- Inka Magnaye has shared some screenshots of the “hate comments” she received from alleged supporters of Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy
- This was after she reposted on her social media accounts the “wanted poster” of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) founder from the website of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
- Subsequently, she allegedly started receiving “hate comments,” prompting her to take down her posts
- The voice-over artist said that even if she already deleted her comments, she kept on receiving “hate comments”
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Popular voice-over artist, Inka Magnaye, has shared some screenshots of “hate comments” she allegedly received from Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy’s supporters.
Earlier, the voice-over artist reposted on her Twitter and Facebook accounts the “wanted poster” published by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on their website against the Davao City-based pastor.
“I shared the wanted poster from FBI, as well as a couple of news articles,” Inka said.
From then on, she allegedly started receiving “hate comments,” which prompted her to take down her post.
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However, even if her posts have been deleted, she kept on getting comments telling her to beware.
“I’ve since deleted those tweets to keep my peace, but I still keep getting posts from them telling me na mag-ingat ako. “Ingat from? Simula palang ng ano? Hahahahahaha,” Inka further said.
It is not clear whether the voice-over artist has fully identified who these alleged supporters of Pastor Quiboloy were.
She was able to save, though, some screenshots of their supposed “hate comments.”
Inka Magnaye became well-known after her video that revealed she was the iconic voice behind the in-flight instructional safety announcement of Philippine Airlines just before every PAL plane takes off went viral. She is also shared other voice-overs she did for other companies and outfits. The voice-artist also revealed several voice-overs that some of her family members did.
In 2020, Inka also took to Twitter to share that her aunt is the voice behind the MTRCB announcement. She said that she was not exaggerating when she mentioned that she came from a family of voice overs. The iconic MTRCB announcement which states about the SPG guidelines is done by the aunt of Inka. She also posted a clip where her aunt was doing the actual MTRCB voice over.
Other Pinoys known for their voice-over projects include renowned singer Lea Salonga and multi-awarded actress Liza Soberano. In the case of Liza, she was the voice of the lead character in the Pinoy Netflix comic series ‘Trese.’ Filipino-American actress Shay Mitchell will be Liza’s English version counterpart. Both of the actresses are excited to be part of the show, which is produced by Jay Oliva. The Philippine animated series is based on the Filipino graphic novel written by Budjette Tan and KaJO Baldisimo.