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Effective! Harry Roque mentions Kim Chiu’s ‘Bawal lumabas’ statement

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque used Kim Chiu’s ‘bawal lumabas’ statement in a press briefing about COVID-19.

  • The statement has been all over the online community after the Kapamilya star stated it in ABS-CBN’s Laban Kapamilya Facebook Live.
  • Kim took no offense at the meme and joined netizens in making jokes and songs with her words as lyrics. 

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque cited Kapamilya star Kim Chiu’s viral “bawal lumabas” statement which has now been used by netizens as a form of a meme.

Kim went viral a few days ago for her statement during the Laban Kapamilya Facebook Live to protest against the cease and desist order from the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC).

“Sa classroom may batas, bawal lumabas, oh bawal lumabas. Pero ‘pag sinabi, ‘pag nag-comply ka na bawal na lumabas pero may ginawa ka sa pinagbabawal nila, inayos mo ‘yong law ng classroom niyo at sinumbit mo ulit ay pwede na pala ikaw lumabas,” she said.

The statement of the star got so viral that it reached the Palace.

During Harry Roque’s briefing on May 18, he made a comment about the huge number people of who headed to the malls after the enhanced community quarantine was lifted.

He pointed out that people were disregarding the social distancing measures as if the COVID-19 does not exist.

With this premise, he cited the viral statement of Kim Chiu.

“Sabi nga ng isang nag-viral na post at alam ko naman kilala nyo kung sino sya, Bawal lumabas! Pero kapag nag-comply ka at inayos ninyo mag-obserba ng proper hygiene tulad ng paghuhugas ng kamay, pagsusuot ng face mask or face shield, at pagsunod sa social distancing at iba pang health protocols, mapapa-flatten natin ang curve at ‘yung bawal lumabas ay magiging pwede nang lumabas,” he said.


But Kim didn’t take the memes as a negative thing. In fact, she even made a song about it.

Written by Jacks

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