- Netizens’ Slayage over Mocha Uson’s “Symbolism” Alibi
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- Netizens react on Mocha Uson’s Symbolism Gimmick
It has been an ongoing debate as to how appropriate Mocha Uson‘s alibi was when she posted a wrong picture to match with her decently-constructed post. On May 29, she once shocked the world when another mishap negates her vision of diminishing fake news in the country.
On her post, she stated “Let’s pray for our army. Panalangin din po natin ang mga pamilya naiwan at nababahala sa kalagayan ng kanilang asawa at tatay.”
True enough, a twitter account @AltTeamAFP immediately corrected Uson for attaching her post with a photo of a battalion of Honduras Army.
For her defense, Mocha Uson fires back saying,
“I did not say na Philippine Army ‘yan. I did not say that picture was taken from Marawi. It’s a symbol of army praying… Common sense lang na hindi sa atin ‘yan kasi may flag sila sa vest nila. Ba’t ko ipo-post na sa Pilipinas ‘yan e may flag nga ng ibang bansa. Common sense na it is a symbolism.”
After raising the ‘symbolism’ card, Filipinos, being as witty as ever, mocked the former sexy star hilariously.
The one that started it all
It wasn’t until Ignore Rants posted an equally symbolic post that netizens flooded the comment section with their own witty entries.
Just take a look at this.
And then followed by these err.. symbolisms.
It might be below the belt, but at the end of the day, it’s just a symbolism. Do you have an entry of your own? Let us know.