BINI Responds To Allegations Of ‘Witchcraft’ Surrounding Viral Hit “Salamin, Salamin”

Does BINI Cast Spells On Listeners?!

BINI – A religious content creator accused P-pop girl group BINI’s hit song “Salamin, Salamin” of spreading witchcraft.

BINI addressed accusations from a religious content creator who claimed their popular song “Salamin, Salamin” was promoting witchcraft, asserting that they don’t give credence to such claims. “Salamin, Salamin” is the flagship track of their first EP, “Talaarawan,” which debuted on March 8, coinciding with International Women’s Day.

The EP also includes tracks such as “Karera,” “Pantropiko,” “Ang Huling Cha Cha,” “Na Na Nandito Lang,” and “Diyan Ka Lang.”

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Follow Jesus Ministry took to Facebook to allege that BINI was endorsing “worldly music” and disseminating witchcraft with their song “Salamin, Salamin,” advising followers to be selective in their musical preferences. The post has amassed more than 6,600 reactions and 2,300 shares on the social media platform.

“Let’s choose our music wisely to nurture our souls and to bring us closer to God. Beware sa mga Christian, preachers, pastors, ministers na walang nakikitang mali sa pakikinig ng mga worldly music,” it wrote. “‘Salamin Salamin’ is a witchcraft song. Please wake up church.”

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Despite the dispute, the P-pop girl group found the allegation amusing at a recent press conference for an e-commerce platform.

“Actually, nakita ko po ‘yung post na ‘yun. Nakakatawa po,” Colet responded to a question about the issue, adding that they simply laugh off such stories and theories about them.

Maloi brushed aside the allegations as “fake news,” reiterating that “Salamin, Salamin” is simply a great song.

“Fake news po. Hindi po witchcraft ang ‘Salamin, Salamin.’ Maganda lang po ‘yung song (It’s just fake news. ‘Salamin, Salamin’ doesn’t promote witchcraft. The song is just nice),” she said.

The eight-member girl group rose to fame when their track “Pantropiko” went viral on social media in 2023. BINI, consisting of Jhoanna, Aiah, Colet, Maloi, Gwen, Stacey, Mikha, and Sheena, made their official debut in June 2021. They are set to perform their “BINIverse” concert from June 28 to 30 at the New Frontier Theater in Quezon City.

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