- Agot Isidro called out both Mocha Uson and Drew Olivar on their federalism information campaign on Twitter.
- Olivar danced and sang “pepe-dede-ralismo” in one part of the live stream.
- Agot wrote that the two shouldn’t be proud of what they did.
Parody account, Malacañang Events and Catering Services, recorded the live stream video of Mocha Uson and Drew Olivar doing a federalism information campaign on Facebook.
Agot calls out Mocha and Drew
Actress Agot Isidro called out both Uson and Olivar on the way they presented the idea of federalism. Agot said that the two shouldn’t be proud of what they did.
She asked that they should shape up and strive to attain a degree of cerdibility.
“Ikaka-proud mo talaga ito, Asec? Matanong ko lang. Wala namang babuyan. Isaayos ang trabaho para may kaunting credibilidad.”
Malacañang Events and Catering Services re-posted the said dance on Twitter.
“WATCH: Sneak peek of our federalism lecture series entitled “Kain Pepedederalismo”, hosted by @MochaUson and Drew Olivar.”
Watch the viral Pepe-dede-ralismo video: The Pepe-dede-ralismo Dance goes viral
Video Source: Malacañang Events and Catering Services (@MalacananEvents) | Twitter
Agot exchanged tweets with other netizens who pointed out that Uson, Olivar and others are trying to trigger the public.
“They purposely do that to trigger our side. They are the masters in the art of trolling and flaming.”
One netizen noted that people should not bite into the provocation.
“you are right. we should not ride on their provocation.”
Agot, however, told netizens that it is important to call these people out.
“I disagree. Call it out, because it is so wrong on so many levels. If we just let them do their thing without objections, we are passive participants to it. Always call them out.”
Another netizen continued that the world needs to know what trolling is all about.
“Mine was a statement on what they are doing. World needs to know what trolling actually is. What flaming actually is to understand what Mocha & her cohorts do everyday. Yes, agree. They should be called out for what they are doing wrong. If they are lying: say it unequivocally.”