Found May 19, 2012 on
5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:
An interview by a National Conservative Examiner writer regarding boxer Manny Pacquiao citing a Biblical passage has been erroneous. This interview created a lot of news on the airwaves and even caused public disgust. Several groups were pushing Nike to drop their endorsement deal for Manny Pacquiao. A popular Los Angeles mall even went to the extent of banning the popular boxer from their property.
According to GMA News from the Philippines, Manny Pacquiao’s spokeswoman Rose Tamayo has released a statement that said the boxer was highly misquoted and had a “huge effect”. Tamayo was referring to all the companies that endorse Pacquiao.
The writer of the original report that was widely circulated would later confirm that the boxer never quoted the Biblical passage (Leviticus 20:13). The writer, Granville Ampong, also says that the media took his words and twisted it. Even the popular mall in Los Angeles, The Grove, took belief in those exaggerations and banned Pacquiao. The m...
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