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Kim Chiu sells shirts inspired by ‘Bawal Lumabas’ song; proceeds to go to needy families amid COVID-19

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May. 27, 20 | 7:45 pm

Kim Chiu has shown how to make lemonades after being thrown lemons with her song produced out of her viral “Bawal Lumabas” rampage.
 
Her new single, “Bawal Lumabas,” trended on social media, with over three million views on Youtube as of this writing. Her song—which artists DJ Squammy and Adrian Crisanto helped produce—earned praise by netizens, with many noting on how she made the most out of the negative situation she was in.
 
Now, the actress is selling shirts inspired by her new hit song at PHP295 each. The proceeds will be given to families in need of food amid the enhanced community quarantine against coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
 
If the new business becomes successful, Chiu said she will donate to the fundraising initiatives of Angel Locsin as well as the “Shop and Share” project of Anne Curtis that aim to support mass testing.
 
“So sumisilip po ang pag-asa na one day pwede na tayong lumabas. This is a very hard moment ngayon na meron tayo,” she said.
 
Chiu also partnered with DJ Loonyo to choreograph the dance steps for the song. 

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