Jinkee Pacquiao's unsolicited advice for Krista

Posted at 12/15/09 12:47 AM

MANILA, Philippines - Jinkee Pacquiao said her husband's alleged mistress, Krista Ranillo, could get a dose of her own medicine someday.

Jinkee told "The Buzz" in an exclusive interview last week that Ranillo may think twice about allegedly dallying with married men if she knew how it feels to be cheated on.

"Kung mag-asawa siya (Krista) in the future, kung gagawin rin sa kanya ng husband niya yun, baka masasabi niya na masakit pala. (If Krista gets married in the future, and if her husband cheats on her, maybe Krista will know how it hurts)," Jinkee said.

"Kung gusto niyang maging maganda ang family [hindi niya gagawin 'yon]. (If she wants to keep her family life good, she will not do that)," she added.

Sounding off

Though Jinkee said rumors of her husband's extra-marital affair should be put to rest, that did not stop her from sounding off over the issue on several occasions.

Days after the Krista Ranillo-Manny Pacquiao affair caused a media frenzy, Jinkee warned Krista to find a single man instead of a married one.

"So, isipin niya (Krista) kung magiging masaya ba siya kung makiki-join siya sa isang tao na may family? Magiging masaya ba siya na makasira siya ng pamilya? Madami pa siyang makikilalang iba na single, hindi ba? Bakit kailangan pang sa may asawa?" Jinkee was quoted as saying.

(She should think if she will be happy if she will join in on the affairs of a man with a family. Will she be happy if she ruins a family? There are so many single men out there, right? Why does she need one who is married?)

More recently, Jinkee refused to give a definite answer on whether she will watch the premiere screening of "Wapakman", which happens to star Pacquiao and Ranillo, along with actress Bianca King.

Jinkee said in an interview that she would think about it. "I don't know if I'll watch," she said.

Game over?

Last November, Jinkee and Manny Pacquiao had a brief spat over rumors that Manny was having an affair with Ranillo.

First signs of trouble in paradise showed when Jinkee was seen crying at a thanksgiving mass in Las Vegas, and refusing efforts by Manny Pacquiao to comfort her.

The couple were reported to have left Las Vegas on separate flights. Recent reports indicated, however, that the Pacquiao couple had patched things up.

Jinkee said she has "moved on" from the Krista-Manny issue and is simply focusing on keeping her family solid. She saw the controversy as a "test from God."

"For my family, for my children, I will survive. I need to surpass every challenge. I know the Lord wants us to be together," she said.

In a separate statement, Manny Pacquiao denied that he had an affair with Krista Ranillo.

The actress's manager, Arnold Vegafria, meanwhile, insisted that the pair are just good friends.