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Philippines president calls obama “Son of a wh*re”

Dumebi Ifeanyi




Philippines president, Rodrigo Duterte is making headlines all over the world after he reportedly called US president, Barack Obama, a “Son of a wh*re”.

Duterte, who was scheduled to meet with Obama on Tuesday in Laos, where South Asian leaders meet for annual summits, made the rude remark before newsmen on Monday, adding that it would be rude for Obama to ask him questions on human rights.

He said ;

“You must be respectful. Do not just throw away questions and statements. Son of a whore, I will curse you in that forum.The campaign against drugs will continue. Many will die, plenty will be killed until the last pusher is out of the streets.Until the [last] drug manufacturer is killed we will continue.”

Duterte, who won the country’s presidential elections in May, launched a brutal war on drugs which has since claimed the lives of over 2400 suspected drug dealers and users. There have also been several cases of human rights abuse.

Obama learned of the insult as he emerged from the G20 summit in Hangzhou, China. He has since cancelled his meeting with Duterte.

Duterte has also made rude remarks at the UN , US secretary of state,John Kerry and even the pope!

To the UN, he said;

“Fuck you, UN, you can’t even solve the Middle East carnage… couldn’t even lift a finger in Africa… shut up, all of you.”

To Us secretary of state, John Kerry, He said;

“I’m fighting with (US Secretary of State John Kerry’s) ambassador. His gay ambassador, the son of a wh*re. He pissed me off.”

To the Pope, He said:

“It took us five hours to get from the hotel to the airport. I asked who was coming. They said it was the Pope. I wanted to call him. ‘Pope, son of a wh*re, go home. Don’t visit anymore.'”

This Duterte guy has a venomous tongue!

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Updated on February 8, 2019 at 11:56 am