Pinoy Livestream app KUMU has always believed in amplifying the Filipino's voice to spark connections across the globe. And with its dynamic live streaming feature a proven powerful tool in content discovery, the platform's role becomes dramatically bigger to further promote complete inclusivity.
KUMU thus culminates Pride Month with beauty, talent, entertainment, and, well, pride filling the app's Spotlight section. It has also invited talented allies and members of the LGBTQIA+ community to relay their expertise, experiences, and stories to the Kumunity.
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Singer, host, and chef Apple Chiu and comedian Betong Sumaya kicked things off on Monday, June 22. Chiu, who started her own KUMU-cooking musical, brought entertainment while sharing culinary knowledge to viewers. Sumaya later delivered his signature humor to the viewers' delight.
Artist Akiro took the stage on Tuesday, June 23, bringing his creative flair to KUMU. Akiro, known for painting his face and body to transform himself into different characters, did his thing to the viewers' astonishment.
Funny men Romark Joseph and Mike Unson then brought their individual brands of stand-up comedy on Thursday night.
Rounding up the Pride Week celebration on KUMU, singer RJ Agustin is set to serenade viewers with his vocal chops on Friday.
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KUMU is a powerful social media platform that brings the voices of Filipinos from all over the globe at the forefront. Aside from presenting users real-time earning opportunities as a live streamer, chances to win cash in various game shows, and engagement in campaigns, KUMU also fosters communities that ignite relevant discussions among Filipinos. Be part of the Kumunity now and download the app for free at Google Play or the App Store. Download Kumu for FREE via https://app.kumu.ph/ABSpublishing
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