Jinkee Pacquiao: “Suwerte ko, I’m the original, not the other woman”

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Kat Ordonez and Manny Pacquiao baptismal photos

Jinkee Pacquiao is once again plagued with rumors about Manny’s involvement in an issue that points finger to her husband Manny Pacquiao as the father of Kat Ordoñ ez’s son.

Kat Ordoñez is a 22-year old culinary arts student who claimed, via phone interview with Showbiz Central, that she only invited Manny to be one of the ninongs to her son’s christening after photos of the said baptismal was leaked and got published in a local tabloid, Bulgar. The said leaked photos were reportedly taken from Kat’s Facebook account and got widely spread after Bulgar exposed the said photos in one of their publications.

In an interview with Jinkee by PEP, she blatanly said, “Suwerte ko I’m the original, not the other woman.”

“This rumor is a distraction and a destruction…I will only slow and hurt Manny. I don’t want him to worry,” she further added.

Jinkee, despite her bitterness over the issue, continues to support her husband Manny Pacquiao and to prove that, she will fly to Las Vegas to watch Manny’s fight against Marquez.

“I love my husband very much. I trust him because he promised me he will not get involved with anyone anymore after Krista,” said Jinkee.

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Manny Pacquiao, is he just a ‘ninong’ or is he fathering the son of a culinary arts student?

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As ‘No Other Woman’ hails in the box-office, issues about Manny’s ‘other women’ keep on surfacing, one after the other.

A recent rumor that’s hovering around involves a 22-year old culinary arts student, who has been the subject of a local tabloid Bulgar.

The said tabloid featured some pictures taken during the baptismal event of the culinary arts student’s baby boy where Manny Pacquiao was invited as one of the ninongs. The ceremony was held at the St. Francis de Assisi Church and the venue for the reception was held at Shangri-la hotel.

Rumor has it that Manny is not just the ninong of the baby boy, but he is said to be the father of that child.

Recently, the 22-year old culinary arts student, Kat Ordoñez clarified the issue through a phone-patch interview at Showbiz Central. She denied the allegation linking her to the Saranggani congressman and the issue on Pacquiao fathering her child.

In that interview, Kat said, “Hindi po totoo yun…si congressman Manny Pacquiao, hindi po tatay ng anak ko.”

“Kinuha ko lamang siya na ninong ng anak ko sa binyag na naganap noong September 17 sa St. Francis de Assisi,” she explained.

According to Kat, the father of her child is in Dubai. She also pointed out that her ex-boyfriend (the father of her son) worked as one of Pacquiao’s assistant, and that’s the reason how she knew Manny Pacquiao.

Pacquiao, promoted as Lt. Col. in Army Reserve Force


Manny Pacquiao promoted as Lt. Col.

Congressman Manny Pacquaio now holds a new and higher position in the military reserve force. His rank in the Army reserve force has stepped a notch higher from Senior Master Sergeant to Lieutenant Colonel.

The announcement was made last Friday by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP).  According to the AFP, the document pertaining to Pacquiao’s commissionship was signed by Executive Secretary  Paquito Ochoa under the authority of President Noynoy Aquino.

However, some experts in the field questioned the AFP’s decision to promote Pacquiao as Lieutenant Colonel on the basis that Paquiao was missing one requirement. Experts pointed out that according to the provisions stated under Republic Act 7077 or the AFP Reservist Act of 1991, in order to be promoted to that position, one must have a college degree.

On the other hand, AFP stated that they have taken into consideration Pacquiao’s honorary doctorate degree on humanities given by the Southwestern University in Cebu in 2009, thus, his promotion as Lieutenant Colonel in Army Reserve Force.

Meanwhile, in an interview yesterday morning with AFP officials in Umagang kay Ganda’s Punto Por Punto by Anthony Taberna, they revealed that Manny Pacquiao personally applied to be enlisted as Lieutenant Colonel.

If the above statement was true enough, the question is, does Manny Pacquiao really need it? Pacquiao already carries quite a number of badges under his name; he no longer needs to prove anything by attaching his name to different titles—pound for pound king, Pinoy champ, Filipino pride, Saranggani congressman, and now, AFP reserve force Lieutenant Colonel.

For many Filipinos, Pacquiao’s legacy as a Pinoy boxer is already sufficient enough for him to be hailed as country’s pride.