Controversial radio host DJ Mo Twister reacted to Say Alonzo's statements in papers and online, saying that she will never guest on his show, Good Times, and play the "Forbidden Questions" game.
In the airing of Good Times this morning, December 13, Mo Twister was obviously irked by Say's statements.
He said, "Listen, Say, you will never be invited in this show because I don't have an idea who the hell you are. You have to be some sort of celebrity to be on the program. You, my dear, do not qualify. Turn around, just sit there and stay pretty."
(Say was described to him by Good Times co-hosts Mojo Jojo and Andi.)
In a news item carried by PEP (Philippine Entertainment Portal) yesterday, December 12, Say defended her ex-Pinoy Big Brother housemate and friend Sam Milby. Sam was called a "closet gay" by Borgy Manotoc and singers Geneva Cruz and Rachel Alejandro in DJ Mo's radio program. Say said Sam is not gay.
On the sexuality issue, Sam was just one of the many names dropped by guests in the program that has generated buzz within and outside the entertainment industry. Others mentioned were Raymond Gutierrez, German Moreno, Erik Santos, and Piolo Pascual.
Say told PEP: "I don't wanna answer some of his [DJ Mo] questions and I don't wanna be used in his radio program! I don't wanna be interviewed by DJ Mo because it's pointless. He's just using the artista to get ratings."
As reply, DJ Mo said in his program: "Isn't it the most big-headed thing you said? Why don't you be first worth guesting on the program? I don't know who you are. I never heard of you. I can walk by the mall next to you, I wouldn't even know you are there."
Aside from Say, celebrities who have vowed not to guest in Mo Twister's radio program are actor-model Polo Ravales, actor Keempee de Leon, and comedian-TV host Joey Marquez.