Maybe it was that post about Vico Sotto. Or maybe people are just really really sick of fake news.
But on March 20, netizens made plans to report Mocha Uson’s Facebook page Mocha Uson Blog and her Twitter account at 8 p.m., calling it the #MochaUsonIsOverParty. Many urged their friends to do the same, even posting tutorials on how to report the accounts.
Uson caught wind of the party she had not been invited to, calling the netizens who were taking a stand “trolls.”
And when the clock struck 8, the page had disappeared.
And the party went on, with people getting busy reporting other pages related to Uson.
Someone brought snacks.
Then, like a zombie from “Kingdom,” the Mocha Uson Blog was up again.
And people went back to reporting the page.
The party is not over.
According to netizens, the #MochaUsonIsOverParty is happening every day at 8 p.m.