- Moira dela Torre hit back at Manila Bulletin for a headline, which maliciously asked if the singer was paid P5M to sing at the Leni-Kiko rally
- The headline was, "Moira dela Torre paid P5M to perform at Leni-Kiko rally?"
- The singer then called out the said newspaper, "Baka kayo po 'yung bayad apra sa mga headline niyo pong nagki-clickbait ng ganyan"
- She then said that such is not nice and urged the newspaper to use its platform for more important things
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Singer Moira dela Torre called out Manila Bulletin, a national newspaper, which recently published a story titled, "Moira dela Torre paid P5M to perform at Leni-Kiko rally?"
In PhilStar's report, she then said, "Baka kayo po 'yung bayad para sa mga headline niyo pong nagki-clickbait ng ganyan."
Addressing Manila Bulletin, she said that such was not nice.
"Di po 'yan maganda, Manila Bulletin," the singer said.
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She then chided the newspaper to use its platform for more important things and not just on something based on the online marites.
"Hehe, kaya niyo naman pong gamitin yung platform niyo sa mga mas importanteng bagay na hindi base sa mga 'online marites.' God bless po."
Moira also categorically stated in Abante's report that she was not paid and that she also volunteered, just like the rest.
A previous Inquirer report showed the kind of heart of the singer as she penned a nice birthday message for her husband.
Moira Dela Torre is one of the most popular and in-demand music artists in the Philippines. She rose to fame with her songs “Malaya” and “Titibo-Tibo.” The singer is known for her emotional and dramatic music that is relatable to the masses. Moira, a devout Christian, is married to fellow music artist Jason Marvin.
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Moira dela Torre announced that she will be performing at Vice President Leni Robredo and Senator Kiko Pangilinan’s “People’s Rally.” A netizen alleged in the comments section of her post that Moira will be paid around P1-5 million for performing at the said campaign event. The music artist quickly denied that she is getting paid for performing at the event. She clarified that she volunteered to perform at the event without any payment.
Moira dela Torre’s hilarious TikTok video has earned over 806,000 views. The said video shows Moira and actor Richard Gutierrez lip-syncing to the OPM song “Ikaw at Ako.” That song was originally performed by Moira and her husband, Jason Marvin, who appeared at the end of the video. Richard lip-synced Jason’s parts of the song as his wife, Sarah Lahbati, also appeared in the clip.