Lacson tells Pacquiao to beware of ‘expose’ over alleged administrative corruption

Senator Pacquiao will allegedly reveal something regarding allegations of government corruption, according to Senator Panfilo Lacson.

In a radio interview on Friday, Lacson said Pacquiao’s President Vicente III spoke with them on Thursday about the planned revelation of alleged government corruption.

Pacquiao allegedly planned to detonate the “bomb” before he left for America to prepare for the fight with Errol Spence Jr. that will be held in August.

“Sabi niya ‘Alam mo boss, marami akong balak.’ Sabi ko ‘pero medyo tingnan mo ring mabuti kung ano yung hinahawakan mo, mahirap na baka mapasukan ka ng fake na ebidensya o dokumento, ang balik niyan sa’yo matindi,’” Lacson told Pacquiao.

“‘Kung sakali namang meron, mas magandang pag-aralan munang mabuti.’ Mukhang desidido siya, sabi niya nga ‘talagang kompleto ako, hindi ako magsasalita nang wala,’” he added.

According to the senator, Pacquiao allegedly has a document in his possession that allegedly shows corruption involving high-ranking officials.

“Sabi niya, ‘Bago ako umalis ng Sabado, mayroon akong ibabahagi sa mga media,’” Lacson said.

Lacson tells Pacquiao to beware of ‘expose’ over alleged administrative corruption

Recently, Pacquiao accepted President Rodrigo Duterte’s challenge to prove allegations of corruption in his administration.

On the other hand, Lacson hopes that the clash between Pacquiao and Duterte will not end personally.

“’Pag ‘yung magkaibigan matalik tapos medyo nagkakapikunan, nagkakabangayan, nakakalungkot yung pangitain. ‘Di magandang tingnan at mararamdan mo yung parang falling out na nangyayari,” said Lacson.