Mo Twister Slams Mocha Uson for Using Wrong Photo, calls Mocha a ‘Journalism Kuto’


Radio DJ Mo Twister has criticized Mocha Uson for using wrong photo in her Facebook post about Filipino soldiers.

In a Facebook post of Mocha Uson on Sunday, she asked her followers to pray for the soldiers who are currently fighting the Maute group in Marawi City. Along is a photo showing soldiers on their knees and praying.

Mo Twister Slams Mocha Uson for Using Wrong Photo, calls Mocha a 'Journalism Kuto'

While Uson’s intentions are good, Mo Twister reacts after realizing that the soldiers in the photo are not Filipinos. Here’s what he has to say about Mocha’s post.

“So this is Mocha Uson in a nutshell. She posted this photo yesterday saying let’s pray for our army,” he said.

“One issue lang. The photo isn’t our army. You see that little blue flag on each of the soldiers chest? That’s the flag of Honduras. These are their soldiers from 2015,” Mo Twister pointed out.

“Mocha, the Assistant Secretary of the Presidential Communications Operation Office does this REGULARLY. Her and her followers will likely defend this by saying, “okay, she used a picture to convey the message of prayer so don’t find negative in that,” he said.

“The problem is you’re insulting these soldiers, our soldiers, and everyone’s intelligence with your fake sh**,” he added.

“Mocha, you are journalism kuto. You are also an insult to every hardworking student or aspiring journalist. You took away a job from someone more deserving,” he said.

Mo Twister also suggest Mocha to read Section 4 of RA 6713 – which refers to the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees.

So this is Mocha Uson in a nutshell. She posted this photo yesterday saying let’s pray for our army. One issue lang. The photo isn’t our army. You see that little blue flag on each of the soldiers chest? That’s the flag of Honduras. These are their soldiers from 2015. Mocha, the Assistant Secretary of the Presidential Communications Operation Office does this REGULARLY. Her and her followers will likely defend this by saying, “okay, she used a picture to convey the message of prayer so don’t find negative in that.” The problem is you’re insulting these soldiers, our soldiers, and everyone’s intelligence with your fake shit. Mocha, you are journalism kuto. ?? You are also an insult to every hardworking student or aspiring journalist. You took away a job from someone more deserving dahil yung ilong mo puno ng bahid ng tae ni #DU30 @mochauson you read up on Section 4 of RA 6713, dumbass.

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Mocha Uson’s post has since deleted but Mo has screen grab posted on his Instagram account.

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