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Michael Pacquiao Reveals The Pros and Cons Of Being A “Pacquiao”

What are the pros and cons of being a “Pacquiao” according to Michael Pacquiao, the son of the boxing legend?

MICHAEL PACQUIAO – Young artist and rapper Michael Pacquiao opened up about the pros and cons of being a “Pacquiao”, one of the richest in the Philippines.

In the Philippines, when it comes to boxing, one name can instantly get inside the head of people and that is the world champion Manny Pacquiao. Aside from being a boxing legend, he is also a senator who has done so much for the country amid the pandemic.

His story from rags to riches is not a secret to many people. This is which is why he and his family were admired for being humble and kind-hearted to anyone. According to them, they know what it’s like to have nothing which is why they try to reach and help as many people as they can.
Being the wealthy and famous clan that they are, his second child, Michael Pacquiao, a rising rapper and artist, opened up about being a “Pacquiao”.

According to a report from PEP, he can accordingly think of a lot of pros and cons about being a “Pacquiao”. For one con, what he find it hard to do is to go out and shop. He wanted to shop like how normal people do but since he has come from a very influential family, he needs body guard around him.

But one pro he actually liked is their capability to give back and to help other people. He shared, “You can inspire, I guess, motivate others, as well. Like what my dad is doing. He gives back, donate… stuff like that. He helps the poor. That’s a motivation and inspiration to a lot of people.”

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