Netizens cry foul over Asec. Mocha Uson's 'nasty' and 'indecorous' vlog about federalism

Netizens cry foul over Asec. Mocha Uson's 'nasty' and 'indecorous' vlog about federalism

- Twitter handle @MalacananEvents uploaded a 'sneak peak' video of Mocha Uson with Drew Olivar dancing to a made up song titled "Kain Pepedederalismo"

- Mocha Uson recently upload via her Facebook page Mocha Uson Blog a video about federalism and her full support for Tatay Digong in forging the charter change ahead

- The video received backlash that ultimately targets Uson's credibility as a government official to raise awareness and launch 'good' campaign for federalism's image

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Yesterday, countless criticisms have surfaced on the Internet after news and media flashed the news about Mocha Uson's blog educating the Filipino people about federalism. The vlog was formatted as a "game show" that has a dance number by Mocha Uson and partner Andrew Olivar.

KAMI learned that Mocha Uson had yet pulled another wave of flak from social media after releasing another video about federalism, which she entitled "Kain Pepedederalismo."

The title, according to netizens, seems 'disgustingly unfit', for someone who represents the government and who supports the campaigns being pushed forward by President Rodrigo Duterte and his allies in the congress.

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The vlog starts with a dance number by Mocha Uson and Drew Olivar, with dance steps that portray touching sensitive body parts while singing the vulgar words "p*p*" and "d*d*." The clip only lasted for more than a minute.

Netizens, via the thread by @MalacananEvents, opposing Mocha Uson, condemn the PCOO Assistant Secretary for the foul language associated with federalism and its campaign to be recognized by Filipinos.

Here are some netizens' reactions:

She later explained via a Facebook video through her Mocha Uson Blog, that the said vlog was shot way earlier before she was elected by the constitutional committee to help in the campaign for federalism. Uson also added that she's not, formally, the spokesperson on federalism, but just a 'mere supporter:

In an earlier report by KAMI, Mocha Uson became part of the cast of 'Kaibigan', playing the role of a reporter in the said movie along with Hollywood veteran Stepehen Baldwin.

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