Satirical Account 'Superficial Gazette' Got Suspended On Twitter

Their Facebook account is still active, though.
PHOTO: Facebook/Superficial Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines

ICYMI, the Superficial Gazette was created as a satirical account of the Official Gazette after the latter posted a commemoration of former president Ferdinand Marcos’ birthday over the weekend.

The post was seen by most netizens as "historical revisionism" and this prompted the Presidential Communications Office to take it down and re-upload it with complete facts.

On September 13, however, the satirical platform announced that their Twitter account got suspended. 

“For a currently unknown reason, our Twitter account (@SuperficialGZT) was suspended earlier this afternoon. While we sort this out, we shall continue to continue on Facebook.” Here's their full, official statement:

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