Ogie's reaction was triggered by Mocha Uson's video blog update from last Friday where the former sexy actress called out ABS-CBN for allegedly abusing the SPG rating for two of their shows. Mocha talked about a few scenes from two Kapamilya shows which she deems to be inappropriate for television but was apparently given air time last week. Mocha was referring to the pilot episode of the afternoon tv drama, 'The Better Half', and an episode of 'Ipaglaban Mo'.
Mocha stated that her followers brought up complaints about the two shows due to its alleged sexual content. 'The Better Half' apparently showed some prolonged bed scenes on its pilot episode which raised the eyebrows of many viewers. On the other hand, the reality-based crime drama, 'Ipaglaban Mo' showed what viewers believe to be rape scenes that were a little too graphic for daytime television.
In her video blog update from Friday, Mocha aired her concerns regarding the two shows. She also accused ABS-CBN of abusing MTRCB's SPG rating after finding out that the controversial episode of 'Ipaglaban Mo' was not subjected to a review before being aired on TV.
"Yung Strong Parental Guidance, ginagamit ito para makalusot yung mga malalaswang eksena," said the recently appointed MTRCB board member and former sex columnist.
A few days after Mocha's video blog update was posted, Ogie Diaz came out with his comments and complaints about the former sexy star's statements against his home tv network.
According to pep.ph, Ogie found out that Mocha airs her complaints to the public before bringing them up as a formal complaint to the new MTRCB chairman. Ogie pointed out that Mocha was a little too hasty in putting out her concerns on social media. Ogie said that Mocha's job as an MTRCB board member was to raise her concerns with the board and chairman first.
Ogie had the following to say to Mocha Uson:
"Sana, MTRCB Chairmanship ang hiningi mo, teh, hindi pagiging board member. Para magawa mo yung gusto mo.
Ikaw naman. Sa Monday pa pala ang meeting mo, nagsumbong ka na agad sa taumbayan.
Sana, tinapos mo muna ang meeting, tapos, pag walang nangyari sa meeting mo sa MTRCB board eh saka ka mag-report sa taumbayan.
Saka ikaw naman. Nalaman ko, hindi ka um-attend ng board meeting para i-explain sa newly appointed board members ang classification and review at yung sinasabi mong SPG, at pag andun ka naman, hindi ka naman daw vocal sa mga concerns mo, kaya ba't sa taumbayan mo inilalatag ang hinaing mo, ba't hindi sa board?
Alam mo, Mocha. Mas masarap magsumbong kung may sapat kang dahilan at mga hawak na records o ebidensiya ng sinasabi mong malalaswang eksena para mabigyan mo ng chance ang publiko na husgahan ang mga eksena at kung dapat ka nilang ayunan sa ipinaglalaban mo.
Saka ako honestly, naiintindihan ko ang marubdob mong pagnanasa ng pagbabago.
Pero teh, aralin mo muna ang posisyong pinasok mo, hindi yung sumbong ka na lang nang sumbong sa taumbayan ng mga reklamo mo na akala mo, inaapi ka ng 29 board members.
I-translate mo yang mga reklamo mo sa pagkilos kung gusto mo talaga ng tunay na pagbabago. Ganun dapat.
Ayaw mo ng malalaswang eksena, di ba? Walang problema, teh. Kakampi mo ako diyan sa adhikain mo.
So papayagan mo ba ang mga pagmumura o cursing sa teleserye basta wag lang malaswa ang mga inaarte ng mga karakter?"
Ogie ended his message to Mocha with a challenge:
“Hihintayin ko ang paliwanag mo dito, teh, ha?
“At pag na-gets ko ang point mo, Mocha, promise, magbi-video ako para humingi ng sorry sa yo.”
Ogie's comments were posted on Facebook, the same social media site that Mocha Uson used to air her concerns.
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SOURCE ► TNP