- Presidential Communication Operations Office Asec. Mocha Uson made abuzz in social media after her controversial claim that Mayon Volcano is in Naga.
- Celebrities reacted on Mocha’s remark with their wittiest way.
It seems that Mocha Uson needs to attend a Philippine Geography class!
The Presidential Communication Operations Office Asec. once again made abuzz in online world after her claim that Mt. Mayon is in Naga. The blogger-turned-public official mistakenly stated in one of her live stream videos that the restive Mayon Volcano was located in Naga, instead of Albay.
“At ‘yang pinaka mahalaga pa ‘yung nangyayari sa Naga. ‘Yang pag-aalburoto ng Mayon Volcano. Dapat doon po nakatoon ang ating mga balita,” she said.
Meanwhile, netizens and celebrities reacted to her controversial claims on Twitter. Kapamilya actor Enchong Dee commented on the issue on his wittiest way.
“Makauwi nga sa probinsya ko… balita ko may bago kaming bulkan #NagaCity,” he wrote, attaching a photo of his jersey shirt with ‘Naga City’ printed on it.
Award-winning Broadway actress Lea Salonga said that we cannot change the geography. “With all due respect, we can’t change geography. That is all,” she shortly wrote.
Comedienne Ethel Booba left a hilarious comment on the viral livestream video, “Sa sobrang gulo ng Pilipinas yung mga lupain natin naglilipatan na. Spratlys lumipat na sa China sunod yung Bulkang Mayon pumunta na sa Naga. Charot!”
Singer Bituin Escalante urged everyone to give Mocha another award for her false claims about Mayon Volcano.
She fearlessly wrote, “Naloka talaga ako sa “Mayong Bulkan” sa “Naga”. Bigyan pa ng award! Bilis!”
Here are some of the winning comments about ‘Mt. Mayon in Naga’ remark:
Singer-actor Jim Paredes wrote, “Newly discovered Mayon Calendar predicts a volcano in Albay will transfer to Naga!”
“Sa sobrang active ng Mayon, nakakarating siya nang Naga. #Mocha, Web content manager, Dino Maragay said.
“Still waiting for my friends in Naga to mark themselves as safe on Facebook. Kumusta, mga siz? Ok lang kau jan?” Paige Occeñola wrote on her Twitter account.
“Bulkang Mayon. Mayong Bulkan.
“Mochang Tanga. Tangang Mocha,” Tonyo Cruz wrote.
What can you say about these funny remarks of celebrities and netizens about Mocha’s geographical error? Share your thought in the comment section!