Ogie Diaz To Fake News Spreaders On YouTube: “Huwag niyo naman ho ako e-misquote”

Ogie Diaz to fake news spreaders on YouTube: “Huwag niyo naman ho ako e-misquote”

Filipino comedian and YouTuber Ogie Diaz recently responded to fake news spreaders on YouTube in his latest vlog after getting misquoted in some news articles.

Ogie Diaz

In his latest vlog entitled “GRABE KAYO SA ANAK NI JANELLA!”, Ogie pointed out those fake news spreaders on YouTube and reminded his viewers not to believe in it.

Tandaan niyo ha, yung karamihan na voice over lang, lalo na’t hindi nagpapakilala kung sino ang may ari ng boses na yan, fake news yan. Basta [ang] importante, huwag ho basta-bastang maniniwala sa mga ganyan,” Ogie said.

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Also, Ogie reminded his viewers to listen or to read news articles from credible and reliable sources.

Aside from this, Mama Loi revealed that some of their contents were getting reuploaded in different YouTube channels. Ogie then revealed that he’s getting misquoted in some news articles online.

Ogie then said that he only speaks on his own YouTube channel. He also said that it’s okay for him to use their content, but also reminded not to misquote him.

Aside from this, they also talked about Markus and Janella’s son Baby Jude, Ivana Alawi, and about Ogie who received his first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

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