Mocha Uson Allegedly Receives P300K Monthly Income from Twinmark Media
MOCHA USON – Singer and blogger Mocha Uson allegedly receive a monthly income of P300,000 from the Twinmark Media.
Esther Margaux Justiniano Uson or better known as Mocha Uson is a Filipina model, singer,
She previously worked as singer-dancer in Metro Manila bars and later formed the all-girl group “Mocha Girls” in 2006.
In 2017, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte appointed Mocha Uson as the assistant secretary of the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO).
Her job was to handle the social media department of the office. Following a previous article, after a year and five months, she resigned as the PCOO assistant secretary due to controversies around the workplace.
Meanwhile, Mocha Uson is once again facing another controversy regarding her alleged income from the Twinmark Media.
The company Twinmark Media is the company behind the Trending News Portal (TNP) that specializes in entertainment and viral stories on the internet.
Based on a report from Makabansa, Mocha Uson was earning the amount of P300,000 per month from the Twinmark Media.
Tech blogger James De Guia shared a post revealing that Mocha was receiving that amount of cash from that company by sharing articles from TNT since 2016.
According to the report, Mocha Uson has around 5 million followers that would easily get interested on her every post.
On a now deleted post of James De Guia, he stated that Mocha earns P300,000 per month. He strongly believed that Mocha was making money from her followers.
“It simply means pinagkikitaan ni Mocha Uson and mga followers niya,” James said.
Based on the report, the Facebook’s Head of Cybersecurity Policy, Nathaniel Gleicher, previously announced that the Twinmark Media Enterprise has violated their policies repeatedly that is why it is now banned.
“This organization has repeatedly violated our misrepresentation and spam policies — including through coordinated inauthentic behavior, the use of fake accounts, leading people to ad farms, and selling access to Facebook Pages to artificially increase distribution and generate profit”
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