Morissette Amon cries foul over alleged poor performance at corporate event

Jan Milo Severo - Philstar.com
Morissette Amon cries foul over alleged poor performance at corporate event
Singer Morissette Amon
Morissette via Twitter

MANILA, Philippines — Singer Morissette Amon broke her silence over an alleged poor performance at a corporate event.

In a now deleted post written by an event director, it was said that a "phoenix seemed zapped of energy, acted uninterested, and sounded cold and distant" during a corporate performance.

"Asia's Phoenix" Morissette posted on her Instagram story that she never met the man who posted the rumor. 

"I just find it unfair that people assume so quickly hearing just one side of the story," she said in a series of Instagram stories posted on March 2. "I really don't understand where all this hate is coming from," she said. 


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"I'm really not getting why he went out his way to put out so much hate towards me and my craft," she added. 

In another IG story, Morissette admitted that she's under the weather during the event. 

"I was actually bedridden the day before with a fever and no voice, that I was close to cancelling said event. But the show must go on, and I went as agreed," she wrote.

"I drive myself to work nowadays which I actually love doing, but on this day of the event, I didn't feel a hundred percent yet so I asked my husband to drive and go with me, so he cancelled his work that day. The talent coordinator was made aware of my health state and took care of us backstage as I was getting ready," she said. 

Even though she was not feeling well, Morissette said that she honored her commitment and performed despite her health struggle. 

"I performed as planned, again not a hundred percent, but rest assured I gave my all, even congratulating the awardees on stage and still belting my heart out," she said.

"My husband and my team, and the staff, applauded me for getting through my set despite knowing I wasn't in my best shape," she said.

"I really don't know what else to tell you guys. I showed up to that event and still tried to give it my all, but I guess I can't please everybody.

"I really didn't think much of this issue cuz my conscience is clear. I have pretty high standards for myself especially when it comes to my craft, but I knew then that there wasn't really much I could do because I am in fact still human and get sick and have down days too. So let's this be a lesson to all of us to really take care of ourselves, and stay away from unnecessary negativity."

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