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James Deakin breaks silence on Jover Laurio’s #PaBoost issue

James Deakin breaks silence on Jover Laurio’s #PaBoost issue

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  • James Deakin cleared his name and posted about the online attack he experienced last year.
  • He had a strong feeling that this is made by the same group of people that attacked the Duterte administration.

James Deakin posted about the ongoing controversy behind Jover Laurio and how she was paid to boost her anti-administration posts.

He recalled last year when he was in the center of a “heavily funded troll attack” that posted things against him without any proof. But he decided to remain quiet.

READ: LEAKED SCREENSHOTS: Jover Laurio’s Pinoy Ako Blog receives thousands worth of boost hate posts against James Deakin and Mocha Uson

And a year after, “the truth comes out,” he said. He claimed that the attacks against him were sponsored as well as the reactions.

Posted by James Deakin on Sunday, January 6, 2019

Deakin then shaded Lurio saying that she has finally been exposed of being a “shill” and a “fraud”.

“A garden variety troll that is so hungry for fame and recognition that she hasn’t yet figured out that she is also being used by her high profile backers. Poor girl. She just wanted to fit in. And she did. For so long as she was doing their dirty work, of course.”

Posted by James Deakin on Sunday, January 6, 2019

The journalist then questioned the main stream media’s lack of coverage regarding the controversy now that there’s “hard evidence, receipts, and a confession.”

The confession that he was pertaining to is Kris Aquino‘s comment wherein she admitted of giving funds to her former financial manager, Nicko Falcis, to boost certain social media campaigns.

READ: James Deakin apologizes for dragging Kris Aquino on his Facebook post; Kris accepts

I always knew I was the subject of a heavily funded troll attack back in Jan of 2018, but without hard proof, I just…

Posted by James Deakin on Sunday, January 6, 2019

“THIS, I would think, is ACTUAL news. Right? Or maybe I need to boost it first for it to qualify?” he wrote at he end.

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