- Palace communications official Mocha Uson once again elicited negative reactions among the netizens for her 'Pepedederalismo' video
- Even politicians and public officials expressed disappointment
- Some celebrities who have been vocal about their concerns regarding national issues expressed their opinions through social media
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Some celebrities took to social media to express their opinions regarding he so-called "Pepedederalismo" viral clip involving Palace communications official Mocha Uson.
The clip, from a recent episode of Uson's "Good News Game Show," elicited uproar among the internet community.
After all the reactions, Uson defended the controversial federalism video, 'Anong masama dun?'
Among the celebrities who voiced out their disappointment to Uson and Olivar were actress Agot Isidro and music veteran Jim Paredes, who were both outspoken critics of the Duterte administration.
In a tweet Isidro wrote, "Ikaka-proud mo talaga ito, Asec? Matanong ko lang. Wala namang babuyan. Isaayos ang trabaho para may kaunting credibilidad."
Jim tweeted, "We pay people like them for this? Grabe na to."
Also actor-host Ogie Diaz, radio DJ Mo Twister, comedienne Ethel Booba, and actress Chai Fonacier expressed their disapproval.
"Ganito pala kababaw ang Federalismo. Nakakalungkot pala... Ang cheap-cheap na ng politics ngayon, kalokah" said Ogie in a Facebook post.
"Hihintayin pa yata ni Mocha na si PDuterte ang aako ng kasalanan niya at mag-sorry para sa kanya. #MahiyaDinSana" added Ogie.
Mo Twister slammed Olivar over his actions while Fonacier said Uson only in it "for money."
Ethel Booba joked about the P90 million budget reportedly intended for the Palace's federalism information drive.
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