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Pokwang called out Baninay Bautista for causing C0’VID-19 panic with “late upload” vlog

Pokwang is fuming mad at  Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) housemate-turned-vlogger Baninay Bautista.

It is because Baninay not clearly indicating that her vlog about being C0’VID-19 positive was a late upload.

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Yesterday, August 18, Baninay uploaded a YouTube vlog on YouTube where he said he was positive for COVID-19.

On Twitter, this Wednesday, August 19, Pokwang called out Baninay for her video.

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“Dahil sa vlog mo nag panic kami p**ah ka! E late upload naman yan at negative naman result mo last Aug. 2! ‘Wag mong gawin pagkaperahan yang nag ka covid ka, may nalalaman kapa na update update sa mga ganap sayo e negative na nga diba? Nangdamay ka pa ng nerbios at gastos!” wrote Pokwang.

Pokwang also said that Baninay tested positive for C0’VID-19 last July 21, but has already recovered on August 2.

“Hoy Baninay wag mong pagkaperahan yang clickbait mo para lang dumami views mo! Negative kana diba last Aug. 2?? July 21 ka nagkasakit tapos Aug. 2 ok ka na negative ka na! Aug. 16 naglaro ka samin nagpanic kami kanina dahil di mo sinabi sa vlog mo na late upload nayan! Pa trending ka!”

Pokwang further expressed that the vlog caused undue worry, especially that she has an 80-year-old mother and a two-year-old child in the house.

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“Hindi mo alam ang panic na ginawa mo samin Baninay! May anak ako at nanay na 80 yrs old! Sana sinabi mo agad sa vlog mo na nag negative kana last Aug. 2 dahil Aug. 16 nag guest ka sa gameshow! Hindi mo alam pakiramdam ng isang ina na sobrang nag aalala sa ganitong pandemic!”

Pokwang then retweeted a netizen’s reply to her tweet, saying that Baninay has already edited a comment in her vlog with the disclaimer: “This (was) filmed July 21, 2020.”

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