- Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto was mistakenly addressed by GMA-7 as a “tricycle operator”
- The prominent politician posted a screenshot of the said mistake and aired a joke about it
- The producer of the said story also aired a message after learning about the reaction of Vico
- The handsome Mayor then responded to the explanation of the said GMA-7 employee
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A story producer in GMA-7 has decided to shed some light about the network’s recent report that immediately went viral in the online world.
KAMI learned that the said television news report mistakenly addressed Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto as a “tricycle operator.”
The producer of the trending story took to Twitter his apologies to the young politician because of the mistake.
“Ako po ‘yung producer ng story na ‘to. Pasig City po dapat ‘yan. Sorry po, nagkamali po ‘yung chargen operator,” the employee wrote.
Vico did not hesitate to respond to the said person and he straightforwardly said that there is nothing to worry about.
He quipped that people also need a stress-reliever especially now that the Philippines is experiencing a dreadful pandemic.
The son of Vico Sotto also jokingly mentioned in his reply that there is someone who should not see the said mistake because it can be used against him.
“Don't worry about it! Sa panahon ngayon, kailangan din natin ng konting comic relief,” he stated.
“Wag lang po ito makita ng *** at baka isipin nila totoo!! Haha,” he added.
In a previous article by , Vico unhesitatingly replied to a netizen who suddenly called him “babe” mayor.
Vico Sotto is a young politician from Pasig City. He got elected as the Mayor of the said city in 2019. Many people admire him for his dedication and willingness to help other people.
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