Jinkee Pacquiao has another blow against her bashers
Socialite Jinkee Pacquiao posted another witty answers to people who are criticizing the luxury items that she is showcasing on her social media.
From their struggles back in the days when boxer-politician Manny Pacquiao was still starting a career in boxing, he and Jinkee went through a lot of hardships. In a previous interview Jinkee revealed that they used to borrow money from their “ninang” in order to have something to spend for his training.
From that humble beginning, the couple has started living a wealthy life when the boxing champ became successful. Aside from bringing pride to the Philippines, Manny and his family also blessed with material blessings because of his boxing career.
A glimpse of their wealth can be seen on social media. Jinkee Paquiao shared a lot of posts showcasing their travel here in the country and abroad, their luxurious house or houses, and the branded things they own.
With this display of wealth, not all people would say nice things to the socialite and they were those who criticized her and accused her of showing off what she has in the middle of the crisis that the world is experiencing right now.
Following the criticism that the socialite received from entertainment reporter Cristy Fermin regarding her OOTD during the fight of his husband with Yordenis Ugas, she shared a post about being jealous. There had been instances in the past in which netizens would notice the luxurious outfit or accessories of Jinkee.
Just recently, the wife of the Senator shared another witty post that seemed to be intended to those who are computing the prices of what she is wearing, based on the article in The Latest Chika. She shared a photo with a Fendi carpet, one of the popular luxury brands, wth this caption: ““Basi apilon napud ug compute ang carpet kay Fendi ra ba! (laughing emojis). (Baka na naman isama sa pag-compute ang carpet kasi Fendi ito).”
She added that it is just a joke and the carpet belongs to their neighbor as she said, “Joke lang po! sa silingan lang ra ba ni! (Sa kapitbahay po ito).”
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