Mike Hanopol Slams Manny Pacquiao After His Talent Fee was Allegedly Not Paid
MIKE HANOPOL – Filipino rock icon air dismay to Senator Manny Pacman Pacquiao over alleged unpaid talent fee after writing a song.
On Facebook, the Filipino musician shares a post denouncing the Philippines’ boxing pride’s insensitive act. Pacquiao allegedly used him but did not compensate him for his efforts, according to his post.
“Sabi Pacman gusto nya makatulong di Importante ang pera sa kanya e bakit ayaw mo ako bayaran,” Hanopol wrote.
He claimed that the boxer-turned-politician asked him to write Hebrew songs because Pacquiao is Jewish and studied the religion as well as the Hebrew language. The famous boxer is a supporter of Jews and has started reciting blessings in Hebrew.
Pacquiao, however, did not compensate Hanopol for his struggle by having a few Hebrew songs written for him. He claimed that he spent money on a studio and hired a musician to complete his request.
“Nagpagawa ka ng hebrew songs sa akin i spend money on studio and musician di mo naman ako binayaran,” he stressed.
Hanopol then blasted Pacquiao’s claim that he isn’t interested in money and rather wants to help people. The singer laments, “san ang tulong na sinasabi mo di ka na naawa matanda na ako niloko mo pa ako.”
Hanopol previously survived from the threat of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) after he tested positive with the virus. Hanopol is photographed lying in a bed with oxygen linked to his face.
Hanopol is a former bass guitarist for the Juan de la Cruz Band and a Filipino rock singer, guitarist, and recording artist. Together with Pepe Smith and Wally Gonzales, he was a pioneer of rock music in the Philippines throughout the 1970s.
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