Lolit Solis lauds the way Jinkee Pacquiao handled ‘thieving PA’
Lolit Solis praised Jinkee Pacquiao for the way she handled her trusted personal assistant (PA) whom she allegedly caught stealing jewelry and cash.
Fans of Solis know that the talk show host and talent manager is privy to the life of celebrities behind the camera. She took to Instagram to share the story of Pacquiao’s thieving PA yesterday, Sept. 26.
“Kaloka ang PA (personal assistant) ni Jinkee Pacquiao ha na isinasama niya sa lahat ng lakad niya, binibili ng mga gamit at isasama pa sana sa lakad nila sa Amerika this October nang ma-discover nila na unti-unti na pala silang ninanakawan,” she wrote. “Depress na depress si Mama Jinkee dahil buong-buo tiwala niya sa babae na taga-GenSan na kinuha niyang PA.”
(The PA Jinkee Pacquiao drives me crazy — the one whom Jinkee included in all her trips, bought things for and planned on bringing with them to their trip in America this October; they discovered that little by little, they were being robbed by her. Mama Jinkee was really depressed because she had complete trust in her PA, a woman from General Santos.)
Apparently, Pacquiao was very fond of her PA, buying her things for her not to look like a PA, whenever she accompanies Pacquiao. The PA even gets introduced as a relative.
“Ito ang taga-bilang pera, taga-tago alahas, buong-buo ang tiwala,” noted Solis. “Nung last trip nila sa Japan kasama pa niya. Pagbalik nila, natulala si Mama Jinkee nang makita ang mga nawawalang alahas at pera.”
(The PA counts Pacquiao’s money, keeps her jewelry — Pacquiao really trusts the woman. The PA was with her during their last trip to Japan. When they got back, Mama Jinkee was shocked when she discovered that jewelry and money were missing.)
Solis then praised the Pacquiao family. Instead of filing a case against the thieving PA, Solis said they asked the PA to just go back to GenSan. Pacquiao reportedly shed tears at the betrayal by her trusted companion, asking the PA why she did what she did when the family has been good to her.
“Bait talaga mama Jinkee ko, bantayan mo kasi mabuti Bernard Cloma noh, huwag iwan Mama Jinkee kong mahal noh,” remarked Solis, referring to Cloma, a close friend of Manny Pacquiao, to look out for Jinkee.
(Mama Jinkee is indeed good. Bernard Cloma, you should guard her well; don’t leave my beloved Mama Jinkee.)
Pacquiao is yet to confirm or deny Solis’ story, as of this writing. JB