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Claudine Barretto shuts down rumor about alleged unpaid debts to Jinkee Pacquiao

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Mar. 28, 19 | 8:40 am

Actress Claudine Barretto has finally set the record straight and said that she does not owe any amount of money to Manny Pacquiao’s wife, Jinkee Pacquiao.

It can be recalled that entertainment reporters Cristy Fermin and Lolit Solis said on their digital talk show on Pilipino Star Ngayon titled “Take It… Per Minute!” that Claudine asked for some financial help from Jinkee and has not paid for it ever since.

However, Claudine strongly denied the allegations when she posted an Instagram video on March 27.

Claudine started off by saying that Jinkee is a good friend to her and that the latter and her husband Manny are even godparents to her children.

“Mag-live ako ngayon kasi may lumalabas na chismis na meron daw akong utang kay Jinkee Pacquiao, who is my kumare. Manny is Sabina’s godfather at ninang naman ni Santino si Jinkee, so kumare ko talaga ‘yan, sobrang bait,” she said.

“Lately, may mga lumalabas na baon daw ako sa utang kay Jinkee at lumalabas din na meron kaming business or transaction na pinasukan na hindi nag-prosper, parang ganon,” Claudine continued.

She then went on to say that she initially ignored the issue but decided to finally address it because Jinkee’s name is getting involved.

“Alam mo sa una kasi, hindi mo naman talaga papansinin kaya lang minsan pag ‘di na mamatay-matay ‘yung chismis, nakaka-bother na rin. Unang-una kasi, nakakahiya. Nada-drag na yung pangalan ni Jinkee,” she said.

“Ako, kaklaruhin ko na po. Hindi po ako mayaman pero hindi rin ako waldas sa pera so sana matapos na yung chismis na ‘yan. Alam namin kung saan ‘yan nanggagaling,” she added.

She said that she does not have any financial debt to neither Manny nor Jinkee, but she does have a debt of gratitude to the couple for being nice to her and her children.

Jinkee also commented on Claudine’s Instagram video to clarify that the actress does not owe her money.

Mare, ipaalam ko lang sa kanila na wala kang utan sa akin. At wala din tayong business. Masaya ako na friends tayo at kumare kita. I love you, mare,” Jinkee wrote.

Towards the end of the video, Claudine thanked Jinkee for gracefully clarifying the issue involving the two of them.

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