Jinkee Pacquiao, nag-post ng isang madamdaming message para kay Manny Pacquiao: “Forever here by your side”

Jinkee Pacquiao, nag-post ng isang madamdaming message para kay Manny Pacquiao: “Forever here by your side”

- Jinkee Pacquiao, after watching the video of her husband Manny Pacquiao announcing his retirement, took to Instagram to post a loving message for the boxing legend

- She said watching the video made her remember each and every one of Manny’s fights, particularly if the opponents looked too big for him

- Despite the odds, however, Jinkee said Manny always faced his boxing rivals with faith and courage

- She then assured her husband that no matter what happens, she and the rest of the family will always be Manny’s side

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Jinkee Pacquiao took to Instagram to express her love and support for Sen. Manny Pacquiao, who just announced his retirement from boxing through a video uploaded to his social media pages.

Jinkee Pacquiao, nag-post ng isang madamdaming message para kay Manny Pacquiao: “Forever here by your side”
Photo: Manny Pacquiao and Jinkee Pacquiao (@jinkeepacquiao)
Source: Instagram

She said that watching the Goodbye Boxing video made her recall each and every one of Manny's fights.

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Sen. Manny's wife also said that she would always worry about the boxing legend, particularly if his opponents looked too big for him.

"After watching your Goodbye Boxing video, naalala ko gaano ako nag aalala on each and every one of your fights, especially kapag malaki at matangkad ang nakakalaban mo," Jinkee wrote in her post.

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Throughout Manny's boxing career, there were many instances where he faced opponents that appear bigger than he is.

Among these bigger opponents were Ricky Hatton, Oscar Dela Hoya, David Diaz, Miguel Cotto, and Antonio Margarito.

Despite the seeming odds, however, Jinkee said Manny always faced his opponents with faith and courage.

"You were always full of faith and faced your opponents with courage," she wrote in her post.

Jinkee also took time to express her gratitude to God for helping Manny all throughout his boxing career.

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"I thank the Lord everyday that He kept you safe. Thank You for the success. We are filled with gratitude and love, Jesus," she wrote further.

As her parting message, Sen. Manny's wife expressed her love and full support to the boxing legend, assuring him that she and the rest of the family will always be there for him.

"Babe, we are always and forever here by your side. I love you," Jinkee wrote in her post.

Jinkee Pacquiao, the wife of Pinoy boxing legend and legislator, Sen. Manny Pacquiao, is a former Pinay politician, occasional film producer, media personality, and socialite from Mindanao. She was born on January 12, 1979 to Nestor Jamora and Rosalina Capeña in General Santos City. Jinkee has a twin sister named Janet. As film producer, she produced documentaries for her husband and other box-office titles. The wife of Sen. Pacquiao once served as Sarangani province’s vice-governor from 2013 to 2016. She served only for one term for the reason that she wanted to focus on taking care of her family, as well as her business.

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Recently, Jinkee’s new photos on her Instagram account have gone viral. She uploaded photos of her with her beloved mother, Rosalina Capeña. Janet Jamora, Jinkee’s twin sister is also featured in the sweet Instagram picture. The viral pics are accompanied by a message from Jinkee to her mom that reads: “MOMMA, I love you.”

A couple of days ago, she also received a cute and lovely set of decorative lanterns from Burberry. The wife of Sen. Manny Pacquiao posted the photos on her IG account. Jinkee was very happy as she was letting her followers know about the products she received, even testing the brightness of the lanterns. The card that came with the lanterns however, misspelled the first name of Jinkee, such that it was spelled as "Jingky."

Source: Kami.com.ph

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