- Kyla took to Twitter and told netizens to do research first before reacting
- She asked them to check and see if things are true because there are a lot of fake news
- The singer also asked them to be vigilant, perhaps in every thing especially when it comes to information that people receive
- Kyla was among those artists who have voluntarily performed in campaign rallies of VP Leni Robredo
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Kyla took to Twitter and encouraged netizens to do their research first before they try to react.
She even encouraged them to find out about the truth.
The reason was that there are so many fake news out there, according to the singer.
Kyla also said told netizens to be vigilant.
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"Do your research and see if things are true before you react. There’s a lot of fake news out there. Just please be vigilant," tweeted the singer.
She's among the artists who voluntarily perform in VP Leni Robredo's rallies.
Kyla did a number in Bacolod City, where she also gave an iconic "knock-knock" joke where she included the words, "Let Leni Lead" in the song "Let It Be."
Kyla, whose real name is Melanie Hernandez Calumpad, is a popular songwriter and R&B singer in the Philippines. She is married to former PBA star Rich Alvarez and they have a son named Toby.
Kyla bravely posted on Instagram a sad and tragic update about her family life. The famous singer revealed that she suffered a miscarriage for the third time. She sent a message to “baby Millie,” telling her to watch over her, her husband Rich Alvarez, and her eldest child Toby. Furthermore, Kyla told Millie to send hugs and kisses to her two siblings in heaven, as she suffered two miscarriages in 2018.
Sen. Kiko Pangilinan took to Instagram and shared photos of the recently concluded Camanava rally. The senator showed some snapshots taken on the stage with VP Leni Robredo. He also thanked Camanava for the immense support that they have received. The rally was named as Rock N' Rosas, as there were a lot of bands who joined the rally freely.