Mo Twister calls out Jinggoy's son on Ferrari
DJ Mo Twister and 18-year-old showbiz newcomer Julian Estrada. Composite image
Julian Estrada denies owning luxury car in photo
MANILA - Mo Twister isn't done yet.
Over a month after he engaged children of Sen. Jinggoy Estrada in a Twitter catfight, the controversial DJ once again took to Instagram to call out showbiz newcomer Julian Estrada -- this time over a photo of him posing with a Ferrari.
Mo Twister, whose real name is Mohan Gumatay, captioned the photo with a mock guide on "how to properly be a douchebag."
"Step 1: Get a Ferrari and pretend you paid for it. Step 2: Tweet a pic of the key. Step 3: Over the weekend, go to a five 5 star hotel with said Ferrari and Step 4 (most important): clip and dangle the key OUTSIDE of your pants so everyone can see that the key has a Ferrari emblem and we can all pretend to drool in envy that you have a Ferrari instead of our country having a new school setup somewhere people may have needed it. Jules, you are Proper P?o?s?h? Douche," Gumatay said.
Hours after Gumatay posted the photo, the 18-year-old Julian said on Twitter that the Ferrari in the photo is not his.
However, he did not directly address the DJ in his tweet.
Julian said, unedited: "for your information guys the sexy ass ferrari i posted wasnt mine & the key i held was just a lighter. no kiddin (: just to let u guys know"
Gumatay also claimed he has since been blocked by Julian on Twitter.
"Why did you block me, bro?" he said in a tweet tagging the actor's account.
In July, Gumatay criticized Julian for his alleged habitual use of "nigga" or "nigger" -- a contemptuous term for a black or dark-skinned person -- on his Twitter timeline.
This came days after the DJ argued with both Julian and his older sister, Janella, in relation to their father being tagged in the pork barrel scam.