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Jimmy Bondoc enters law school

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Jimmy Bondoc enters law school

By: - Entertainment Correspondent / @CAbanillaINQ
/ 03:36 PM July 16, 2017

Jimmy Bondoc via Instagram

Singer Jimmy Bondoc reaches another milestone in his life as he enters Law School.

Bondoc’s path to being a lawyer may seem an unusual case in showbiz. Usually, celebrities quit their studies for their careers. More so, there are only a handful of celebrities that go the extra mile of pursuing graduate studies. But the musician prefers to create his own path, and law school is one of his many masterpieces in the works.

In a recent Facebook post, Bondoc proudly shared that he is now entering law school. In a lengthy caption, he asked for heavenly guidance and prayers from fans, on this new endeavor.

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“Today, I ask for your sincerest prayers as I begin studying another kind of life, wondering if this is where the Lord needs me next. Or not. Or just momentarily. One sem only? One year? Two? Four?” he wrote.

Inaaral ko lang lagi ang buhay. Hilig ko lang, na hindi naman pinababayaan ang mga obligasyon ko sa pamilya. Inaaral…

Jimmy Bondoc 发布于 2017年7月8日

The musician is a known ally of the Duterte administration. He rallied with millions who supported President Duterte’s candidacy. Last year, Bondoc was slated for appointment by the President as PAGCOR’s assistant vice president for entertainment. However, said appointment was not formalized because concerned officials reportedly failed to convene about the matter.

Jimmy Bondoc is the hitmaker behind the pop ballads “Let Me Be The One” and “The Man I Was With You”, among others. JB

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