alleged "gayness at its finest" tweet alluding to Darren Espanto.

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On Tuesday, October 23, Darren share a photo where he was clad in a Harry Potter costume a taping in studio 10 of ABS-CBN.

He wrote, "Baka gusto mong ma-Expecto Patronum diyan eh."

"Expecto patronum" is a defensive charm used by wizards to protect themselves against negative elements based on the fictional world of the famous film Harry Potter.

News about Twitter word war between the two singers headlined on October 22.

It allegedly started with "gayness at its finest" tweet of JK laban alluding to Darren.

Darren saved a screen shot of the alleged tweet but JK said his account might have been hacked or the photo might have just been edited.

Darren said he would just see JK in court and would no longer answer to the innuendos against him.

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