- A former journalist posted an intriguing message on social media where he mentioned Ogie Diaz
- He poked fun at the physical appearance of the said popular showbiz personality
- Because of the viral post, Ogie decided to respond and lambast the person who created it
- He claimed that the former newscaster continues to make noise because he wants a position in the government
Ogie Diaz bravely clapped back at a former journalist over his recent controversial post on social media.
KAMI learned that the popular celebrity did not like how his name was mentioned in the Twitter post of Jay Sonza dated April 19.
The former newscaster stated that a person is considered “asymptopangit” if he already looks like Ogie but does not want to accept it.
“Asymptomatic - you know you have the virus and accepted it. Asymptopangit - nagiging kamukha mo na sina PAB jover at Ogie D. pero di mo pa rin matanggap,” he wrote.
The “Home Sweetie Home” cast member took to Facebook his reaction upon reading the former journalist’s post.
He claimed that Jay never stops making his name the talk of the town on social media because he allegedly wants a position in the government.
The comedian also pointed out that if the standard for being handsome is the face of the said newscaster, then he would rather choose to be ugly.
“Kung makakadagdag pogi points ke Jay Sonza ang paggamit sa pangalan ko, go lang. Sana, ikagwapo mo at magkaroon ka na din ng pwesto sa gobyerno na matagal mo nang inaasam-asam,” Ogie replied.
“Pangit ba talaga ako? Kasi, kung yung itsura mo ang batayan ng kagwapuhan, eh okay na pong pangit ako… So sa yo pa talaga galing na pangit ako? Ikaw pa talaga ang nagsabi? Sure ka na ba? Hahahaha!” he added.
In a previous article by KAMI, Ogie learned about the new FB page of Mocha Uson and immediately posted about it.
Ogie Diaz is one of the veteran actors in the Philippines. He became a part of hit series such as Born For You, Nathaniel, and Walang Hanggan.
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