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JK Labajo shuts down netizens who said he has mental problems

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Apr. 15, 19 | 11:42 am

Singer Juan Karlos “JK” Labajo took to Instagram to air his thoughts after several netizens said that he needs to seek psychological help.

It can be recalled that netizens said that someone needs to assess Labajo’s mental state after the several controversies he got involved in recently. Some of the netizens even tagged him as “the next Baron Geisler”.

Some of the controversies include his online word war with fellow singer Darren Espanto after he allegedly called the latter gay; his sudden outburst at a music festival wherein he cursed a fan for shouting Espanto’s name; and his revelation that he has been receiving death threats.

It was also reported that Espanto’s parents filed a cyber crime complaint against him.

After everything, Labajo then uploaded an image on his Instagram Story to address his bashers and say that he’s mentally stable.

“pretentious act
“saying I need psychological help
“yet they’re the
“ones who got
“fooled by the
“angelic mask.
“master of manipulation.
“the truth will prevail.
“and when that happens, i’ll laugh,” he wrote on Instagram.

He said that there is no need to prove himself further because the people who are close to him know him very well.

“no need to prove my innocence.
“only the people who know me well know the truth and that is enough.
“i’m waiting.
“patiently, for the day where they show their true colors.
“that’s going to be a colorful day.
“i’m waiting.,” he said.

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