Miles Ocampo defends self over recent issue of her show involving Super Junior

Miles Ocampo defends self over recent issue of her show involving Super Junior

- Actress Miles Ocampo broke her silence regarding the recent controversy of her show

- This is after the cast of Home Sweetie Home threw insulting words about Super Junior

- Miles took to social media her apology to the group and its fans

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Kapamilya actress Miles Ocampo finally spoke up about the recent controversy that her show is facing involving the K-Pop group “Super Junior.”

KAMI learned that a lot of netizens were angered by an episode of the sitcom “Home Sweetie Home” where some “insulting” words were used to describe the said group.

The characters of Miles, Michelle Vito, and Katrina Legaspi seemingly poked fun at Super Junior, saying that the group is “baduy” and already outdated.

Because of this, Miles issued an apology through social media and answered the netizens who questioned her sincerity.

She explained that she just followed what was written in the script and that she was just doing her job as an artist.

The actress also clarified that it was not her character who uttered the insulting words and she did not mean to hurt anyone with her lines.

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“To everyone who misinterpreted my previous post and saying that I’m not sincere on what I said…

“Again, to Super Junior and their fans here in the Philippines and around the world, I’m really sorry for what happened. I didn’t mean to hurt the group or their fans.

“If you really watched the video, I didn’t say that Super Junior is ‘Laos’, ‘Baduy’, or ‘Eeeewwww’. Those words didn’t come out of my mouth.

“I’m just doing my job and everything I said was based on the line on the script that was given to me. Again, my sincerest apology to everyone.”

In a previous article by , the management of “Home Sweetie Home” finally released a statement about the controversy.

Miles Ocampo, or Camille Tan Hojilla in real life, is a Filipina actress and commercial endorser who was born on May 1, 1997. She gained popularity after being part of the kiddie gag show, “Goin’ Bulilit.”

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