Janno Gibbs Issues Official Statement After Leaving ‘Happy Time’

Here’s the official statement of Janno Gibbs for leaving Happy Time

Janno Gibbs took to social media wherein he released his official statement after leaving “Happy Time.”

Janno Gibbs
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The singer-host is currently making rounds online following his altercation with fellow host KitKat.

Both were allegedly involved in an exchange of sharp words onset their noontime program.

It even escalated on social media. Because of the incident, they were told to leave the show.

Here’s the official statement of Janno Gibbs:

This statement is being written to put this matter to rest once and for all. During live TV shows, and especially during game portions, it is usual for the hosts to challenge each other with playful exchange of words or teasing remarks to create more excitement, laughter and fun for the portion. All along, I thought that we were having an innocent, comedic banter and that she was playing along, but apparently, she had taken it personally. After she consecutively said several words against me, I was also affected and it made me react the way that I did. A series of online posts were made that threatened me and my family. It really hurt me that even my family was dragged into this. In spite of this, I kept quiet and only replied once hoping the issue would die down. I have apologized to my co-host and the management of the show. I have also publicly apologized. We have both been asked to leave the show. My personal learning is to not react so publicly in situations like this whether on air or online. I have also learned to treat my co- workers with even more sensitivity. I remain grateful to Net 25 for the opportunity to work for them. They have treated me well. And I will miss working with my brother, Anjo.”

Meanwhile, Janno is one of the hosts of Happy Time, a noontime variety show broadcast on Net 25, the television network of the Eagle Broadcasting Corporation.

It was on September 14, 2020, when Happy Time, a noontime variety show broadcast on Net 25, the television network of the Eagle Broadcasting Corporation premiered.

It is hosted by comedians Janno, Kitkat, and Anjo Yllana.

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