In case you decide to ride a taxi car one day and you suddenly realize that your driver is somehow familiar, you might want to check out what happened to former PBA player Willie Miller.
After playing professional basketball, the 40-year-old two-time PBA MVP opened up on thinking about driving a taxi car soon. In a short interview with Spin PH, he revealed how the sudden decline in his salary affected him and his family.
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“Ramdam ko rin syempre yung effect sa income ng family. Ilang buwan na akong walang team sa PBA, kaya syempre yung sweldo nun, nafe-feel mo.”
Driven by his determination to ease the impact of the diminishing popularity, he is contemplating his luck on wheels.
“Magta-taxi driver na ko. May apat na unit ako ng taxi eh. Nabili ko kay Kerby Raymundo.”
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Moreover, he even revealed that while he was actively playing as a professional basketball player, he had the idea of trying new experiences such as driving a taxi car.
“Masaya kayang mag-drive ng taxi. Ang tagal ko nang iniisip ‘yun. Nung naglalaro pa ko, gusto ko nang mag-drive. Masaya yun, nakakapangulit ka.”
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When he was asked if someone might know him, Willie Miller said that he is not afraid about it.
‘‘Bakit naman? “Mababait naman ang mga tao. “Kung may mangho-holdap o masamang loob, eh di ibigay mo ang kotse.”