- Darren Espanto aired his opinion regarding the cursing controversy of JK Labajo
- It can be remembered that the latter burst out of anger because of a concert audience
- Darren expressed what he would do in case he encounters the same incident
Kapamilya singer Darren Espanto finally expressed his opinion with regards to the cursing controversy that JK Labajo is facing.
KAMI learned that the latter cursed and even showed his middle finger to an audience who shouted “I love you, Darren” in the middle of his performance.
It can be noted that the two young musicians got involved in an online banter after JK allegedly called the “The Voice Kids” first runner-up as “gay.”
Darren initially stated that he is not in the right position to speak up about the issue of his fellow Kapamilya singer.
However, when pressed about how he would react in case he experiences similar incident, he stated that the show must continue and he will just consider it as a funny moment.
“Para po sa akin, I’d say I’m not the right person na sumagot po dito right now,” the singer quipped.
“For me, the show just goes on and it’s just something na, para po sa akin, it’s just funny, kasi nag-effort pa silang pumunta sa show mo para lang gawin yun sa ‘yo,” he added.
Darren also revealed that if someone would shout “I love you, JK” while he is performing, he would just throw an “I love you too!” in response.
Here is the video of the cursing incident:
In a previous article by KAMI, Darren bravely defended his friend Jayda Avanzado over harsh criticisms from some netizens.
Darren Espanto is a Filipino singer and actor who rose to fame after joining the television singing competition entitled “The Voice Kids” in 2014.
His acting career began when he was tapped to portray an important role in the highest-grossing Filipino film, “The Hows of Us.”
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