Mo Twister regrets ‘hurting’ Charice, will apologize—report
MANILA, Philippines – Disc jockey Mo Twister and his two fellow DJs regret “hurting” international singing sensation Charice Pempengco and will apologize to her Thursday on their radio program, according to a television report.
Mo, Mohan Gumatay, in real life, Tin Gamboa and Mia Bayuga were suspended without pay for two weeks by the management of Magic 89.9 after Gumatay urged netizens on Twitter to use “sex tape Charice” as a hash tag, which after an hour, became a trending topic on the social networking site.
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