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Jake Cuenca Answers ‘Walang Utang Na Loob’ Working Project Apart from ABS-CBN

Jake Cuenca is another actor attacks by the bashers with issue of “Walang utang na loob” following after his new series project under the TV5.

The actor, aside from his modeling stints and commercial endorsements projects, undeniably, the 32-year-old rose to fame from the ABS-CBN under the talent management company, Star Magic from which he has been doing supporting and lead roles from the past. From there the actor earned a living and owes a lot to the Kapamilya Network. In his Instagram post, the actor was so proud to say that he is an ABS-CBN talent through the good times and the bad, he said he is always be a kapamilya.

“ABS-CBN through the good times and the bad I will always be a Kapamilya. Wala man tayong tahanan ngayon pero ang pagiging kapamilya ay na sa puso ko kahit ano pa mangyari. Kapamilya tayo forever.”

Because of this, bashers everywhere expressed comment against him with “walang utang na loob.

Jake Cuenca was not the only celebrity from ABS-CBN who received criticism online. But if you ask how he reacts against the bashers? Based on the report from Abante Entertainment, the actor chooses to ignore the remark noting that he loves the project in the Kapatid Network under the Brightlight Productions of Albee Benitez where he is working with Kapuso actress Kris Bernal. And according to him, to work with the stars from other network is a good chance for him to work with and he said he enjoyed working with his co-stars and directors Ato Bautista and Erin Pascual.

However, the actor did not deny that he is still under ABS-CBN’s talent company, Star Magic.

Lately, Jake Cuenca shared that his role in the movie “Sitsit” with the celebrity vlogger Ivana Alawi was really challenging but enjoyable and great job. He also noted that playing his “alter ego” was really hard but he was able to manage it.

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