Home / Politics / MARIA RESSA Apologizes for calling MOCHA USON, CAYETANO, and AGUIRRE ‘DOGS’

 

When all else fails, compromise is unavoidable,” this must be the call to war of all Rapplers out there.

They, drove by their originator and CEO Maria Ressa, are getting to be distinctly edgy for over and over neglecting to contain Duterte’s rising popularity.

For the most recent 6 months, Rappler’s engagements on informal organizations and site activity have kept on plunging. They have been losing readership (followers) and cash.

As indicated by appraisals (unverified in light of the fact that Rappler is excessively embarrassed, making it impossible to openly discharge their actual numbers – so bring these numbers with a grain of salt), Rappler has lost an aggregate of around 7 million adherents since many gatherings started battles to unfollow the social news network.

That must be the place the distress roots from.

Earlier today, Rappler did what others didn’t anticipate. Be that as it may, not me, I’ve seen it coming. It’s simply an issue of time when they at last uncover who their supporters are-the general population they staunchly serve.

The GIF above was incorporated into a Rappler post seen at 2:42 PM of 29 Jan 2017. The GIF was joined by an inscription, composed by Rappler, that reads:

Those born in the year of the dog are said to be faithful and loyal. They’re also intenseful (sic) defensive with friends and family. Says a lot about dogs MOCHA USON BLOG, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre, and Senator Alan Peter Cayetano.

La Salle Professor Antonio Contreras said:

No decent publication claiming to be a legitimate source of news run by people claiming to be veteran journalists would dare put up something like this. Maybe it is true that Rappler has been turned into a trolling center. For there is nothing more appropriate to describe it with this post.

 

About the author: Baroy

 

Baroy loves to travel around the Philippines. He loves gizmos and toys. He is a social media marketing specialist and also a contributor for Cebu and Davao blog.

 

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