Manny Pacquiao world's second highest paid celebrity

Manny Pacquiao world's second highest paid celebrity
Filipino world professional boxing champion Manny Pacquiao has been ranked as the second highest-paid celebrity in the world by American business magazine and online financial news platform Forbes.

Floyd Mayweather, Jr. the first of rank with the earnings of total of $300 million worth of from both his boxing career and endorsement deals.

Manny Pacquiao on the second rank has earned a total of $148 million, or approximately P6.7 billion, from his boxing career alone.
 
Manny Pacquiao endorsement deals  with popular international brands such as Nike, Foot Locker, Wonderful Pistachios, Nestle's Butterfinger, and deals with local brands in the Philippines add up to $12 million (more than P500 million) to his total amount of wealth, according to Forbes.

Popstar Katy Perry on third spot third spot with a total of $135 million worth of earnings.

British Irish boyband One Direction at fourth spot with earnings that amounted to $130 million.

Howard Stern a 61-year-old American radio and TV personality is 5th on the list with a total amount of earnings that reached up to $95 million.

The Top 10 is Garth Brooks(American singer-songwriter ) in the 6th spot with $90 million,  James Patterson in the 7th spot with $89 million, Robert Downey Jr. in the 8th spot with $80 million, Taylor Swift in the 9th spot as well with $80 million, and Cristiano Ronaldo in the 10th spot with $79.5 million.

American author James Patterson in the 7th spot with $89 million, world-famous American actor and “Avengers” star Robert Downey Jr. in the 8th spot with $80 million, American singer-songwriter, actress and philanthropist Taylor Swift in the 8th spot as well with $80 million, and Portuguese professional soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo in the 10th spot with $79.5 million. source Forbes Magazine.

After Being the second highest paid in the world Manny Pacquiao posted a photo of him on Instagram eating a meal while sitting on a monoblock chair inside a small room with a small table and a double deck bed.


“Kain lang pag may time,” Pacquiao said in the caption.

Pacquiao’s congressional chief of staff Kit Mercado said the room was Pacquiao’s property located at Tinoto, Maasim in Sarangani.

“Sa kanya yung room na ‘yun. Maliit lang talaga ‘yun, halos pagpasok mo kama na saka maliit na mesa at TV, pero dun nga siya mas madalas magpahinga,” she said.
“Ganun talaga si congressman, mas at ease siya sa mga ganung bagay. Hindi kasi nagbago ang pananaw niya sa pamumuhay maski ‘yung kanyang preference sa food.”