JK Labajo gets death threat online | Inquirer Entertainment

JK Labajo gets death threat online

By: - Reporter
/ 01:15 PM March 19, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Singer JK Labajo on Tuesday revealed that he has received a death threat from a netizen.

In an Instagram story, Labajo shared a screenshot of a message sent by a netizen, cursing him and even threatening to bomb one of his gigs.

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“P*T*NG INA MO. PAPATAYIN KITA HUMANDA KA SA GIG MO PAPASABUGIN KO YUN WALA AKONG PAKE SA DAMI NANG MAMAMTAY MAPATAY LANG KITA,” the message read.

Seemingly unbothered, Labajo captioned this with: “Beshie huli ka na. Palagi kaming may pasabog sa mga gigs namin di ka namin need. Luv u 2 thnx bye.”

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Screengrab from @jklabajo

In a separate post, Labajo took a swipe at a certain person and said: “Basta kung ganyan ang ugali alam niyo na kung kaninong fan yun.”

“Pag may mangyari man sakin kilala niyo na kung sino pag hihinalaan niyo,” he added.

Screengrab from @jklabajo

The 18-year-old singer then thanked his supporters: “Yung mga nagmamahal sakin, kilala ko kayo. Binabasa ko mga messages niyo kaso di ko mareplyan lahat. Basta. Maraming salamat. Mahal ko rin kayo.”

Screengrab from @jklabajo

“Andito lang ako sa dilim…nagmamatyag. nakatingin,” he ended.  /muf

 

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