Rhian Ramos and Mo Twister’s Intimate Moments Recorded on Video Go Viral


Rhian Ramos and Mo Twister

Just a month after the controversial video of Mo Twister that caused Rhian’s camp to file charges against the TV-host, another video of Rhian Ramos and Mo Twister is circulating in the internet. This time, the video shows the ex-couple having some intimate moments on the bed.

The ex-couple seems very much in love as the video shows the evidence of the couple exchanging sweet nothings to one another.

As seen in the video, Rhian sits on top of Mo Twister while they are videotaping themselves using Rhian’s computer.

In the video, Mo says, “Hi, this is me…this is my girlfriend…this is her computer…”

Rhian exchanges sweet words with Mo and openly tells her ex-bf that she loves him.

“Baby, I love you…” Rhian says to Mo.

Mo replies saying, “…and your sexy body”

The scenes in the video show Rhian and Mo kissing and caressing each other affectionately while they are recording themselves having some intimate moments at a private room.

Meanwhile, there is still no statement from both parties regarding the said video. It is not yet known how the video got into the social networking media. It’s definitely another devastating moment for actress Rhian Ramos as the video is becoming widespread all over Youtube and other websites.


Mo Twister Final Statement on Leaked Video

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Mo Twister; photo credits: showbiz-portal.com

Mo Twister revealed in a radio interview  that he was traumatized by the leaked video which he recorded himself as some sort of a personal diary of his anxieties over their (he and ex-gf Rhian Ramos) decision to resort to abortion.

In his statement aired at Showbiz Rampa last December 4, Sunday, he said:

“I’m saddened about the rumors of its upload.

“Most of all, I’m ashamed at myself for the loss of our child.

“It was something I never wanted to happen.”

Mo also expressed his disappointment over his ex-gf’s manager saying,

“It has hurt me almost as much as the deed itself…

“When I went to them to seek their help and comfort, all the focus was put on her career and her body image.

“I was told that the baby wasn’t even a baby, even though I was present during the ultra sound, heard the heartbeat of our 3 ½ month old child, saw it being formed into a young human being.

“I was even more shocked when she was being referred to as a ‘brand’…”

According to Mo, the reason why he made the video was to have “a memento of this tragic event…”

“…it should never happen again,” Mo said as he expressed his views

“It was meant for me to always remind myself that we paid an enormous sacrifice for this job and this relationship.”

He also said, “They thought a lawyer was needed to aid in our breakup, that I was asked to surrender all of this ‘proof’ to them for it to be destroyed.

“I naturally gave in to their request, because for the second time, I chose my girlfriend over the memory of our child.

“I specifically asked them to not destroy it, to please return it to me 50 years from now when all this showbiz priorities and ‘branding’ wouldn’t mean so much anymore.

“Along with my files, they took my computer and erased it in front of me.

“This was all documented by her legal staff.”

“This decision to have an abortion was not something the network instructed us to do.”

“that our rollercoaster relationship ended the way it did.”

In Mo’s final statement, he said, “I will never, ever agree to take the life of a child again.

“It doesn’t matter if it isn’t my body or my choice.

“I will not be put against the wall again.

“I should have stood my ground, fought harder, delayed it longer, encourage more people to talk her out of it.”

“Until this very day, I love Rhian very much.”

Meanwhile, accordingly, Rhian’s camp is planning to file charges against Mo Twister.

The Right Bad Stuff

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photo credits: Rasmus Lindersson

Have you ever had those moments when something which was totally wrong felt so right? At the back of your mind, you know that you are not supposed to do or engage in things that would harm you and the people around you, and yet you insist on doing it your way. You ignore those little voices whispering into your ears, pleading you to STOP. But, in many cases, you don’t listen. You know and you’re aware of what those little voices are telling you, but you choose to do your own thing, your own way, and with your own assumptions and beliefs.

Have you fallen into a trap where it’s hard to get out, not because you can’t but because there’s something you hold on to and can’t let go? Sometimes, we get so attached with something or someone and that letting go seems so hard. You know you want to set yourself FREE from all the bewildering situations. But, how could that be possible when you just keep on holding on with this thing that gives you happiness even if it means it’s just momentarily and temporarily? It’s a weird feeling of mixed emotions–a psychedelic feeling that you can’t exactly explain what it is. You hate yourself from doing it, from wanting it, from ignoring the consequences. Yet, you don’t seem to mind when you are at a state of getting a dose of your addiction to something or someone.

How come there are moments when some of the BAD STUFF you do feels so RIGHT? Well, you know that it’s wrong, but you just intentionally shut your eyes, cover your ears, and do what you feel like doing however strong your conscience tells you not to let yourself fall into that trap. It leads you to nowhere except that you are caught in a spiral where you just keep on coming back and doing it all over again.

“My soul knows my meat is doing bad things, and is embarrassed. But my meat just keeps right on doing bad, dumb things.” ― Kurt Vonnegut

All Souls Day: A Tribute to the Faithful Departed


While some are looking forward to celebrating Halloween, others are already busy cleaning up the cemeteries. For most catholic Filipinos, November is the month of remembering all the beloved faithful departed.

In the Philippines, a yearly special non-working holiday is especially dedicated in honor of the dead. Some even travel miles just to get home in time for All Souls Day. All Souls Day has somehow become a celebration, a special gathering, and a reunion of families, relatives, and friends in cemeteries where their dearly departed ones are buried. People offer prayers, bring flowers, and light candles as they are part of the whole tradition during this special occasion. Often, it turns out to be a festivity rather than a solemn celebration. People eat, laugh, and reminisce the old times.

Once a year, every November 1st or the 2nd, my family and I visit our close relatives in their graveyards. However, for the past 2 years, I haven’t stayed too long in the cemetery ever since my mother and two sisters left the country and are now permanently settled in the US. But I guess this year, after I take a short visit in my great grandmother‘s tomb, I’d probably be staying a bit longer in my father’s graveyard. It’s my first visit to his tomb for this year’s All Souls Day since he just died few months ago.

Unfortunately, when my father died last July due to a freak accident, my mother and two sisters were not able to personally witness my father’s burial ceremony since they can’t just simply pack their bags and go home to the Philippines. It’s also unfortunate that they won’t be able to visit him this coming All Souls Day, but I am here anyway to pay homage to his grave site.

Maasinhon Trio: Pilipinas Got Talent Season 3 Winner


PGT Season 3 winner Maasinhon Trio

It was an intense evening last night, October 23, at the Ynares Stadium as everyone was anxiously waiting who will be declared as Season 3’s PIlipinas Got Talent winner.

Prior to the result’s night, all three finalists of PGT Season 3 performed their best on stage last Saturday, October 22, in a chance to captivate the Filipino viewers to vote for them via text votes. The Maasinhon Trio, Bringas Brothers, and Khalil Joseph Ramos gave an outstanding performance last Saturday. But it was the group coming from Southern Leyte who bagged this season’s once in a lifetime chance at Pilipinas Got Talent reality contest.

The Maasinhon Trio reigned the stage of the Ynares Stadium in Pasig after the three PGT judges Ai-Ai delas Alas, Kris Aquino, and Freddie M. Garcia announced them as the winner of Pilipinas Got Talent Season 3.

The trio from Southern Leyte took home the grand cash prize worth 2 million pesos. Their winning song “Nais Ko” of Apo Hiking Society placed them in the winning streak ahead of two other remaining finalists in the viewers’ text votes.

Meanwhile, the Result’s Night was also star-studded as some of the country’s talented artists graced the stage with their performances.

Marcelito Pomoy, Season 2 PGT winner, also took the stage with his amazing version of The Prayer, which he sang during his final performance in the PGT Season 2.

“Insanities of Normality”?


A Profound Hatred of Man

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We are often struck with negativity in life–war, conflicts, disputes, anger, hatred, greediness, atrocities, and all the madness that this world has come to witness. I am not cleaning my hands off and saying that I am not guilty of some of these feelings like anger and hatred–these are human emotions that are innate in us. But, I wonder why others tend to go to extremes with these emotions like hating others just for the sake of hating while knowing that these people have done nothing to hurt them–at times, I could not understand why such feelings. Well, it is said that we think, feel, and act differently. Still, it’s hard for me to understand these complexities.

I think it’s really up to us how we handle ourselves in such situations when these emotions occur. However, some take it too hard and allow themselves to be consumed by rage. Have you watched the news on television, listened to the radio, and heard what others are talking about–it’s about the war in Libya and the recent footage of Gadhafi’s death. We thrive in news of war, death, and tragedies.

Locally, not far from my region and just about approximately 1.27 miles away, rebels, who are believed to be connected with the Al-Qaeda, have killed 16 soldiers while others were lucky enough to escape from death. And just recently, days before the celebration of our local feast “The Lady of Pilar”, two bombing incident occurred in two different places. Have all these become part of my life? our lives? Is it a matter of getting used to it? Probably.

Despite all these, we learn to live our lives as if it’s just part of everyday life scenarios–we learn to live, survive, and get used to it. Is this what we call “the insanities of normality”?

I happened to read an article entitled “TOWARDS A PHILOSOPHY OF SUSTAINABILITY”. According to this article, “the “Insanities of Normality ” are such a pervasive, integral and often essential part of our lives and the world at large that it is very difficult recognising them. When we do, it is usually because they are far away or involve other people rather than ourselves. The ones we ourselves are involved in and dependent upon are virtually invisible to us. When we do catch glimpses of them, we use our large “prime-ape” brain to rationalise and justify them. Most relate to the continuing, blind, dumb-animal (Darwinian) struggle for survival and advantage in the “socio-economic environment”, which for modern man has effectively replaced the natural environment, and thus also explains why it is so difficult to see them for what they are.”

coffee, banana, laptop, and Regina Spektor for breakfast


banana, coffee, and laptop for breakfast

I’ts Friday morning again. Days come and go so fast that at the start of the day, you already begin to wonder that’s it’s going to end soon, another break of dawn is coming, and the birth of a new day awaits us–again and again and again…

Before my morning slips away, I might as well enjoy my breakfast with a cup of coffee teamed up with a banana while I do some writing and other stuff online. While doing all these–drinking, munching, and typing, a nice background music from Regina Spektor sets my mood.

Regina Spektor is a very talented music artist–a singer, a songwriter, and a pianist. I think her songs are majestic, her lyrics are captivating, and whenever she writes songs, it’s not always the conventional type of songs we hear from other musicians. I love all her songs. I love her videos. I love her style.

Regina Spektor in concert, Tel Aviv

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