Initial investigation on Blakdyak’s death showed no defense wounds and no forced entry on rented house.
The members of Manila Police District (MPD) said there were no signs of defense wounds nor forced entry in the rented room of singer Blakdyak where he was found lifeless on the night of November 21.
This was disclosed by Chief Inspector Romel Anicete based on the investigation conducted by MPD following the death of the singer-comedian.
“Wala tayong nakita na defense wounds o anumang bagay na may sugat sa katawan niya na nanlaban siya o meron siyang kasama sa lugar na yun. At the same time, walang forced entry dito na nangyari,” Anicete said.
To recall, the MPD recovered a plastic bag earlier used by Blakdyak and several bottles of liquor in his rented room after his son found him on Monday night.
Blakdyak, Joey Formaran in real life, was found lifeless lying on the floor naked and his head was wrapped with a plastic bag.
His neighbors at the condominium often complained about the singer in his two months in the apartment for usually roaming the premises topless.
The 46-year-old Blakdyak is a native of Zambales. He is the singer behind famous ’90s novelty hits, such as “Modelong Charing,” “Noon At Ngayon,” “Good Boy”, “Bikining Itim” and “Asin At Paminta.”
He also starred in several comedies such as “S2pid Luv” and “Weyt a Minut Kapeng Mainit.”
He headlined shows and gigs, and was collaborating with veteran composer Lito Camo for a new album.
He was married to Twinkle Estanislao with whom he has four children.
In 2014, he was in the news after he was arrested due to malicious mischief, alarm and scandal, and illegal possession of drug paraphernalia in his apartment in Cubao.
Despite this event, Blakdyak was able to pick himself up and resume his career.