Michael Pacquiao, son of Senator and boxing champ Manny Pacquiao, has been getting the attention of the online community these past few days after he released his hip-hop song “Hate” and performed it on Wish 107.5.
Even though there are many who praised the young rapper for his incredible talent in rapping, it seems that some people had a different taste as they criticized Michael for his rap skills, including R&B artist Jason Dhakal.
Jason wrote, quoting a tweet from TV host and ABS-CBN broadcast journalist Dyan Castillejo where Michael can be seen showing off a part of his song,
“sh*t like this makes me want to stop making music honestly lol.”
In another tweet, Jason said that the prominent people’s children are getting more opportunities despite having a mediocre talent while local rappers who don’t have popular parents have to work harder and even risking their livelihood just to make music but still not getting recognition.
“it’s weird to me how ppl will automatically give a platform to rich artista kids w/ mediocre talent who already are financially set for life while local rappers here risk their livelihood to make music & get 0 recognition lol”
After remaining silent several days after Jason posted his rant on Twitter, Michael finally came out and challenged Jason on Twitter.
In a now-deleted tweet, Michael challenged Jason to a “king of the court game” where the winner will get all the credit.
Michael wrote on his tweet,
“Okay Jason Dhakal, let’s settle this right now. King of the court, 21 winner gets all the credit.”
Meanwhile, Michael laughed off to the netizens who keeps taking his tweet seriously and even leaving intense comments after reading his challenges to Jason.
“Hahahaha these comments are so funny, people taking seriously haha”
What can you say about this? Do you believe that Michael Pacquiao has no skills and talent in rapping? Do you watch his video showing his rapping skills? Kindly share your comments, reactions, and thoughts with us.
it’s weird to me how ppl will automatically give a platform to rich artista kids w/ mediocre talent who already are financially set for life while local rappers here risk their livelihood to make music & get 0 recognition lol
— jason dhakal (@jasondhakal) August 10, 2020
Hahahaha these comments are so funny, people taking seriously haha 😂😂😂
— Michael Pacquiao (@PacquiaoMichael) August 16, 2020