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Talent manager admits organizing Mocha Uson show, others at NBP

/ 06:33 PM October 10, 2016
Reynante Diaz

CONGRESS HEARING – DRUG TRADE / OCTOBER 10, 2016. Talent manager of Herbert Colangco Reynante Diaz testifies before the Congress’ Committee on Justice on drug trade inside National Bilibid Prison in House of Representatives, Quezon City. INQUIRER PHOTO / RICHARD A. REYES

The talent manager of robbery convict Herbert Colanggo admitted organizing events inside the New Bilibid Prison that featured famous performers, such as Mocha Uson, Jennifer Lee of Viva Hot Babes, among others.

Reynante Diaz admitted this during the last day of the House of Representatives inquiry in aid of legislation into the proliferation of drugs at the Bilibid.

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Mocha Uson is a vocal supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs.

READ: Mocha Uson explains dance group’s performance in Bilibid prison

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Diaz admitted he also organized events inside Bilibid of other performers such as Shamrock and Siakol.

Diaz said he also brought in sex workers who mingled with guests to sneak them into the prison facility.

Diaz also said Colanggo gave  P1.2 million to former Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) director Franklin Bucayu through his alleged bagman Col. Eli to sneak in alcohol inside Bilibid.

READ: Ex-BuCor chief: I didn’t get a centavo in NBP ‘drug trade’

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