Billy returns to 'It's Showtime': Hindi po ako masamang tao
Chuck Smith (The Philippine Star) - September 15, 2014 - 4:45pm
MANILA, Philippines – After a week of absence following his arrest for making a scene at a Taguig City police precinct, TV host Billy Crawford returned to the ABS-CBN noontime variety show “It's Showtime” on Monday, September 15.
 
Addressing the studio audience upon his return to the noontime show, Billy apologized for his actions and said the incident “actually makes me stronger.”
 
“Sana yung naranasan ko, hindi maranasan ng ibang tao. Kasi ako po, hindi po ako masamang tao,”  he said. “Paumanhin lang po dahil paminsan-minsan po, nagkakamali rin po ako. Tao lang po ako.”
 
The 32-year-old artist also said the incident made him realize that “nandito ang Panginoon para sa ating lahat.”  
 
“Kailangan mahulog po tayo siguro para may matutunan tayo sa buhay natin. And I fell hard,” he said.
 
Billy added, “Masakit po, masakit yung mga sinasabi ng tao tungkol sa iyo na hindi totoo. Pero ang pinakaimportante lang po sa akin na natutunan ko, ang acceptance ng Panginoon sa akin. Yun lang.
 
“I'm just a human being who's learning how to love and who's learning how to live. Ako po, I just want to live properly,” he said.
 
“It's time for me to learn about God and it's time for me to live a holy life,” Billy also said. 
 
Addressing rumors about the status of his relationship with girlfriend and “It's Showtime” co-host Coleen Garcia, Billy said: “Never po akong iniwanan ni Coleen. She never left my side.” 
 
“Thank you, thank you so much. I love you,” he told Coleen.
 
In a taped interview with ABS-CBN's “The Buzz” aired Sunday, September 14, Billy said the police arrest incident had nothing to do with Coleen.

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