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Mocha Uson clarifies Facebook post; says it’s “fake news”

The Mocha Uson Blog Facebook page recently posted a hate message targeting Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto.

  • Mocha Uson then posted on her Twitter account, saying that the hate post was from a different person and called it “fake news”.
  • Netizens were amused by her attempt to clarify the situation.

The COVID-19 pandemic may have brought us a lot of stress and headaches, but one recent tweet of Mocha Uson has confused netizens.

On March 18, a post on the Mocha Uson Blog irked the netizens. It was a negative commentary targeting Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto after he appealed to the national government regarding the usage of tricycles in the city. The mayor said that the public health situation will worsen if officials will hinder the use tricycles.

The Mocha Uson Blog labeled Sotto as “pabebe” as he refused to apply the said law.

“Eto yung sinasabi ko eh. Kaya ng ibang lugar bakit eto si Mayor Sotto pabebe? Bukas paguusapan natin ito. Papaliwanag ko kung bakit sablay ang pabebe ni Sotto. Pero ang appeal ko sa DILG bakit parang kayo pa ang nakikiusap sa Mayor? Apply the LAW and be strict parang walang PANDEMIC ah.”

POSTED BY ADMIN BANAT BYEto yung sinasabi ko eh. Kaya ng ibang lugar bakit eto si Mayor Sotto pabebe? Bukas paguusapan…

Posted by MOCHA USON BLOG on Wednesday, March 18, 2020

The post earned mixed reactions from netizens, some agreeing to what the Facebook post has said, while mostly disagreed and expressed their annoyance towards Uson.

But what surprised netizens was Uson’s tweet, clarifying that her page is handled by different bloggers and admins. She even called the statements of her hating Sotto “fake news”.

Netizens then began calling her a coward for not taking responsibility for what is being posted on her Facebook page.

On March 20, Mocha Uson Blog with more than 5 million followers was removed from Facebook and has been inaccessible for more than 24 hours.

Banat By, who usually posts his opinions regarding political issues, is Byron Cristobal, Mocha’s manager.

Enjoying Pagadian with Mocha Girls.

Posted by Banat By on Thursday, January 16, 2020



There are 307 cases and 19 deaths due to COVID-19 in the Philippines as of this writing.

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