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Mar. 19, 19 | 12:17 pm

Singer JK Labajo took to his social media account to address a netizen who sent him death threats.

 

On the evening of March 18, Labajo uploaded a photo on his Instagram Stories which shows a screenshot of a personal message he received from a netizen which has a quite disturbing content.

The netizen said that he will set up a bomb at the venue of Labajo’s next gig and that he doesn’t care if other people will get affected.

“[EXPLICIT]. PAPATAYIN KITA HUMANDA KA SA GIG MO. PAPASABUGIN KO ‘YUN WALA AKONG PAKE SA DAMI NANG MAMAMATAY, MAPATAY LANG KITA,” the netizen told Labajo.

Seemingly unfazed by the netizen’s threats, the singer replied: “Beshie, huli ka na. Palagi kaming may pasabog sa mga gigs namin, di ka namin need. Love you too. Thanks, bye.”

In the following photo, he told his followers that if something happens to him, they already know who is behind it.

“Basta kung ganyang ugali, alam niyo na kung kaninong fan yun. ‘Pag may mangyari man sa ‘kin, kilala niyo na kung sino paghihinalaan niyo,” he said.

He ended his series of Instagram Stories by thanking the people who support him.

“‘Yung sa mga nagmamahal sa ‘kin, kilala ko kayo. Binabasa ko mga messages niyo kaso lang di ko mareplyan lahat. Basta. Maraming salamat. Mahal ko rin kayo,” he said.

“Andito lang ako sa dilim. Nagmamatiyag. Nakatingin,” he added.

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