Two videos of varying emotions, have just gone viral and are raking up thousands of views since their uploads within the past few days. Both are emotional in an extreme spectrum, one sad and the other happy.
A video of TV host and DJ Mo Twister recently leaked on YouTube The video depicts an emotional Mo Twister talking to himself about sensitive issues with his ex-girlfriend. Mo Twister denied that he uploaded the video. He explained though that he sold his computer and there is a possibility that someone undeleted the files on the hard drive.
The video was uploaded on a newly created YouTube account named PrettyJenny55 last November 28, 2011. Despite being a new account with only 1 video, the video currently has garnered more than 140K views (as of Dec. 3, 2011 5pm). Just a few hours ago this morning, the video only had 80K views. Although the video was uploaded on Nov. 28, it went viral on Dec. 1. Unfortunately, the video has received more than double the dislikes than likes on YouTube.
|YouTube View stats as of Dec. 3, 2011 5pm|
On a happier note, Coca-cola uploaded a video entitled "Coca-Cola Where Will Happiness Strike Next: The OFW Project." The video is about 3 lucky Overseas Filipino Workers, each who haven't seen their loved ones in years, longing to see their loved ones. Coca-cola chose these 3 Filipinos and gave them a chance to come home to visit and surprise their families. The result is a touching reunion with a feast each family enjoys with a bottle of Coca-cola.
|as of Dec. 3, 2011 1pm|
On twitter (as of Dec. 3, 2011 morning) , 3 Philippine trending topics (Mo Twister, Rhian Ramos and Coca-Cola are related the two videos with Mo Twister still a Philippine trending topic.
Both videos are currently spotted on the Trending section of YouTube Philippines.
Dec. 4 Update: As of Dec. 4, 8am, the Coca-cola video now has a total of 452K views, with an additional 190K views in the past 15 hours. The Mo Twister video also received an additional 130K views in the last 15 hours bringing its total to 270K views. Neither topic are currently trending on Twitter.
Dec. 5 Update: As of Dec. 5, 6am, the Mo Twister video is now up to 385K views. And similar to the way the video was leaked, several YouTube users have also "copied" the video and posted it on their own channel. Regardless of user, the newly spawned videos are receiving thousands of views.
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