In a 27-minute video, Uson said she was hopeful that her blog would remain online yet she wanted to take the opportunity to say goodbye, just in case.
“Baka ito na yung huli nating livestreaming dahil hindi natin alam baka magtagumpay sila sa kanilang petition na i-suspend ang page na ito... Sana hindi ito ang ating last goodbye,” she said.
Uson also expressed concern over the effort other groups or individuals are exerting to silence her.
“Ang medyo kinaiinisan ko lang po ay tayo ay pinapatahimik na,” she said adding there have been failed attempts by her critics to discredit her.
Aside from this, she called out some media outfits and personalities like the Inquirer, former presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda and Rappler CEO Maria Ressa.
“Pag tinawag niyo kaming tanga, bobo dahil sabi niyo freedom of expression niyo yun siyempre kami po masasaktan kami... Tapos kapag kami naman ang nag-react sasabihin ninyo cyber-bullying naman,” she said.
So far, the “Suspend Mocha Uson Blog Facebook Page” petition has reached 30,446 of the needed 35,000 signatures. It will then be delivered to Facebook once they reach their target.