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Blogger Francis Baraan IV’s Post About Sen. Manny Pacquiao Catches Netizens’ Attention

FRANCIS BARAAN – Political blogger and human rights advocate Francis Baraan IV slammed Senator Manny Pacquiao over his statements on controversial issues.

The opinion of Sen. Manny Pacquiao, one of the most prominent personalities inside and outside the Philippines, is often asked with regards to certain issues. He is known as a boxing champion before he entered the political arena. In 2016, he won a Senatorial seat.

Based on a report, the husband of Jinkee Pacquiao has earned billions from boxing and has acquired properties inside and outside the country prior to becoming a politician. His recent fight was with Argentinian boxer Lucas Matthysse. His victory made him the New WBA welterweight champion.

Many admire Sen. Manny Pacquiao as a boxer. However, undeniably, with regards to the Senator’s statements on certain controversial issues, there are people who are vocal that they don’t support his stand. One of them is political blogger Francis Baraan IV.

Recently, on his Twitter account, Francis Baraan IV took a post containing the statements of Sen. Manny Pacquiao on certain controversial issues like the death penalty and the EJK. He also stated the Senator’s statement stressing that he is a Christian.

In his post, the political blogger slammed the Senator and tagged him as a “hypocrite”.

Here are some of the comments on Francis Baraan IV’s social media post:

What do you think about it?

Read also the previous article: Manny Pacquiao To Return In Ring By December 2018?

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