- Kim Chiu apologized anew for her statement about cats that has been circulating online
- As she posted her thoughts about the issue on Twitter, a netizen reacted unwantedly and even lectured her about what she said
- The commenter also called her "pasmado ang bibig" and advised her to think first before she speaks
- Apparently, Kim was heartbroken by the netizen's comment based on her reply
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Kim Chiu retweeted a netizen's comment regarding her apology that she released just recently.
The Kapamilya actress addressed an old issue, which happened a few months ago.
It can be recalled that she previously made a controversial statement about cats on It's Showtime, which infuriated a lot of people.
Although she already apologized for it on the same episode, the video of her statement has gone viral again.
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As a result, she opted to issue an apology again through Twitter. However, a netizen negatively reacted to it and lectured her because of her previous statement.
"Ambot nimo kim chiu. Sana mag isip ka muna bago ka mag bitaw ng mga salita. Pasmado msyado ang bibig mo eh," the netizen wrote.
Kim responded to it with, "Ate, tama na po. This is one of the reasons kaya ako di nakapigil. Yung mgq taong ganito mag salita, minsan mas worst pa nababasa ko. I already explained my part, kahit na di naman kailangan sabi ng team ko. But I just have to."
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Kim Chiu, or Kimberly Sue Yap Chiu in real life, is a Pinay actress and TV host. At a very young age, the actress, who is of Chinese descent, rose to fame for her acting performances both on movies and TV soaps. In the showbiz world, Kim is known as “Chinita Princess.”
In a previous report by KAMI, Kim believed that the first few weeks of 2022, or the first half of the year, is kind of slow. The actress expressed her desire for the pandemic, which has been ongoing since 2019, to come to a stop. She expressed hope, however, that things would turn out differently and better this year because 2022 is the year of the Water Tiger, according to the Chinese calendar. Kim also informed her followers about her new vlog.
Earlier, Kim wrote a lengthy and heartfelt message on Instagram. Her father, William Chiu, celebrated his birthday, and the special Instagram post was dedicated to him. Kim also shared a video of herself with her family and father during one of her special guest appearances on a show. In the video, Kim's father reminisces about when she asked him to get her a cellphone and how he went out of his way to make it happen.