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KC Montero clarifies he committed no COVID-19 violation during last year’s arrest

A netizen then found it funny that someone like KC would criticize celebrities when he himself along with 100 other people were apprehended last year in a Makati City bar for partying during the height of the pandemic

Philippine-based American DJ KC Montero has made it clear that his arrest last year amounted to nothing as authorities found that he committed no violations related to COVID-19 health protocols.

In a tweet, KC expressed frustration at celebrities who enter and exit the NCR. He also dislikes it when they upload photos of their travels.

A netizen then found it funny that someone like KC would criticize celebrities when he himself along with 100 other people were apprehended last year in a Makati City bar for partying during the height of the pandemic.

KC clarified that authorities let them off since no violations were found. He said that there was never any party when he was at the bar. Plus, there were only around 80 people in a room for 800.

“FYI – all charges were dropped since they couldn’t find any evidence that anyone was partying or violating any rules. Remember indoor dining was allowed at that time and we followed all protocol. If not, charges wouldn’t have been dropped.” KC said in another tweet.

Based on his tweets, KC has a genuine concern about observing health measures amid the pandemic.


Ordinary citizens have also called out the fact that there exists something called “celebrity privilege.”

Written by JO-EST B. TAN

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