- Jessy Mendiola posted on her Instagram a bridal photo from one of her endorsements
- Netizens pointed out that she looks like Jinkee Pacquiao
- Both Luis Manzano and Jessy respond to their comments
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Jessy Mendiola shared on her Instagram account a bridal photo from one of her endorsements, Tokyo Posh.
It quickly gained attention from netizens and received mixed reactions as well.
Some think that Jessy looks like Manny Pacquiao's wife, Jinkee Pacquiao.
Others think she looks perfect and tells her boyfriend Luis Manzano to marry her soon.
Read some of the comments from netizens below:
Here is her boyfriend Luis Manzano's reaction that she looks like Jinkee Pacquiao.
"mas nakakagulat kung si Manny yung kamukha po."
Based on Jessy and a netizen's exchange of comments, it seems that this is not the first time that people noticed her resemblance with Pacman's wife.
Jessy replied to a netizen who wrote, "Jinkee Pacquiao?"
The actress said, "I get that a lot!!!" followed by a heart emoji.
This only shows that Jessy doesn't mind being compared to Jinkee.
However, some netizens think she looks absolutely gorgeous and pretty in that bridal photoshoot.
Read some of their comments below:
"Ang ganda ni maam"
"What a beautiful bride to be"
"So Pretty Ms. Jessy"
"You look like batang @jinkeepacquiao so beautiful and gorgeous lovely lady"
Luis Manzano is currently the host of 'I Can See Your Voice' which airs every Saturdays and Sundays on ABS-CBN.
Jessy and Luis became open about their relationship in 2016.
During their TV guesting on Tonight with Boy Abunda, Luis revealed that they are seriously talking about marriage already.
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Baby Zhaun will only get to live for two years or less if he fails to undergo a liver transplant - a medical procedure that will costs about two million pesos. The only way left for Vekilyn is to ask for people's old 25 centavos.
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