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C. de Oro journalist’s FB post angers Paolo Duterte

/ 03:08 PM March 15, 2019

DAVAO CITY – A Facebook post by a Cagayan de Oro journalist regarding the recently released narcolist drew the ire of presidential son and former Davao City vice mayor Paolo Duterte on Friday.

The younger Duterte was reacting to the post by Businessweek Mindanao editor Nelson Constantino, who shared a Rappler report on his Facebook wall about the alleged narco-politicians that President Duterte disclosed in Davao City on Thursday ahead of the May 2019 polls.

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“Maniniwala kami sayo kapag kasama sa listahan sarili mong anak na si Pulong,” Constantino wrote.

(We will only believe you if the list would include your son Pulong. Otherwise, you are just employing dirty tactics to get what you want)

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He was referring to former vice mayor Paolo, whose name had earlier been dragged in the P6.4-billion worth of illegal drugs that slipped through the Bureau of Customs in 2017.

“Obviously he won’t include himself,” Constantino wrote in his comment, still referring to Paolo, who was earlier subjected to an investigation in Congress.

“Mr. Constantino, please produce your evidence that I am involved in illegal drugs. Wag kang dada para sumikat ha!” Duterte wrote on Facebook Friday.

(Don’t just talk there, if you want to be famous). See you in court.)

“F… you, pareha ra mo ni Trillanes puro satsat, so puwede ko rin sabihin nanay ninyo ni Trillanes burikat?” he added.

(F…you. You’re just like Trillanes, you’re all words, so, can I also say, both your mothers are prostitutes.)

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