MANILA, Philippines – After weathering what she said the biggest storm to have hit her marriage, Jinkee Pacquiao is now ready to move forward.
And it seems like on top of her agenda is to start a career in the entertainment industry.
Reports said, like her husband, People's Champ Manny Pacquiao, there are also offers for Jinkee to do a film and come up with a self-titled debut album.
In an interview with ABS-CBN News, Jinkee said she is willing to do a movie project, but under one condition. She doesn’t want to be paired with other male stars, except her husband.
"With Manny okay lang. Pero with other [male stars], I don't think so," Jinkee said.
On her reported upcoming CD, meanwhile, she said: "Wala pa. Pag-uusapan pa."
In 2006, Jinkee recorded a duet with her husband for the album "Para Sa Iyo Ang Laban Na 'To," which was produced by Star Records.
In the album, Jinkee sang "Ikaw at Ako," a song composed by Lito Camo.
During the opening of the Pacquiao couple's new novelty shop in Manila on Tuesday, she said she has already moved on from the Krista Ranillo controversy. She said all she cares about is keeping her family solid.
She said she hopes the public will put rumors of Manny's extra-marital affairs to rest.