A little background on this cross-country fiasco: Manny Pacquiao, who recently committed to becoming a serious Christian devotee, is currently under fire for criticizing Barack Obama's decision to support same sex marriage. In an article written by Granville Ampong, published in Examiner.com, Manny made his thoughts on same-sex marriage known and that is, that he is not for it.
Soon, reports from LA Weekly and USA Today cite him using a bible verse that condemns homosexuality. Of course the world reacts. Some even started an online petition for brands to drop Manny as an endorser.
Pacman, of course, has denied the allegations. He is, however, yet to be on the clear.
FHM nation, we're putting you on jury duty this week. Do you think Manny just flushed his credibility down the drain? Or has he every right to express his belief, regardless of its nature? Should Pacquiao be slapped in the face? Or should he be given a pat in the back for bravely expressing his thoughts on such the matter? The facts have all been stated, and we need your ruling on this one. Pac-Man's statements: extremely insensitive or seemingly appropriate?
This is a very, very, very controversial matter, one that obviously involves heated arguments and emotional statements. So palamig muna ng ulo, bro. Watch this video. Enjoy!