Mike Hanopol Denies Politics Involvement on Tirade Against Manny Pacquiao
Filipino rock icon Mike Hanopol denied the involvement of politics when he posts tirade charging Senator Manny Pacquiao on Facebook.
Hanopol clarified, based on Bomboradyo’s report, that he had no political malice in disclosing Senator’s animosity for him to the public. This is in relation to its social media post claiming that the legislator failed to compensate him for the three songs he wrote in 2019.
He claimed that Pacquiao, a former boxer who went on to become a politician, asked him to write Hebrew songs because he supports Jewish and learned both the religion and the Hebrew language. The well-known fighter is a supporter of Jews and has begun chanting Hebrew blessings.
It claims that he is in desperate need of money right now, so he is charging a talent fee as a singer and songwriter. When the deal was made, he was still with Jewish vlogger Drew Binsky. Pacquiao, on the other hand, did not repay Hanopol for his ordeal by commissioning a few Hebrew songs for him.
He claimed that he had invested in a studio and hired a musician to fulfill his request. He stated that the senator will use the song and that he personally spoke with it. It also has no idea why the boxer senator did not pay his bill.
The singer then laments that Pacquiao is very helpful to others and is unconcerned about money, but that he could be compensated for his efforts. He also stated that the tracks have already been delivered to the senator.
Hanopol is a Filipino rock singer, guitarist, and record artist who used to play bass for the Juan de la Cruz Band. He was a pioneer of rock music in the Philippines during the 1970s, with Pepe Smith and Wally Gonzales.
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