A Parkour athlete who goes by the name of Kiing Spiider, has recently gained fame in New York for his impressive stunts around both streets and the subway system alike. In footage captured on Monday, King Spider demonstrates his impressive skills for the camera, including performing scores of front and backflips both in Times Square and on the underground.
"My mentality is not really human. I really think of myself as a King Spider. The way I crawl, the way I move, my natural body movement on a day-to-day basis, is not average. I like to climb and move completely differently than the average person. So, when I do parkour it's way easier [sic]. I don't force myself," Said King Spider.
The athlete, whose real name is Byron Sterling, also explained that he got his nickname through being very good at the game of monkey tag, which also goes by the name of spider tag, with the local kids calling him the king of the game.
Known for his acrobatic stunts throughout New York City, Kiing Spiider rose to stardom with various viral videos doing stunts, various skits, and sharing his parkour free-running tricks. Using his increasing following, he was able to leverage various commercial ads and social media campaigns for local NYC stores alongside popular influencers, while still maintaining his own Kiing Spiider brand.
Living up to Peter Parker’s reputation, Kiing Spiider has taken supporting his youth and community in Brooklyn, NY to another level by attending various charity events, and celebrity givebacks, and appearing in various music videos with upcoming artists in the NYC area. He’s also been seen on various national television shows on networks such as BET, MTV, and Comedy Central rising to stardom due to his magical imagination that’s displayed in such incantation.