- Jose Mari Chan always becomes the center of memes in the country every September due to his song “Christmas in Our Hearts”
- On “Sunday PINASaya,” the iconic singer shared his honest thoughts on his viral memes
- Although he is flattered by the attention he gets on social media, he took exception to the offensive memes about him
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Jose Mari Chan is the center of Pinoy memes every September, as his iconic classic song “Christmas in Our Hearts,” starts getting played again on business establishments around the country.
KAMI learned that the famous singer finally opened up about his honest feelings about the memes.
During his guesting on the GMA-7 program “Sunday PINASaya,” Chan said that he feels flattered about the memes.
However, he took exception to the memes that are offensive.
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“Natutuwa ako, I’m complimented. I feel complimented and flattered.
“But I wish they would not make offensive memes… You know, this song is a gift from our Lord that I share with our countrymen,” Chan said on the show.
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In a previous report by KAMI, Vice Ganda revealed his embarrassing encounter with Jose Mari Chan.
Jose Mari Chan is an iconic singer, best known for his song “Christmas in Our Hearts.” Aside from being a music artist, he is also the chairman and CEO of Binalbagan Isabela Sugar Company, Inc. (BISCOM) and A. Chan Sugar Corporation.
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