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Mayon ‘tours the world’

By: - Social Media Specialist / @DPauromINQ
/ 02:25 PM January 25, 2018

Netizens descended upon Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Esther Margaux “Mocha” Uson anew, this time making light of her recent gaffe in which she erroneously referred to Mayon Volcano as being situated in Naga City, Camarines Sur instead of its neighboring Albay province.

READ: Mayon is now in Naga – that is, if you listen to Mocha Uson

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Uson later apologized for her mistake even as she slammed critics in a six-minute video uploaded on social media for allegedly placing undue focus on trivial issues instead of matters of national importance.

READ: Mocha Uson apologizes for Mayon location mistake

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Uson’s remarks made the rounds on social media and netizens made fun of this latest boo-boo, creating  memes at the PCOO assistant secretary’s expense.

Facebook user Alveen Alamo Osma’s digitally edited images of Mount Mayon in different locales have been liked and shared thousands of times by netizens.

Since umalis din lang nman ang Mayon at nasa Naga na pala, lubusin na natin ang lakwatsa nya. 😂😁✌🏻✌🏻#MayonAdventure#MayonWorldTour

Posted by Alveen Alamo Osma on Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Posted by Deej Diaz on Wednesday, January 24, 2018

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Posted by Christopher Bella Barundia on Wednesday, January 24, 2018

One Facebook user even joked that the iconic Cagsawa Ruins, which is often photographed with the perfect cone of Mount Mayon in the background, was also being moved to accompany the globetrotting volcano.

haype yan, pati Cagsawa pinalilipat na rin…. ano na tayo nito? 😱😱😱📷 Chie

Posted by Renato Jao on Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Albay is currently on Alert level 4 as Mayon Volcano continued to show significant volcanic activity, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.

TOPICS: mayon, Mocha Uson, Social Media, Volcano
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