- Kim Chiu recently reacted to a tweet by a netizen, who claimed that she gets nervous whenever Kim Chiu is trending on Twitter
- According to the netizen, it makes her worry if Kim has said something again on 'It's Showtime'
- Furthermore, the Kapamilya star even retweeted the netizen's sentiment and reacted to it with all honesty
- The 'It's Showtime' host didn't lie that she also feels the same way and netizens appreciated her honesty
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Kim Chiu was recently trending on Twitter after she made a comeback on Pinoy Big Brother.
A netizen tweeted about it and said that she gets nervous whenever the Kapamilya actress is trending on Twitter.
The Twitter user further stated that Kim might have said something again on It's Showtime.
"Kapag trending di Kim Chiu kinakabahan ako baka may kung anu na naman siyang nasabi sa showtime," the netizen wrote.
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Kim retweeted it and even captioned it with an adorable statement. She, too, feels the same way, according to her.
"Wag ka mag alala sis!!! I FEEL THE SAME," she replied.
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.
In a previous report by KAMI, Kim Chiu reacted to RR Enriquez's Instagram post, which is about her viral remark on noisy cats. RR wrote a lengthy statement about it, reminding everyone to stop being overly sensitive and that Kim is just a human. The Chinita Princess expressed her gratitude to RR for defending her from the backlash she was getting. Furthermore, Kim's appreciation message received a sweet response from RR.
Previously, Kim's controversial statement on cats, which she made a few months ago, resurfaced online. She bravely answered and explained herself after a netizen called her out on Twitter. She also apologized for the second time, having already apologized on It's Showtime on the same day she made the statement. She claimed she didn't mean to say those remarks and asked everyone to stop intensifying the issue.