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Thursday, August 5, 2021

Tweet Scoop: Kyla Denies Transphobic Comment on Olympian Laurel Hubbard Posted on Her Fanpage, Says Admins Might be Responsible










Images courtesy of Twitter: kylaessentials

73 comments:

  1. Weh? Na-hack agad?

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    1. I don't think Kyla is the type na sumasali sa ganyang usapin.

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    2. not her daw..e may blue check.may blue check din ba ang mga fan page

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    3. sabi lang baka sa personality ni kyla d sya mag ko comment ng ganyan and di nmn celebs ang nagpopost sa mga page may admin mga yan

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    4. Hindi naman porket may blue check, sila na naghahandle ng account nila. May access din sila pero may admin din sila.

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    5. Ang dami din po na blue check esp mostly sa facebook page minsan meron silang nakatuka na admin. Exemption nalang yung instagram at twitter kasi more on personal. 7:05 ganon din minsan kay Marian Rivera Blue check pero may admin din nagpopost kahit hindi sya yung nagpopost. Nilalagay nila sa ilalim admin name.

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    6. Wala bang gustong umako ng post? AKO NA LANG! E hindi naman ako kilala so me bearing ba pag ganun?

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  2. Close that count if not you

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  3. Knowing her buong career nyan never siya magsasalita ng ganyan. Si Kyla pa ba. Napakq down to earth, siya yung uy wag ganyan

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  4. Palusot pa more Kyla hahahaha

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    1. 1:12 u obviously dont know her. Well, wala nman kasi sya ibang news aside from her own career. Hndi din sya nakikisala s gulo ng iba or s mga trending issue noon pa, kaya bihira lng tlga sya makita s showbiz news

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  5. The trans used to join weightlifting competition in the men's category. Now she's allowed in the women's. Is it fair?

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    1. Exactly! It really isn't.

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    2. Natalo sa men's category kaya sumali sa women's category. 😂

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    3. True. Nasaktan ba sila? Hahaha. Unethical naman talaga. Butthurt na naman mga pa woke. Pwe

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    4. Unfair! Physically stronger naman talaga ang lalake.

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  6. Lagi naman na hack ang rason pag ganyan

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  7. Women: Down with a patriarchy! Males are oppressing us!!
    Men: Dresses and identifies as a woman.
    Women: That transwoman is an empowered and independent woman!

    Person with a brain: Wait... what??? :)

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    1. True. Kawawa ang mga tunay na babae.

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    2. Lawakan mo naman pagiisip mo parang mas magaling pa sa yo ang grade schooler mag analyze ah.

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    3. Couldn’t be more TRUE! Funny world we live in ano!

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    4. @10:24 AM, call me when a transwoman replaces you at your workplace :) Enjoy the collapse ladies, kayo din ang kawawa :)

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    5. The fact that we have to say trans means they are not real women.

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    6. Anon 7:42 baka in the future eclaim din nla yan, knowing some members ng LGBTQ na very self-righteous. gusto lahat nasa side nla..

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  8. Natakot si singer biglang kambyo😁

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  9. hack agad? weh?

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  10. A transgender woman still has the strength of a man. It's not different from doping which makes an athlete much stronger. Kyla is right. Play Fair at the Olympics!

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    1. ang nabasa ko sa CNN or Time ba yun, kaya sya pumasa sa women’s category kasi pumasa yung baba ng testosterone level nya. otherwise, baka i.push pa rin aya sa men’s division

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    2. agree! why is it sobrang sensitive pag ganitong topic na lalamunin ka nila. its obvious na physical strength na pinaguusapan and we have to be fair.

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    3. Tama ka dyan baks. Kahit anong gawin ng transgender women they still have the physical strength of a man.

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  11. Your fanpage, your responsibility! Don't point fingers.

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  12. Whether it's Kyla or not, may point naman. It's unfair kc physical strength ang labanan and men are physically stronger than women. Where's the fair play? Palagi na lang nasasaktan ang LGBT and laging sinasabi na transphobic chuchu pag taliwas sa gusto nila. Dapat nilulugar din yan.

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    1. sobrang agree ako. nabigay na sa kanila ang respeto pero they want more. sobra na.

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    2. 123 so true dapat may sarili silang category, iba ang inborn female sa trans.

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    3. This☝️. Tama naman. I'm not against lgbt infact I have friends. But common sense lang. Kahit pa trans yan iba pa din ang lakas nila

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    4. My lgbt friends dont want it too. Pati yung pagsali ng trans sa pageant.

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    5. Kanser na eh. Bakit ba pinayagang sa womens sya lumaban? Kklk.

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    6. nakasali na nga yang mga trans sa Ms. Universe at sa ibang beauty pageant na dpat natural born woman lang ang pwede...tapos apg may pumalag sasabihing transphobic...bawal pumalag pag against sa kanila

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  13. Any transgender who intends to compete in sports competition needs to undergo therapies to set their hormonal level to be within the range of the gender group they intend to join in. This so-called therapy would even out the athletic edge of transgender individuals. There are plenty or journal online regarding this subject.

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  14. Unfair naman talaga. Biologically, she's still a man hence much stronger than a biological woman. Hindi transphobia yun. Hindi naman ito pagiging presidente ng kumpanya o even pagiging presidente ng bansa wherein hindi nag ma matter ang physical strength.

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  15. She did not say anything mean, but truth.

    I guess truth hurts.

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  16. It’s bot a fan page if it is verified and has a blue checkmark. Although it’s very probable that an admin posted it. Kahit sa mga sagot ni Kyla diyan parang admin pa din kasi may taray. Napaka out of character ni Kyla.

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  17. Hahaha sorry parang palusot lang! Seryoso ba cnu mag eefort sknya para I hack account nya and "fanpage"?? Seryoso ba??!? hahhaha

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    1. Hala c 743 parang 80 na ang edad. Ikaw ang nakakaloka. Not a fan of her pero seryoso ka ba? Lol

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  18. Believe it or not, it is not kyla who replied to that comment. Upon checking, it was actually one of the admin who did not notice that he is interacting using the kyla page account and not his personal account. That person's admin access has been revoked already. Kyla is not the type of person who comments on any post either using the page account or her real account. Kyla was not active in fb for some time now as she is still recovering from the loss of her baby. Please don't judge easily. I know her page is her responsibility but she cannot monitor every single thing being done by any admins specially now. I hope this clarifies the issue.

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    1. Naniniwala ako sayo, Kyla. haha labyu

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  19. before naging transwoman si laurel hubbard ay weighlifter na to sa men's division. so napakaunfair naman kung isasali siya sa woman's. iba pa rin ang lakas nila. try nyo ilaban transman sa boxing di ba matatalo lang

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    1. That's true and hindi sya nananalo kaya sa women's nalang sya pero olats pa rin :)

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  20. Sa totoo lang tama yung admin ng page or hacker or whatever. Kaya nga hiwalay ang categories ng male and female dahil sa inherent biological differencessa katawan.

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  21. daming mga bugok na admin yang kyla page member ako ng kylaonliners group sa fb. Tagal na namin silang sinasabihan na kung magpopost sa FB siguraduhin nila kung sinong admin yung nagpost nun. Kasi minsan na mimisinterpret ng mga fans yung post kala si kyla talaga yun.

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  22. I dont think its her, wala naman syang naging issue na ganyan at di sya nakikisawsaw sa ganyang issue.

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  23. Sa true lang naman. Discrimination ba ung lamang sa phisical strenght ang trans kaya dapat sa mens sya kasali at hindi sa womens? Kklk. Hinayaan kasi sa beauty oageant pati tuloy sa sports napasok ng kanser.

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  24. I think nakalimutan lang mag-switch to personal account admin nya. Fanpage admins are not supposed to post their personal opinions especially if it does not reflect their idols' views. Still, I agree, it's unethical.

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  25. If she’s trans, then most likely she’s taking meds which actually makes it more difficult for her because her body is adjusting and accepting different hormones. It’s possible her male strength isn’t the same as before she transitioned (I’m not sure, if there are doctors here pls verify).. nevertheless, the olympic board is not known for taking things like this lightly, it underwent a thorough process before she was approved to compete. So stop judging unless you’re part of the olympics committee 🤣

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    1. You'd be so naive if you think that way.

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  26. Panindigan mo na girl kasi may point ka rin naman. That's unfair. Kahit anong gawin, scientifically magkaiba talaga katawan ng in-born woman sa mga kagaya nilang kinoconsider nilang woman sila.

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  27. Knowing Kyla na di makabasag pingan sa mga interview, it's believable na hindi sya yung sumasagot kung 1 of the admins. But I agree with that comment though. I always support the LBTQ fight for most issues but for this one, it really is unfair for a woman to compete with men (trans or not) if the gauge of the competition is strength.

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  28. Hindi yan si Kayla, di sya marunong magingles! Lolz

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    1. Grabe ka sist 😆 Saka kung Kyla man yan or not, who cares di naman relevant si gurl

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  29. I'm sure its not her. As she said mentioned on twitter, she doesnt comment and engage to that kind of things. And knowing Kyla, di tlga sya nag ccomment ng ganyan.

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  30. Im sure hndi tlga si Kyla yan kasi hndi ko p sya nababalitaan n nakikisawsaw s mga issue n hndi sya dawit or belong.

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  31. That is definitely unfair. He has the strength of a man. Men are physically stronger than women. Even if she claims and thinks and acts like a woman, science will always tell he is a man therefore, he has the strength of a man.

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  32. Uhm I don’t think it’s her. Never naman nag cocomment yan kahit saan. Malamang admin yan.

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  33. Since pumayag ang Olympics comm sa weightlifting dapat pwede na din ang mga trans sa boxing! Patay tayo dyan, labo labo na to haha.

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  34. Tama naman. Kahit si Caitlyn Jenner na dating athlete e disagree sa trans tawiran sa sports.

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  35. She has a point but I believe it was her you made a comment. Pati commas and the way it was written was her style

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  36. Magkatunog eh. Dedeny pa. Huwag kayo mag page if ayaw nyo ma hold accountable sa mga negligence nyo.

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  37. parang its a verified account

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  38. Bkit kasi may admin admin pa sa fanpage pwede nman sya na lng maghandle ng account nya. Palusot pa

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  39. Regardless if it's really Kyla who commentedor not, we have to RESPECT HER opinion. Just because her beliefs are different from yours doesn't mean you should blame/disrespect/insult her. Learn to accept people and their beliefs. As for the weightlifter, there is a reason why there are 2 divisions per sport, aka men and women. In my opinion, what Laurel Hubbard did was unfair.

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  40. Facebook accounts of artists have admins, they don't use it personally even it's verified, it's a known fact. Gosh. I believe Kyla, those might be one of her admins.

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  41. Whether it's really Kyla or not eh may point naman! Hindi rin ako hater ng LGBTQ+ pero ilugar naman naten ang pinaglalaban diba.. Minsan kasi gusto nila sila lage ang kinoconsider, pag di napagbigyan eh homophobic qgad.. Wag ganun mga besh...

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