JustCreat 7 Colors LED Luminous Unisex Sneakers Men & Women USB Charging Light Colorful Glowing Leisure Shoes Sprot ShoesMoments after murdering his boyfriend in a Bronx walkup, Marcus Bellamy, a Broadway dancer who once performed in “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark,” left a chilling confession on Facebook.
“Forgive me,” he wrote Friday after beating and strangling his 27-year-old partner, Bernardo Almonte, to death. “I did it for love. I did it because I love you. He told me love and hate are the same emotion.”
“I am God,” he wrote on his Facebook page, which is rife with Scripture verses, as well as pictures of himself shirtless and striking different dance poses. “I give life and can take it away.”
Bellamy is now facing murder and manslaughter charges for killing his lover, a freelance IT technician.
Cops say Bellamy strangled his lover as they brawled inside the W. 174th St. home in Morris Heights. Police said Almonte was found in the fifth-floor apartment face down, bleeding from a blow to the head.
Bellamy bit both of Almonte’s shoulders during the fatal fight, cops said, though it was not disclosed what they were arguing over.
The way he was standing outside, he looked like he was praying,” said Lisa Turner, 51.
Bellamy identified Almonte as his partner, but refused to say anything more, police sources said. He was taken to Lincoln Hospital Saturday evening after complaining of chest pains, a source said. His arraignment was pending. Police said that Bellamy has been arrested four times stretching back to 2007, but not for anything violent.
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According to his Facebook page, he had been a backup dancer in 2011’s “Spider-Man.” His resumé h is also posted on playbill.com and broadway.com. Before joining the accident-addled production by renowned director Julie Taymor, he was an ensemble member of Broadway’s “Tarzan” in 2006, his resume posted on Facebook says.
Bellamy has an IMDB page, which says he danced in NBC’s television series “Smash” and the movies “Across the Universe” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” also directed by Taymor. He also created and starred in a YouTube video in 2010 titled “Hollywood.”
Bellamy who claims to be a Julliard graduate, grew up in Port Charlotte, Fla., he told Broadway.com in a 2012 interview. He told the site that before attending the Juilliard School, he would hang out every day after school at his local dance studio.
“Dance was kind of all I had,” he said in the interview. “It was my after-school activity. It was my best friend. I had so much energy. I just wanted to get it out. It was the perfect solution.”
In a rambling video posted on YouTube in January, Bellamy said he planned to move to Hollywood and become a screen actor and comedian. “I’m doing it … doing it,” he said.