- Kim Chiu took to Twitter to encourage Filipinos to vote wisely
- She said that the election is the only chance for people to be heard
- The actress added that Filipinos need leaders in love with justice instead of money
- Kim also said that voting is the most powerful choice that Filipino taxpayers have
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Kim Chiu took to Twitter on Feb. 4 and encouraged everyone to vote wisely.
She said that voting in the upcoming election is the most powerful choice that taxpayers have.
"Let’s vote wisely! This is our only chance to be heard. VOTING this election is the most powerful choice that we all have as tax payers and as Filipino Citizen."
She also gave suggestions on the kind of leaders, which she thinks the country needs.
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"We need leaders not in love with money but in-love with justice. Not in love with publicity but in love with humanity."
Previously, Kim shared a vlog about the Chinese New Year.
The actress said that her vlog will discuss some forecast for the Year of the Water Tiger.
"Check out my new vlog about chinese new year preparations, do’s and Dont’s and some forecast to look forward this 2022!!!” Kim said.
Kim Chiu is an actress and television host. She is known as "Chinita Princess" in the entertainment industry. She was dubbed the "Princess of Philippine Movies and Television" in the Philippines.
Kim Chiu posted a new vlog, which features some of the challenges she had in 2021. She also shared a few realizations and lessons she learned throughout the year. Moreover, the Chinita Princess showed a glimpse of a new property she had acquired in 2021.
Her controversial statement about cats, which she made a few months ago, has gone viral once again. A netizen called her out on Twitter, which she bravely responded to and explained herself. She also apologized for the second time as she already did on 'It's Showtime', the same day when she said the statement. According to her, she didn't mean to say those words and requested everyone to stop intensifying the issue.