DJ Mo Twister suspended over Charice sex tape tweets
MANILA, Philippines – Disc jockey Mo Twister and two others were suspended for two weeks from their radio program for alleged sex tape tweets against international singer Charice.
In a statement Wednesday, Magic 89.9 said they did not condone the actions of Mo, Mohan Gumatay in real life, and his fellow DJs Tin Gamboa and Mia Bayuga in their program “Good Times”.
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