- Mocha Uson now adds columnist to her resume as she now writes for the Philippine Star
- The Mocha Girls leader shared that the most intense bashing she received was when ABS-CBN wrote that she was appointed as BOC's social media consultant
- Mocha has now touted herself as the voice of the ordinary people
The more Mocha Uson opens her mouth, the more the media wants a piece of her.
Recently, the Mocha Girls leader has been given a columnist slot at the Philippine Star, which has angered the newspaper's scion, Regina Belmonte.
Aside from her new sideline, Mocha has been getting interviewed by various media outfits - even those whom she criticized for being biased.
The starlet-turned-voice of the people was interviewed in Ted Failon's DZMM TeleRadyo program, 'Ted Failon', which airs from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Although there has not yet been a clip of the interview, whether audio or video, Mocha has shared her favorite part on her blog-turned-Facebook page.
When the veteran broadcaster asked her what was the most intense bashing she got from netizens, she answered that a wrong piece of information almost made her downfall.
She admitted that the worst bashing she got was when ABS-CBN,which owns DZMM, released that she has been appointed as the social media consultant of the Bureau of Customs (BOC).
Mocha is not a stranger to bashing - it has gotten to a point that there has been a petition to shut her page down due to her incorrect reportage and demeaning statements against politicians who do not support President Rodrigo Duterte.
She has now branded herself as the voice of the ordinary people, but what if she has gotten the BOC position instead? Will she be like this politician who embarrassed his countrymen? We hope not.