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How Mimiyuuuh Deals With Toxic, Homophobic Relatives

Take it from the queer star.
by Ara Eugenio
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Photo/s: Instagram/Mimiyuuuh

Vlogger Mimiyuuh said he no longer deals with "homophobic" family numbers who don't take him for what he is, he revealed in his latest vlog.

The queer star who rose to internet stardom by being unapologetically himself, said it's because he doesn't "need to prove anything to anybody" just to find acceptance. He was responding to a fan question about how he deals with toxic family members. 

"I just don't deal with them, you know what I'm saying? No deal!," said Mimiyuuuh. 

"Pero siyempre hindi naman po talaga mawawala 'yung mga homophobic nating tito. And guess what? Ngayon po nag-uunahan na silang magpa-picture sa akin," he said, adding it's not something he's being arrogant about. 

"Guys, hindi ko 'yun pinagmamayabang. In fact, sobrang sad," the vlogger said.

Talking to his close to four million subscribers on Youtube, Mimiyuh said he is done with the particular culture of needing to "be someone" just to be accepted by society. 

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"Alam niyo, maraming beses ko na 'tong sinasabi sa mga vlog na parang you really need to be someone to be appreciated by homophobic people, family member, everyone. And I'm so done with that culture. I am done with you all," he said. 

 "Let me just say this to you: You don't need to prove anything to anybody. Do the things that will make you happy as long as wala kang tinatapakang tao and your intentions are good," he said.

"If your family members won't accept you, there's a lot more people na makaka-appreciate sa 'yo. They say blood is thicker than water, but I think the relationship that you build with other peoplekahit hindi mo kamag-anakI think that's much thicker," he added. 

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