PBA commissioner Willie Marcial said Terrence Romeo has already patched things up with the person who figured in a fight in Quezon City bar early Thursday.
Marcial said he spoke to Romeo on Thursday to get his side on the commotion which started when a fellow par patron 'grabbed' him from behind while talking to friends inside a bar along Tomas Morato street.
“Kausap ko si Terrence kanina tungkol sa insidente. Nakita ko din ‘yung CCTV. Sabi nga niya linapitan siya, tinapik siya sa dibdib sabay sinakal siya. Ang ginawa niya, pumiglas siya, tapos umawat away siya.
“Pumunta siya sa presinto. Humingi ng sorry ‘yung nakaaway. Pinatawad naman niya para wala ng usapan,” said Marcial.
The bar fight comes on the heels of a parking lot brawl that left Alaska’s Jeron Teng, Rain or Shine’s Norbert Torres, and MPBL cager Thomas Torres with stab wounds.
Even though Romeo denied any role in the ensuing fight, Marcial said he reminded the TNT and Gilas Pilipinas player to be careful when in public places.
“Sinabihan ko. (Sabi niya) ‘Boss, hindi naman ako nakipag-away eh.’ (Sabi ko) ingat ka. Sinabihan ko lang,” said Marcial.