Piolo and Iñigo: Like father, like son | Inquirer Entertainment

Piolo and Iñigo: Like father, like son

By: - Entertainment Editor
/ 12:50 AM July 21, 2020

Piolo Pascual

What has Iñigo Pascual learned from his famous father, heartthrob Piolo Pascual?

“He doesn’t treat work as just another ‘raket,’” Piolo said at a recent press con when asked the aforementioned question. “From the start, my son has always treated his job seriously.”


The actor stressed the importance of imparting financial wisdom to young people these days. “Iba kasi ang priority ng mga kabataan ngayon,” he noted. “But that’s one of the things I admire about my son. He never spends more than what he earns, kahit alam n’yang artista ang tatay nya. Kahit alam n’ya na pwede naman kahit may konting luho, he doesn’t splurge and never takes advantage.


“That’s why he saves because he doesn’t want to be financially dependent on me. He knows the value of being stable financially—that’s where his drive comes from. He wants to have something for himself that he can use when he needs it.”

Iñigo Pascual

Piolo also revealed that Iñigo, who’s turning 23 in September, has already saved quite a lot. “He lives alone. He may only be 22, but he’s practical in terms of his spending habits. Nakikita ko talaga how my son values the work given to him. He doesn’t waste his money on things he doesn’t need.

“And it’s good to know that the things that I’ve been practicing as he was growing up, he now practices as well. I always remind him that all material things are temporary. So, it’s important to work hard and save up, so that when something like this [pandemic] happens, you know you’ll be OK because you’re stable.

“Napaka-reliable ni Iñigo when it comes to handling his finances and he uses them to help out people. He lives by example. That’s one of the reasons why he works hard … so he can also be a blessing to others.”

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