This Wednesday during the airing of "Good Times," DJs Mo Twister, Tin Gamboa and Mia Bayuga started the Twitter hashtag #charicepempengcosxtape. The said hashtag was picked up by the listeners of Magic 89.9 then trended in Twitter Philippines.
After the hashtag trended, there were reports that the camp of Charice are preparing to file charges against Mo Twister and company.
Magic 89.9, the radio station of "Good Times" slapped two weeks of suspension to Mo Twister, Tin Gamboa and Mia Bayuga. In a statement, Magic 89.9 said, “Magic 89.9 does not condone what happened this morning, May 9, 2012 on GoodTimes...the DJs involved shall be suspended from boardwork for two weeks without pay as consequence of their actions.”
Mo Twister and the two DJs have apologized to Charice via Twitter. In a public apology aired on Thursday, Mo Twister said, "We were trying to be competitive with other radio shows. The focus of our mind was let's trend, like let's beat them because it's competition... that was on our mind... It's so stupid because in our 'greediness' to be popular on Twitter we forgot... who's gonna get hurt. After the all we high-five each other and 'yeah men, we trend it' and we go 'oh my God, it's so stupid.'
"So we apologize a million times, to your fans... the people behind her career at all aspects, Philippines, abroad. Everyone abroad, who listens to our show because she's international star, again a million, million apology for that.”
Mo Twister also added that he personally called Charice and apologized.