- Joey de Leon warned his followers on social media about various poser accounts that use his identity
- The “Eat Bulaga” host recently publicized that these fake accounts are created on Facebook
- He also clarified that he does not have a Facebook page and he only uses Instagram and Twitter for his posts
- Netizens who have encountered such poser accounts then reacted to the veteran comedian’s warning
Joey de Leon took to social media to warn his followers about several pages on Facebook that use his identity.
The veteran comedian said that these accounts are fake and he also clarified that he only uses Instagram and Twitter for his posts.
"WARNING: MAY KUMAKALAT SA ILANG PAGES AT FORMAT (hindi dito)TUNGKOL SA AKIN. GINAMIT AKO in other words. ITO LANG PO ANG TANGING LUGAR KO at sa Twitter. WALA NA. Tigilan nyo ko!"
"WARNING: WALA AKONG FAKEBO este, Facebook! NO FB, only EB. Yung mga nagpapakalat ng FAKE ay Rated PG—-Pekeng Gamitero, Paid Germs, Pos-ka sa Gimik, bahala na kayong maglagay ng sarili nyong meaning! Stay fake este, safe!"
Netizens who have encountered such poser accounts then reacted to the “Eat Bulaga” host’s post:
“Opo yung henyo kwento at iba pa ata yung name ng page, halatang hindi tunay.”
“Truth! Ginagamit ka nga sa mga meme.. At 1st I thought they're legit.”
“So hinde po sa inyo un joey de leon s fb?”
“Daming gumagamit ng picture nyo henyo master then lalagyan nila ng kataga na hindi niyo naman nabanggit ni minsan.”
“Kaya pala walang "ARAL" "TRIVIA" "WORD PLAY" mga sinasabi, peke pala.”
Joey de Leon is a Filipino actor, comedian, and television host. He is one of the pioneer hosts of the longest-running noontime show in the country, “Eat Bulaga.”
During the quarantine period, Joey showed off his real hair color and new hairstyle through a new Instagram picture. The 73-year-old comedian praised his look in the photo’s caption, calling himself “handsome” with white hair.
He likewise had a comment to Tito Sotto's negative opinion on the people who post about their contributions and donations amid the COVID-19 crisis.
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