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Chito Miranda warns of fake account posing as him

/ 12:14 PM January 08, 2020
Chito Miranda

Image: Instagram/@chitomirandajr

Parokya ni Edgar frontman Chito Miranda warned the public about a fake account using his name and photo to pose as him.

Miranda posted a screenshot of one of the impostor’s posts on his Twitter page (@chitomirandajr) last Sunday, Jan. 5. The account used the handle @itsmechito_ and a black-and-white photo of the singer.

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It appears that Miranda has already been asked about the said account prior to his post, as he said, “Again, this is not me at wala akong [kinalaman] sa account na yan (I have nothing to do with that account).”

“He (or she) is just pretending to be me,” he added. “Naka-block nga ako sa account na yan eh (I am blocked by that account).”

When one netizen (@rosecoloredbey) noted that the poser’s post, about treating women with respect, made a point, Miranda agreed, but explained that the account’s tweets were actually stolen.

Meanwhile, some of Miranda’s fans immediately reported the said account after seeing the singer’s post.

Chito Miranda

Image: Twitter/@chitomirandajr

Another Twitter user (@BigFatButt27) also suggested that Miranda verify his account so others may not be fooled by the poser anymore.

Aside from Miranda’s impostor, another poser used the name and photo of actress-TV host Amy Perez to solicit money from her fans last December.  /ra

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