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Jong Madaliday Air Dismay to Fellow Filipinos After Being Bullied on Video Chat

The Clash alumnus Jong Madaliday air dismay to fellow Filipinos after being bullied and discriminated against his nose while doing video chat.

Recently, Jong delivered good vibes to people through songs on the Omegle website. Jong’s vlog recently garnered millions of views on Facebook where he serenades some foreign girls through the online chat website Omegle.

Jong Madaliday

The young man really won praise because his voice was lovable. One of his chatters from America commented, “If I have a golden buzzer right now, I’ve been hitting that.”

Following this, Jong granted the requesting Filipinos whom he also sang. But if he received admiration from foreigners, Jong received some insults from some Filipinos.

This is in stark contrast to his recent experience with a group of Filipino teenagers who managed to insult his appearance. “Lintek na ilong ‘yan!” a man commented when they chatted with Jong on OmeTV.

The young singer was hurt. Jong reminded the man that they had them on his vlog. His chat apologized but his colleagues could be heard laughing in the background. As a result, Jong expressed his thoughts on what happened.

“Gusto ko lang naman kayo pasayahin pero bakit ganun? 1st time ko dito andami kasi nagrerequest na mga Pinoy naman daw haranahin ko pero ganito ang naingkwentro ko whoo lets go (laughing emoji) naka tatlong video palang ako niyan pass mona sa OmeTv Omegle nalang tayo (laughing emoji) ” natatawang said Jong.

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He continued to express his resentment, “PASS MO NA AKO SA OMETV (smiling emoji) MAS OKAY NAYONG BUGBOGIN KA MATATANGAL PAYONG SAKIT PERO MASASAKTAN KA EMOTIONAL SH*T DIKO KAYA.”

“Dito sa Pilipinas di sapat na may talento ka kasi lahat kayang gawan ng issue. Woah! Grabe ito yong time na sana sa ibang bansa nalang ako nakatira, siguro mas tanggap nila ako, mas maaappreciate nila ang hitsura ko, ang kulay ko, at ang talento ko. Napaka-hirap mag-excel sa Pilipinas kung “ganito” kalang. (sad emoji)” Jong added.

Clarifying The Clash alumnus, he did not post the video to gain sympathy, but to show what is really going on to them singers and performers venturing into this kind of world.

“Pero marami pa namang Pilipino ang nakakaappreciate satin at lubos po akong nagpapasalamat sa lahat ng suporta at pagmamahal. Hindi po ako susuko, tuloy ang laban ng buhay!” according to him.

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