Radyo Singko anchor DJ Chacha reacts over the report published by the Rappler News Online claiming that she among the social media influencers paid to spread fake news or propaganda.
According to the Rappler report, Czarina Balba or known for her on-air name as DJ Chacha received P30,000 monthly payment since 2017 from Twinmark, a digital marketing firm.
The 33-year-old radio disc jockey, broadcast journalist challenged then the online news website to produce evidence and show proof like receipt in order to establish their claim that she is among those who waged alleged misinformation campaign.
“Hanap kayo resibo na may shinare ako na post or tweet ng paninira sa oposisyon o pagsuporta sa administrasyon. HANAP. Isa isahin niyo,” the radio journalist said.
Rappler also claimed that payment was made through Vidanes Celebrity Marketing (VCM) the artist management agency where the broadcast journalist belongs to.
However, Vidanes noted that they are not involved in any publication of questionable government propaganda because that is not the purpose of their existence. Report also said that the deal was ended when they were asking to share the post which is no longer in line with the image of the anchorwoman.
Upon learning the news published by the Rappler, DJ Chacha denied the issue that she go against the opposition and supported the current administration.
The news report published by the Rappler made DJ Chacha upset for indicating her name in the report. On Twitter, she posted saying they have to produce evidence by showing receipt with her name.
“Bakit kase hindi sinama ni rappler yung resibo saken? Yung ibang stars andun yung propaganda posts daw? Yung saken nasaan?,” she tweeted.