- Kyla recently took to Twitter to air her sentiments regarding high oil prices
- She also expressed her concern about people's salaries, which are not increasing
- The tweet of the famous singer has gone viral on the said social media platform
- Many netizens have also reacted to it and agreed with the celebrity mom's sentiments
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Kyla recently tweeted about her thoughts regarding the rising gasoline prices.
She seemed to be dissatisfied with the fact that gas prices have been rising while people's wages remain stagnant.
"Sobrang mahal ng gas. Pero yung sweldo ng mga tao hindi naman tumataas," she wrote.
Meanwhile, Kyla's tweet elicited various comments from netizens with most of them agreeing with her sentiments.
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Some of them also aired their opinions about the matter. Here are a few of them:
"So sad I realize now sorry to say to my idol."
"Sobrang mahal na din ang bilihin."
As of this writing, Kyla's tweet has now gained more than 20,000 likes on the aforementioned social media platform.
See Kyla's tweet below:
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.
In a previous report by KAMI, 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.
Earlier, A “Magpakailanman” episode featuring Sarah Geronimo’s humble beginnings trended after it premiered on YouTube on August 12. Kyla, a Kapuso-turned-Kapamilya, portrayed the principal character. The said episode of the drama anthology was originally aired on television on June 19, 2003. Popsters then thanked GMA Network for uploading the said video.