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July 21, 2019 / Posted by:

Spider-Jermaine, the real-life Spider-Man from Philadelphia who scaled a building during a fire to save his bed-ridden mom!

I’ve said, “Yeah, okay, whatever you want,” to my mom when she’s asked me if we can watch an Adam Sandler movie while hanging out. So because of those soul-killing sacrifices I’ve made to honor my mother’s wishes, I thought that made me the mama’s boy of all mama’s boys. But I was wrong. Jermaine has me beat, because he flirted with death to help his mom. Although, honestly, I’d rather climb up a burning building than watch another damn Adam Sandler movie.

Jermaine told Action News that on Thursday night, he got a call from his sister that the apartment building where their 65-year-old mother Sheila lives had a fire in it and their mother couldn’t get out of her 15th floor apartment due to being bed-ridden. Jermaine was busted up, because earlier in the day he cracked his hip on a set of stairs. He needed crutches to help him, but he didn’t let that stop him from getting to his mom. Jermaine rushed over to his mom’s apartment building and tried to get in, but officers told him that the elevators were not working. Jermaine told them about his mom and said he’ll just take the stairs, but they refused to let him up.

Now, if that was me, I’d call my mom, put her on the phone with the cop, and as she asked them a million questions like, “Why won’t you let my son up? Why are the elevators turned off? How did the fire start? And while I have you on the line, why can’t I get Handmaid’s Tale episodes on Netflix? Oh, it’s on Hulu. How much is that? Do you have the number to Hulu?“, I’d sneak by them and run up the stairs. But instead of doing that, Jermaine busted out some Spider-Man moves by climbing up the high-rise using the fenced-in balconies to grab onto. He’d grab the gate of the balcony and then lift himself up to the ledge, where he’d stand and grab onto the next gate until he eventually got to his mom’s apartment.

When he finally got to her apartment, a shocked Shiela let him know that she was fine and that the fire was out. And unlike my mom, she didn’t curse him out for winking at the Grim Reaper by climbing up to the 15th floor.

Jermaine said his mother did not yell at him for climbing up 15 stories, but, “She was more shocked. She’s not surprised by the things that I do for her. She knows I’ll go over and beyond for her.”

Now, if that was me, I’d throw up my hands like, “All that for fucking nothing!“, and then plummet to my death. But Jermaine was happy that the fire was out and his mother was okay, and climbed back down the building. I guess his mom couldn’t let him in through her fenced-in balcony.

When he got down, he thought he was going to get arrested, but the cop understood he did it for his mom, and let him go:

“He told me if I didn’t leave I was going straight to jail. Because that was his job. But, he actually did cut me a break. He understood the circumstances, he knew – when your adrenaline is pumping, and your mom is up there, you thinking she’s dying – you’d do anything you can,” Jermaine said.

Jermaine says that he’s applied to be a firefighter once, but never heard anything back. If they end up finally responding to him after seeing this video, he needs to let them know that now that he’s an overnight hero and STAH, his price went up. And Jermaine is easily winning Son of the Year for 2019… that’s until I nod a “yes” when my mom asks if I’ll watch Jack and Jill with her again.

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