- Michael Pacquiao received a lot of praise after releasing his hip-hop song “Hate” and performing the said song on Wish 107.5
- His rap skills were also criticized by some people, including R&B artist Jason Dhakal
- Manny Pacquiao’s son issued a challenge to Jason on Twitter after learning about his rant
- He challenged Jason to a “king of the court” game, wherein the winner gets all the credit
Michael Pacquiao, son of Manny Pacquiao, received a lot of praise after releasing his hip-hop song “Hate” and performing the said song on Wish 107.5.
However, Michael’s rap skills were also criticized by some people, including R&B artist Jason Dhakal.
According to Jason, famous people’s children get a lot more opportunities despite having supposedly mediocre talent while artists with no famous parents have to work so much harder and do not get enough attention.
After learning about Jason’s rant, Michael issued a challenge to him on Twitter.
In a now-deleted tweet, Michael challenged Jason to a “king of the court” game, wherein the winner gets all the credit.
“Okay Jason Dhakal, let’s settle this right now. King of the court, 21, winner gets all the credit,” Michael tweeted.
Michael then laughed off all of the netizens who posted intense comments after reading his challenge to Jason.
Michael Pacquiao is one of the children of Sen. Manny Pacquiao and Jinkee Pacquiao. His older brother, Jimuel Pacquiao, also has plans to join show business and is following the footsteps of their father when it comes to boxing.
Previously, many netizens commended the rapping skills of Michael Pacquiao. His video had millions of views already.
He also celebrated his 18th birthday at their luxurious mansion in Makati. His beloved family members and friends attended the event and made the party extra special.
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