Nike has consummated a attribute with Manny Pacquiao after a six-weight universe champion described homosexuals as “worse than animals”.
The 37-year-old, who is using for a parliament chair in his local Phillipines, after apologised for his comments.
“We find Manny Pacquiao’s comments abhorrent,” pronounced a Nike statement.
“Nike strongly opposes taste of any kind and has a prolonged story of ancillary and station adult for a rights of a LGBT community.”
The sportswear association added: “We no longer have a attribute with Manny Pacquiao.”
Pacquiao’s strange acknowledgement was done in a radio talk and he primarily seemed unrepentant, essay on Instagram that he was “just revelation a law of what a Bible says”.
However, he after wrote on Facebook he was “not condemning LGBT”, while still voicing his antithesis for happy marriage.
Pacquiao, whose final quarrel was a better by Floyd Mayweather in May, is due to quarrel American Timothy Bradley Jr in Las Vegas in April.