BIKOLANONG Spiderman has cleared his name from the Game Five incident in the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup Finals, distanding himself from the streaker who inadvertently bumped June Mar Fajardo and caused a ruckus on Friday.
"Gusto ko lang linawin na kung ano man ang nangyari sa PBA kagabi, walang-wala po akong kinalaman doon. Hindi po ako iyon," the well-known good samaritan said in a Facebook post on Saturday.
Bikolanong Superman made the post after accusations flew that he was the one who entered the court at the 3:08 mark of the fourth quarter holding signs spreading positivity via "Vote! Love!" placards.
The philanthropist, who went viral for his acts of good deeds, clarified that he was in Naga watching a concert with his friends when the hullabaloo transpired at Smart Araneta Coliseum.
The streaker was later corralled and told reporters that all he wanted was for everyone to love each other during this heated election season. He was later detained in QCPD Station 7 where he spent the rest of the night.
The PBA is set to file charges against the intruder of one count of alarm and scandal and unjust vexation.
For his part, the Bikolanong Spiderman argued that he will not find himself in the same situation.
"Hindi ako siya, hindi siya ako. Hindi ako yung Spiderman na nasa PBA. Hindi ako fan ng basketball. Hindi siya ako, dahil yung aking mga larawan na naggi-gift giving ay napapagkamalan na siya (na hindi naman dapat). Magkaiba kami," he said.
"Hinding hindi siya magiging ako sapagkat magkaiba ang aming adbokasiya. Sobrang malayong pinagkaiba dahil ako ay hindi naghahanap ng eksena upang mapansin," he said. "Pero naiintindihan ko siya at nirerespeto."