VIRAL NOW: Netizen reacts to PDI alleged 'fake news'

Print media giant Philippine Daily Inquirer is suspected to publish a fake news about drug queen's daughter being protected by SAF and PSG members.


The news said authorities who raided the home of the daughter of convicted drug queen, Yu Yuk Lai has one guard from the police's elite special Action Force and another from the Presidential Security Group.

Kris Caandoy on the other hand convicted that the news outlet news' is classified as fake one.

In his recent Facebook post, Caandoy claimed it was fake and Inquirer simply edited the article.

'YET ANOTHER FAKE NEWS BY THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA. Ayon sa Inquirer, PNP-SAF and Presidential Security Group (PSG) daw ang bodyguards ng anak ng isang "drug queen". Apparently, it was fake news. And Inquirer simply edited the article. No public erratum whatsoever, despite the fact that the fake news has already been shared all over Facebook," said Caandoy's post..

The netizen pointed out that mainstream media committed too much disgrace already especially that people only wanted the truth.

"Mainstream media, isn't this too much already? Your readers take your reports as gospel truth, because you are professionals and are supposed to have verified everything thoroughly. You're not shady, fly-by-night bloggers, you sick freaks. What say you, Mr. Harry Roque?" he added.

As to this writing, his post has already generated 1500 different reactions from netizens.

Below is Caandoy's full Facebook post: