Ogie Diaz slams Jay Sonza for ‘ugly’ remark on Maria Ressa: ‘Wala yatang salamin, pahiramin’
Ogie Diaz called out former broadcaster Jay Sonza for the latter’s “ubod ng pangit” (extremely ugly) remark on Rappler CEO Maria Ressa.
Diaz said Sonza has no right to call others ugly, referring to a screenshot of Sonza’s Facebook post shared by @PinoyAkoBlog the day before.
“Si Jay Sonza, wala yatang salamin sa bahay,” he quipped via Twitter last Tuesday, Nov. 12. “Pahiramin nyo nga ang lolo nyo para mapagtanto niyang wala siyang karapatang magsabi na pangit ang kapwa niya.”
(Maybe Jay Sonza does not have a mirror in his house. Lend your grandpa one so he can realize that he does not have the right to call others ugly.)
Si Jay Sonza, wala yatang salamin sa bahay. Pahiramin nyo nga ang lolo nyo para mapagtanto niyang wala siyang karapatang magsabi na pangit ang kapwa niya. https://t.co/ZxDW2WC8Ro
— ogie diaz (@ogiediaz) November 11, 2019
Sonza took a jab at the Rappler CEO by insulting her looks, and even using a Filipino slur for “lesbian” in an attempt to attack Ressa on Monday, Nov.11.
“Maria Ressa – inis siya sa pagmumukha niyang ubod ng pangit. feeling niya nasa war zone siya araw-araw dahil sa Pilipinas halos lahat ng makasalubong Niya magaganda,” he said. “She is actually at war with her self-inflicted failures in life. may face siya pero ngetpa. may p*kp*k siya pero tiburcio siya. Si Maria Ressa ang nilalang na ipinaglihi sa sama ng loob.”
(Maria Ressa, she is angry at her extremely ugly face. She feels as if she is in a war zone every day, because in the Philippines, almost everyone she comes across is beautiful. She is actually at war with her self-inflicted failures in life. She has a face, but an ugly one. She has a vagina but she is a lesbian. Maria Ressa is a creature born out of resentment.)
Maria Ressa – inis siya sa pagmumukha niyang ubod ng pangit. feeling niya nasa war zone siya araw-araw dahil sa…
Sonza’s post came out right after Malacañang accused Ressa of “exaggerating” for saying that the environment for journalists here in the country is far worse than any war zone. JB
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