PH celebs react to Manny Pacquiao’s loss

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PH celebs react to Manny Pacquiao’s loss
Solenn Heussaff, Georgina Wilson, Vice Ganda, and more react following Pacquiao's defeat

File photos by Manman Dejeto/Rappler (Georgina and Solenn)/Instagram/@iamsuperbianca

MANILA, Philippines – Manny Pacquiao may have lost to Floyd Mayweather, but this loss did not stop local celebrities from airing their messages of support for him.

Check out their reactions below:

Martin Nievera said Manny is still a champion.


Gary Valenciano posted this: 


Gerald Anderson and Kim Chiu told reporters at the 2015 Star Magic Games their thoughts on the fight:

Pia Wurtzbach


Rayver Cruz

RAYVER AND GERALD. The two cheer during the Manny-Floyd bout. Photo by Rob Reyes/Rappler


Solenn Heussaff


Angel Locsin


Georgina Wilson tweeted a message of pride, but said that Mayweather winning was a joke:


Alex Gonzaga


Toni Gonzaga

“Floyd may have won the game but Pacquiao won the FIGHT! #hero #filipinopride #humble #truechamp,” she wrote.


Liza Soberano

Isabelle Daza


“You’re still our champion @mannypacquiao#mayhugger,” she wrote.

Gab Valenciano


Vice Ganda


Ruffa Gutierrez


“Passion, humility and good attitude are what inspire people, not how much money you make.@mannypacquiao is a true champ as he represents the good guy with a good heart and also earns good bucks! #mannynotmoney #MayPac#MayweatherPacquiao #photography #portrait#TomEppersonPhotography by @tomeppersonRG @jenniepperson,” she wrote.


Andi Manzano-Reyes


Xian Lim, and Iza Calzado reacted to the interviewer who spoke with Manny after the fight:


Local celebrities watching from home or at the Star Magic Games in La Salle Greenhills rallied their support for Manny Pacquiao during the highly anticipated fight between him and Floyd Mayweather. (IN PHOTOS: Celebs compete at 2015 Star Magic Games)

Bianca Gonzalez

Megan Young

Floyd defeated Manny, 48-0, on Saturday, May 2. (Sunday, May 3 in Manila) –


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