After some “Pinoy Big Brother” season 10 housemates got so much attention, Kapamilya TV anchor Robi Domingo is now displeased with the country’s school system.
To this day, “PBB” teen housemates are still said to be calling the three martyred priests “GomBurZa” and “MaJoHa.”
The video clip from an episode of the stated Kapamilya reality program, which was initially shared on Twitter on April 10, soon went viral.
Watch teen housemates Kai Espenido and Gabb Skribikin compete in a Big Brother Quiz Bee-style competition in which Robi acts as a “history teacher” here.
The TV host questioned,“ Ang tatlong Catholic priests na sina Mariano Gomez, Jose Burgos, at Jacinto Zamora na hinatulan ng kamatayan noong panahon ng Kastila ay mas kilala sa tawag na ____.” (The three Catholic priests Mariano Gomez, Jose Burgos, and Jacinto Zamora who were sentenced to death during the Spanish period are commonly known as __. ”)
Kai was the first to press the buzzer and her answer was, “MarJo… Hindi, wait lang, nakalimutan ko yung mga apelyido. Wait lang po, mahina po talaga ako sa (history) (“MarJo…” No, just wait, I forgot the last names. Just wait, I’m really weak in (history).
Gab, a former MNL48 member, answer, ” “MarJo… Ay, MaJoHa?” Robi laughed at the two’s responses, “Majoha (mabaho) ba ako? Hindi naman ako majoha.”
Aside from that, Robi questioned to Kai and Gab about Jose Rizal’s nickname. Gab got the correct answer, “Pepe,” but Kai answered, “J. Rizal.”
But Gab slipped again when Robi questioned about the longest bridge in the Philippines, which connects Samar and Leyte. “SLEX!” said the teen housemate.
Then “PBB” became a trending topic #GomBurZa and #MaJoHa went viral, Robi took to Twitter to share his feelings.
“Sa una, nakakatawa pero habang tumatagal, ‘di na nakakatuwa. Sana maging daan ito para makita kung ano ang kakulangan sa sistema ng ating edukasyon,” (“At first, it was funny but as time went on,‘ it’s not funny anymore. I hope this will be a way to see what is lacking in our education system,”) TV host stated along with a challenge to content makers and vloggers to “to battle #MaJoHa.”