Personal Background of Michael Pacquiao & His Chosen Field
MICHAEL PACQUIAO – Here are some details about the second son of boxer-turned-senator Manny Pacquiao and Jinkee Pacquiao.
The children of Pacman are undeniably among those celebrity children who are greatly admired by many people. Despite their status in life now, they remained humble and persistent towards their chosen fields.
Michael Pacquiao’s Personal Background
Born on December 13, 2001, Michael Pacquiao is the second son of boxer-turned-senator Manny Pacquiao and Jinkee Pacquiao. His elder brother is Jimuel Pacquiao and they have two (2) younger sisters, Mary Divine Grace or Princess and Queen Elizabeth or Queenie, and their youngest, Israel.
Michael grew up witnessing the success of his father in boxing – and most especially the hardwork of the boxing champion which surely not everyone has thoroughly witnessed. The said success of his father has greatly uplifted their status and they are now one of the richest families in the Philippines.
Despite the boxing field being the arena where he shines, Sen. Pacquiao initially does not want any of his sons to join boxing. He described it as a painful sport and he does not want his sons to experience it. However, after several persistent pursuits to join boxing, Jimuel Pacquiao was able to get the approval of his parents.
As for Michael Pacquiao, he wants a different thing – music. He attended General Santos Hope Christian School and Brent International School. He is one of those who has performed to Wish 107.5 bus and many were impressed by the rap song of Pacman’s son entitled Hate.
Michael Pacquiao’s Wish Bus Performance
The performance of Michael in Wish bus elicited positive comments from prominent personalities in the field of music like Chito Miranda of Parokya ni Edgar. Currently, the said video has already reached 15 million views on YouTube.
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