Michael Pacquiao, tumanggap ng bagong malalim na mensahe mula kay Jason Dhakal

Michael Pacquiao, tumanggap ng bagong malalim na mensahe mula kay Jason Dhakal

- Michael Pacquiao drew positive reviews when he released his rap song, “Hate,” but also drew some criticisms, most notably from R&B singer Jason Dhakal

- For this reason, Jason got heavily bashed on social media and got accused of being jealous of Michael

- Jason released another statement on the matter, apologizing for putting Michael in a bad light with his comments

- He added that he does not regret the important conversations on the matter that have risen due to his controversial tweets

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Michael Pacquiao, tumanggap ng bagong malalim na mensahe mula kay Jason Dhakal

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Michael Pacquiao, son of Senator Manny Pacquiao, drew positive reviews when he released his rap song, “Hate,” but also drew some criticisms, most notably from R&B singer Jason Dhakal.

Jason expressed his frustration that even if they have mediocre talent, children of famous celebrities get more spotlight than ordinary artists.

After posting his sentiments, Jason got heavily bashed on social media and got accused of being jealous of Michael.

Finally, Jason released another statement on the matter, apologizing for putting Michael in a bad light with his comments.

However, he said that he does not regret the important conversations on the matter that have risen due to his controversial tweets.

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“Sometime ago, I expressed my frustration towards my experience in the industry I move in, I was coming from a place of impulse and feelings.
“I regret that I singled out an artist and unintentionally portrayed them into a bad light, even though it was never my intention to do that, I understand how it can be taken that way. For that I am sorry.
“Still, I don’t regret the conversations my tweet has opened up as it is now much bigger than me.
“To end, thank you for the kind words! To every artist / creative that spoke up to defend me / your views I am so grateful for your public support and I am sorry if hate has been thrown your way as well. To my listeners, friends and family, thank you for being there for me,” Jason tweeted.

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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 family and friends attended the special event.

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