- Jimuel Pacquiao recently made a video focusing on the assumptions of netizens about him
- He was able to read comments that said he is “suplado” and “mayabang” in person
- The son of Senator Manny Pacquiao responded to the misconceptions about him
- According to Jimuel, everything that he has now is the fruit of his dad’s hardwork
Jimuel Pacquiao did not hesitate to respond to some of the misconceptions of the public about him.
KAMI learned that the prominent son of Senator Manny Pacquiao talked about the said topic through a recently-uploaded video on YouTube.
A social media user fearlessly claimed that the 18-year-old guy seemed to be very snobbish in person.
In response, Jimuel pointed out that he is a shy-type man especially when it comes to meeting and interacting with people that he is not familiar with.
“Siguro people just mistake it talaga na suplado ako. Kasi honestly, I’m just very shy talaga when it comes to meeting new people,” he quipped.
“It takes a while for me to get comfortable with the person. Nagiging madaldal ako pag close ko na. I don’t know what made you think na ganito ako but like hindi talaga ako ganito,” he added.
As he continued with his vlog, Jimuel was able to read a comment that said he always brags about the things that he owns.
At this point, the young celebrity mentioned the name of his dad and he admitted that everything that he owns is actually the fruit of Manny’s hardwork.
“Siguro this is because may videos ako about my car, my shoe collection, and basically how my life is,” he stressed.
“Pero I can tell you guys na I’m not bragging about it talaga kasi I know naman na eveything I have, my dad worked really hard for it. He probably worked his whole life to get what we have now,” he added.
Watch the video below:
In a previous article by KAMI, Jimuel gave his fans and followers a virtual tour inside his room.
Jimuel Pacquiao is the eldest child of Senator Manny Pacquiao and former politician Jinkee Pacquiao. He appears to be following his dad’s footsteps, winning three of his amateur fights.
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