- Kyla Alvarez shared that she has suffered her fourth miscarriage
- She also suffered two miscarriages in 2018 and another miscarriage in July last year
- Many celebrities expressed their heartbreak over the news about Kylie’s loss
- They include Angeline Quinto, Melai Cantiveros, Daryl Ong, Jolina Magdangal, and Rocco Nacino
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Kyla Alvarez made headlines after announcing that she has suffered another miscarriage – her fourth one in four years.
The singer suffered two miscarriages in 2018 and another miscarriage in July last year.
In the comments section of her post, many celebrities expressed their heartbreak over the news. Through their comments, these celebrities also tried to bring comfort to the grieving mommy.
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Some of the celebrities who commented include Angeline Quinto, Melai Cantiveros, Daryl Ong, Jolina Magdangal, and Rocco Nacino.
Here are their comments:
Angeline Quinto: “Ate Kyla, Gusto kita yakapin ngayon. I'm praying for you ate.”
Melai Cantiveros: “Hugs tight ate Kyla”
Daryl Ong: “prayers to you and the whole fam Kapatid”
Jolina Magdangal: “Mare ko.”
Rocco Nacino: “Prayers to you and the family”
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 is known as one of the most talented OPM artists.
The singer 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.
She also took to the same socmed platform in March to ask 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 everything 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.