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Now that revelations of Pinoy Ako Blog articles “boosted” on Facebook using funds provided by Kris Aquino are a runaway train, it is worth looking back to the close of 2017, when Jover Laurio was awarded “Person of the Year” by the Philippine Daily Inquirer. In 2017, a huge battle was fought by Filipino soldiers…

Read More 2017 “Person of the Year” awarded to @PinoyAkoBlog by @Inquirerdotnet in hindsight following #PABoost-gate

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Motoring TV personality and blogger James Deakin who was a victim of a vicious online attack by Jover Laurio is calling on mainstream media to rectify damage done to his reputation. In the Facebook post where he made the call, Deakin even hinted that there is enough material for a proper lawsuit against Laurio… But…

Read More Jover Laurio’s #PABoostNga victim James Deakin (@jdeakin72) urges media to call out @PinoyAkoBlog dishonesty!

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What’s wrong with accepting funding? Accepting funding is not “evil”. What is wrong with what Jover Laurio did was she was not transparent about it. She should have informed her readers that her blogs are being sponsored by Kris Aquino. Instead she had the nerve to accuse others of being paid. No, we should not…

Read More Jover Laurio not being TRANSPARENT about Kris Aquino’s funding of @PinoyAkoBlog is dishonest!

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I found it kind of strange that the retired Editor-in-Chief of the venerable Philippine Daily Inquirer would issue a public greeting to Yellowtard blogger Jover Laurio referring to her coming wedding knowing full well that a public tweet is fair game for anyone to respond to. So I thought I’d do just that and respond…

Read More I requested Inquirer editor @jnery_newsstand to comment on the @PinoyAkoBlog #PABoostNga circus, but he couldn’t be bothered to respond

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The latest leaked screenshots from behind the Yellow Curtain reveal that an astounding 18,000 pesos was spent on a Pinoy Ako Blog Facebook campaign to attack James Deakin! The attack was likely so ferocious and the results of the funded campaign so effective that Deakin was forced to apologise to — surprise, surprise — none…

Read More Php18,000 spent to fund @PinoyAkoBlog ATTACK on James Deakin!