- Jinkee Pacquiao’s twin sister, Janet Jamora, reacted to Manny Pacquiao’s upset loss to Yordenis Ugas
- Janet penned a short but sincere message for her famous brother-in-law
- She expressed her hope that Manny will have a long life
- Jinkee’s sister also told Manny that he is still a champion for her despite losing the WBA welterweight crown to Ugas
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Jinkee Pacquiao’s twin sister, Janet Jamora, took to social media to react to her brother-in-law Manny Pacquiao’s upset loss to Cuban boxer Yordenis Ugas.
KAMI learned that Janet, who attended the fight in Las Vegas, penned a short but sincere message for the fighting senator from the Philippines.
Janet expressed her hope that Manny will have a long life and told him that he is still a champion for her despite losing the WBA welterweight crown to Ugas.
“Mabuhay ka sen Manny. You’re still our champion,” Janet wrote on Instagram. Aside from the heartfelt message, she also uploaded two photos of Manny.
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Popular celebrities such as Vina Morales and Melai Cantiveros posted in the comments section of Janet’s post to tell her that they agree with her post about Manny.
Jinkee Pacquiao is the wife of Senator Manny Pacquiao. Jinkee and the boxing legend have five children – Emmanuel Jr. (Jimuel), Michael Stephen, Mary Divine Grace (Princess), Queen Elizabeth (Queenie), and Israel. She also has an identical twin sister named Janet Jamora who she has a very close relationship with.
Manny’s wife went viral many times for posting pictures or videos that show her luxurious lifestyle. One of those times is when Jinkee posted a photo of her P16.3-million watch and showed different parts of their mansion in Makati.
However, actress Agot Isidro took offense after seeing those kinds of posts from Jinkee, telling her to be sensitive since a lot of people are suffering from poverty and unemployment amid the COVID pandemic. Supporters of Jinkee argue that despite posting about her luxurious lifestyle, her family should be commended for regularly donating to the poor. Her supporters also argued that the Pacquiao family's wealth was gained through hard work and not through illegal means.