BLACKWATER rookie Ray Parks Jr. hit out at Calvin Abueva for what he said were lewd gesture directed at his girlfriend during Friday night’s match against Phoenix in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup.
Parks Jr. said Abueva hurled curse words and called his girlfriend Maika Rivera a b***h after Abueva fouled out in the fourth quarter.
“Calvin Abueva called my girl a b***h, and on top of that jacked off in front of her. You don’t do that to no type of fan, no family, no loved one,” a furious Parks told reporters after the game.
Parks said he found out about Abueva’s action after the game, saying Rivera - a former tennis player and now a television and movie actress - was left in tears by the 'Beast's' indecent gestures.
Parks said he will take the issue to the Office of the Commissioner.
“I have a few words to take about to the commissioner with. That’s messed up. You don’t do that to a fan, let alone someone I care about. They stopped me from going to that locker room. You don’t do that. Kababaeng tao nun."
“I understand he plays with antics and plays with people’s minds but why not do that to me? Why would he go off to the side of the court to nobody I had nothing to do, and literally called that person a b***h while looking at the clock?
“And then he go curse on my girl and say, ‘What now, b***h,' and then do this,” said Parks while mimicking Abueva's lewd gesture.
Parks said the gesture was uncalled for.
“Everybody here has people in their lives that they care about. That is a woman – your mother, your sister, your cousin – but that ain’t right. Beyond the game, that’s disrespectful. I wouldn’t call his wife the B word. I wouldn’t. That’s messed up. That could be anybody,” said Parks.
Parks admitted had he known about the incident in the game, he would have done something about it.
“If I see that happen, I’ll be honest with you, I would have been thrown out of the game,” Parks said.
Parks also called on Abueva to act with a certain level of professionalism on the court.
“He did it twice. He can do whatever he wants to me, he can hurt me on the court, whatever, but don’t talk about my family, don’t go beyond that. Keep a certain level of professionalism. You don’t do that,” said Parks.