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Mo Twister shares his version of 'symbolism' in response to Mocha Uson.

It seems that DJ Mo Twister is not done yet with his criticism of Mocha Uson over her use of the photo of Honduras soldiers, supposedly symbolizing the Philippine military.

In response to Uson's defense that her posting of the questioned photo was an act of 'symbolism,' Mo Twister poked fun at her claim with his own sarcastic take on the concept of symbolism.

The United States-based DJ posted an intriguing photo on his Twitter account last May 30 as his take on Uson's 'symbolism' argument. In the said photo, Uson was clad in a transparent black see-through top covering only the upper half of her body with a cross stitched on the neck area. The lower half of her body is uncovered, showing her wearing a white underwear, also with a cross mark in front. She is also depicted wearing a black veil while holding a pink 'candle' pointing up to the cross on her neck. The candle is in the appearance of the male reproductive organ.

The photo carried the hashtag #Symbolism.

Netizens have mixed reactions over the photo. Some supported Mo Twister.

Others were against it and called out the controversial DJ.

Uson, before she transformed into the staunch administration supporter that she is now, was once the leader of the sexy girl group Mocha Girls. A few years ago, while still part of the group, she has appeared on Mo Twister's podcast 'Good Times With Mo'.

This is not the first time that the two clashed. Twister has previously called out Uson over her tirades against Vice President Leni Robredo.

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Publication:Philippines Daily Inquirer (Makati City, Philippines)
Date:Jun 1, 2017
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