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Controversial internet personality Jam Magno had this statement after being banned on TikTok

 

Jam Magno has just been banned from TikTok permanently.

Thereafter, Twitter followed suit and likewise issued a ban against the influencer.

 

 

Magno, who has over 500,000 followers on her TikTok is unsearchable on Wednesday, May 19.

 

 

However, Magno is unfazed as she wrote:

‘Let me remind you that being banned on Tiktok is NOT new to me and I came back from it before. I am still going to [go] Live regardless and being declared PNG [persona non grata] even more so,” the vlogger said, referring to a TikTok Live session with lawyer Bruce Rivera.

 

 

“You have got to do better than that losers. Hahahaha. Pildi na Bugo pa (Not only losers, but stupid too),” she added.

 

 

Magno also is not afraid of her persona non grata tag from Iloilo city over her comments with Miss Universe Philippines Rabiya Mateo.

 

 

The local government of Iloilo has also moved to declare her as persona non grata.

After criticizing Mateo’s performance in the 69th Miss Universe.

 

 

Meanwhile, netizens were loving Magno’s removal on TikTok as they share the good news on Twitter.

 

 

Other Netizens mockingly congratulated Magno for getting banned.

 

 

Jam Magno did not reveal the reason why she was banned “once again” on TikTok.

 

 

But based on some reports that it is for committing “multiple violations of Community Guidelines.”

 

 

Before getting banned on TikTok, Magno celebrated the loss of Miss Universe Philippines Rabiya Mateo, who finished Top 21 in the recently concluded Miss Universe beauty pageant on May 17.

 

 

In one of her TikTok videos, she cheerfully said, “Good morning, Philippines! Good morning, universe. How are we today? Are your bets in the top 10 or top 5?”

 

 

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