Unkabogable star Vice Ganda called out the attention of the news program of TV5 for what he said was fake news. In a now deleted tweet by the news program, Frontline sa Umaga, news anchor Gretchen Ho delivered the story that Vice and actress Marian Rivera made peace recently after an alleged tiff years ago.
Upon seeing the tweet, Vice blew up on his Twitter account demanding accountability for the fake news, denying that he had any issue with the actress.
Ha??????!!!!!!!!!!! San galing ang balitang to?????? Nagkaissue kami? Iringan??!!!!! Pauso! Yuck! Super yuck! Mema???!!! https://t.co/9npq1gilXa— jose marie viceral (@vicegandako) September 1, 2022
Also, hindi ko trip ang emoji mo! May nagjoke po ba? https://t.co/yq0Wtmsr7N— jose marie viceral (@vicegandako) September 1, 2022
“Ha??????!!!!!!!!!!! San galing ang balitang to?????? Nagkaissue kami? Iringan??!!!!! Pauso! Yuck! Super yuck! Mema???!!!,” he tweeted.
Gretchen was quick to reply to the comedian and assured Vice that an investigation will be made on the report. Vice didn’t respond to Gretchen and posted another tweet about the spreading of fake news.
“Super kadiri yung mga balitang mema! Eeeooooowwwwww!!!! Clickbait???!!!! Fake news????!!!! TAE!” Vice shared.
Meanwhile, entertainment reporter MJ Marfori made her presence felt on Twitter as she responded to netizens calling her out as her name was on the teleprompter of the report. MJ shared that the story wasn’t hers at all and she felt the need to clarify it to everyone.
“Also, hindi ko story ito. @vicegandako 😂,” the entertainment reporter tweeted.
Vice was visibly irked with the laughing emoji of MJ and replied to her tweet.
“Hindi ko trip ang emoji mo! May nagjoke po ba,” Vice called her out.
MJ apologized and shared that she was only surprised to be tagged in the story. She added that she didn’t mean to offend the actor-comedian. Vice simply replied with laughing emojis to end the conversation with MJ.
Meanwhile, Vice has denied that he and Marian had any issues in the past.