- Ogie Diaz cleared up the name of Vice Ganda in his latest Showbiz Update with regards the latest controversy that he was in
- Vice Ganda recently called out an online news site about a fake news
- The news showed that Vice allegedly tweeted and took a swipe at artists transferring networks, all amid Bea Alonzo's transfer
- According to Ogie, the propagator of the fake news forgot to change the date, which clearly gave him away
Ogie Diaz, in his latest Showbiz Update vlog, revealed the real score on the controversy that surrounded Vice Ganda.
The manager of Liza Soberano said that while the viral alleged tweet looked like from the verified acount of Vice but Ogie said that the text was edited.
Ogie then noted that what the fake news propagator missed to change was the date, saying that it was allegedly tweeted June 30 but only went viral three days after.
"Pinalitan lang ang mga salita na talagang magpapasabog nang bonggang-bongga," said Ogie Diaz.
Mama Loi then said, "Nakalimutan nila palitan yung date."
"Para siraan si Vice," added the comedian.
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Ogie Diaz is a comedian and a talent manager who is the one handling the career of Liza Soberano. He is also among the most outspoken celebs as he will not mince words when he would comment on something, whether it be in showbiz or politics.
The issue that Mama Ogs was talking about was about Vice Ganda. Because it was fake news, Vice Ganda took to Twitter and lambasted a popular online news site. According to Vice, the one that propagated the fake news was "kadiri." He then exemplified that "mas kadiri" are the people who bought the news and believed it. The comedian then trained his arrows towards those people whose jobs were allegedly to propagate fake news.
About more than a week ago, Vice Ganda was among the many celebrities who greatly admired the late President Benigno Simeon “Noynoy” C. Aquino. The popular TV host and actor said that one of the highlights of his career was his interview with then President Aquino for his show, Gandang Gabi Vice. The actor then expressed his thanks at having been able to meet the President in person and also extolled the integrity of PNoy. Vice was able to interview the late leader back in 2015 when he was still President of the Philippines.
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