Controversial radio host Mo Twister (real life: Mohan Gumatay) along with fellow DJs Tin Gamboa (@suzy899) and Mia Bayuga (@Mia899) were suspended for two weeks for starting a Twitter hashtag while their Magic 89.9 radio program “GoodTimes” was on air on May 9, 2012.
It was reported that the hashtag became a trending topic in the Philippines but it also received a lot of hate comments as well.
Charice herself said on her official twitter account that she thought Mo was nice and that he was “unbelievable.” She tweeted:
Too bad. Remember, you interviewed me? I thought you were nice. Anyway, I should talk to you FACE TO FACE.
@djmotwister you are unbelievable. I thought you were nice. I hope you have a good lawyer.
Mo Twister already posted a public apology on his Twitter account (@djmotwister). He said:
I want to take the opportunity to apologize to Charice for a stupid & cruel joke on our show today. We attempted to be funny at her.
We apologize Charice for our stupid behavior and immature attempt to generate laughs. You have worked so very hard, not just for yourself and your family, but to put our country in a positive light, to promote immense Filipino talent, and you have done that successfully.
We are proud of you and we are embarrassed because we failed to support that. I wish I could make it up to you and rest assured-that we will exhaust every avenue to do so. We are sorry. You’ve been nothing but supportive of our show in the past. We failed to show our appreciation today.
Meanwhile, both camps deleted those tweets pertaining the hashtag incident.
So, does it mean Charice has forgiven what Mo Twister has done one day ago?
Photo credit: Twitter
Did you find this information helpful? If you did, consider donating.
Powered by Facebook Comments