- Fictional Facebook character Madam Claudia strikes back at Mocha Uson after the sexy blogger slammed Vice President Leni Robredo on her Facebook page
- Madam Claudia bashed Mocha, saying that she did not understand the statement of the vice president
- Mocha slammed Vice President Robredo after she expressed her statement on the administration's war on drugs
Mocha Uson posted her fuming response on her Facebook page after Vice President Leni Robredo said that the administration's war on drugs lacks the element of rehabilitation.
Following the controversial post, fictional character and social media sensation Madam Claudia slammed back Mocha Uson and posted her message for the sexy blogger and Duterte supporter.
Madam Claudia wrote: “Unang una sa lahat, kung hindi mo naman pala naiintindihan ang isang balitang nakasulat sa Ingles, bakit ka nagre-react? Basa ka nang basa ng mga English articles; tapos, pag hindi mo na-gets, si VP Leni ang sisisihin mo. May Tagalog version ng statament ng bise presidente tungkol sa "War on Drug" campaign ni Digong.”
(First of all, if you cannot understand a news written in English, why are you reacting? You keep on reading English articles; then, if you did not get it, you blame VP Leni. There's a Tagalog version of the vice president's statement about Digong's "War on Drug".)
Madam Claudia included the Tagalog version of Vice President Robredo's statement in her Facebook post and explained that Robredo has the right to speak, saying that she is a part of the president's cabinet.
"English pa lang ang kalaban mo, sobrang bobita mo na. What more kung ang kaharap mo na e yung mga big time pushers? Ngayon alam mo na kung bakit hindi ka binigyan ng posisyon kahit sobrang sipsip ka?" Madam Claudia added.
(You are only battling with English, yet you are so stupid. What more if you are in front of big time pushers? Now you know why you were not given a position no matter how bootlicker you are.)
Madam Claudia posted a screen capture of her Twitter account, being blocked by Mocha Uson Blog.
The fictional Facebook character later posted on Facebook and explained herself, not being an anti-Duterte.