Kids of Sen. Jinggoy against Mo Twister in Twitter brawl
It couldn’t be helped when the children of Senator Jinggoy Estrada got involved with controversial DJ Mo Twister after criticizing one of their siblings and their father, who is now detained after the multibillion-peso pork barrel scam.
Mo Twister, ignited the online feud when he tweeted early Friday asking whether Estrada’s son, Jose Luis "Jolo" Ejercito, has a Twitter account so he can "cyber-bully him."
A newbie to showbiz, Julian Emilio, another of Sen. Estrada’s four children with wife Precy Vitug, responded to Gumatay minutes following his tweet about Jolo. "Be professional you douche," Julian told the DJ.
Mo, seemingly recognizes Julian to be one of Estrada’s children, he responded: "The f****** irony from you. The ‘profession’ is to not steal. To help the less fortunate instead of making them lesser fortunate."
Gumatay also noted Julian for using the word "professional," saying that they don’t work together. The 18-year-old, in his last tweet addressing Gumatay, asked if the DJ "even [knows] the whole story."
Mo identified Julian as the other guy with Jolo in a viral photo snapped inside what appears to be a private jet. The controversial pic was only a part of a blog post detailing Jolo’s alleged "lavish lifestyle" in pictures.
The blog post, also revealed a photo of a diplomatic passport supposedly under Jolo’s name, spread online following Sen. Estrada’s surrender last month.
The exchange made San Juan Councilor Janella "Jel" Ejercito tweet Mo. Sen. Estrada’s daughter also brought it to her social media accounts to answer Gumatay, saying the DJ is already too old to be instigating fights on social media. Jel also made fun of the DJ’s effort for his supposed effort to get attention with his tweets.
In an Instagram post showing screenshots of Gumatay’s tweets, Jel said: "Nakakaawa. Don’t add salt to the wound. We sincerely pitied you when there was a ‘leaked’ video of you crying about Rhian Ramos having an abortion and you didn’t hear anything from us.
"But I guess people like you do not deserve any amount of kindness because you think that being controversial in terms of being rude to other people makes you marketable. Now, we pity you even more."
Jel said Gumatay never to call any of her brothers "bobo." Mentioning once again that the DJ is supposedly no longer popular, Jel added: "Kung mayroon [mang bobo], siguro ikaw na po yun dahil ginagamit mo ang laos mong kasikatan sa pamamagitan ng paninira sa ibang tao without even knowing the truth about anything at tuluyang naniniwala sa haka haka."
However, her posts are no longer viewable on Instagram, the post was still visible on Jel’s official Facebook page. In her Twitter account, which she also used to answer Gumatay, also appears to have been deleted.
Although Jel’s tweets are no longer accessible, screenshots of her tweets with Gumatay have already made the rounds online.
Answering to Jel saying the focus of her Instagram post was Gumatay’s "hostile behavior," the DJ mentioned Sen. Estrada and "the money he stole."
Mo added that Jel should "educate" her brother Jolo, pointing once again to the controversial photos of his lifestyle. "I know he’s not a politician but that’s the people’s money on his feet," he said.
Jel answered: "Unjustified claims. No court has convicted him of any crimes. People post these types of photos everyday. People overly judge."
The DJ sent a link to Jel to a page explaining Republic Act 6713 or the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees, adding that the Act also applies to her brothers.
"Are you really educating me?" Jel answered. "I didn’t know you’re a teacher. Haha! Good luck with your life, big mouth! God bless you."
Reminding her about the 2007 plunder conviction and the pardon of Sen. Estrada’s father, former president and now Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada, Gumatay said "would be nice to have educated politicians. But hey, if it weren’t for Pres pardon, both daddy and lolo would be bonding right now."