Sports journalist Snow Badua, inakusahan si Manny Pacquiao na di umano nagbayad

Sports journalist Snow Badua, inakusahan si Manny Pacquiao na di umano nagbayad

- A sports journalist accused boxing champ and Philippine senator Manny Pacquiao of allegedly not paying for his services

- Badua took to his own Facebook account and shared an article of GMA about Pacquiao's trip to Batangas

- The article stated that Pacquiao allegedly said whether there is a pandemic, for as long as he sees people in need, he will give

- Badua, in the caption of his post, alleged that he has not been paid for three months as a senate speechwriter and also three months as the MPBL Commissioner

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A sports journalist, Snow Badua, took to Facebook and accused Sen. Manny Pacquiao of not paying him for three months.

Beteranong sports journalist Snow Badua, inakusahan si Manny Pacquiao na di umano nagbayad
Photo: Manny Pacquiao (@mannypacquiao)
Source: Instagram

He alleged that he was the Senate speechwriter of Pacquiao for three months and that he did not receive compensation for services rendered.

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Badua was also the MPBL for three months, and he alleged that he likewise did not receive compensation for it.

The sportswriter then mentioned that they also paid out of their own pockets during meetings with would-be team owners, which normally happen at expensive restaurants like Annabel's, Via Mare and Mario's.

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"FYI.

Di pa ko bayad ng 3 months as Senate speech writer mo and 3 months as MPBL commissioner.

Tapos nag abono pa ko sa mga meeting ng mga would be team owners sa mga restaurant na mamahalin gaya ng Mario’s, Via Mare, Annabel’s at iba pa.

Kami rin nag abono sa bayad ng mga pobreng events team na nagblock ng schedule tapos apat na beses mo pinakansel opening ng MPBL noon.

Ganun ka kagulo magmando sir. Walang sistema. Ayaw sumunod sa payo. Kung ano lang maisipan mo."

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Manny Pacquiao is an eight-division world boxing champion, considered one of the greatest boxers in history. He also found success as a politician, first becoming a congressman before getting elected as a senator. Manny is married to Jinkee Pacquiao, whom he called his best friend.

Raffy Tulfo revealed to Karen Davila that he turned down the offer of Senator Manny Pacquiao to be his vice-presidential running mate in the 2022 Elections. Tulfo turned it down because running for vice president is too big of a leap for him as a newbie in politics. The journalist also does not want to compete against President Rodrigo Duterte, who has been rumored of running for vice president next year. He added that he also does not want to compete against Senate President Tito Sotto.

Manny Pacquiao became the very first among “presidential aspirants” to file his Certificate of Candidacy (COC) for next year’s elections. Sen. Manny was with Buhay Partylist Representative and former Manila mayor Lito Atienza, whom the former boxer chose to be his running-mate for VP. Many were surprised at the presence of Rep. Atienza and the eventual revelation that he is going to be Manny’s running-mate. According to the senator, he based his decision on choosing Atienza as running-mate on the latter’s experience and track record in public service.

Source: Kami.com.ph

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