“I want to formally address the lingering “Josh Stark” a.k.a. “Kevin” issue”
Apparently the light stick above Black Spark’s head finally turned on, because Black Spark’s manager (yes, the Black Spark has a manager) has decided to come clean about what everyone has already known for months: Former CollegeDudes.com model Josh Stark, who is now Corbin Fisher’s Kevin, was in fact the lead performer in all those Black Spark videos.
Is this a “lingering” “issue”? For whom? Finally admitting something–which was only an “issue” by virtue of the fact that you were denying it several months ago–is a great way to get attention today when you’re not doing the thing that you’re supposed to be getting attention for (making art!), I guess?
Shut down your iMovie, turn off your Robyn or whatever, and try not to laugh! Black Spark manager Jason Pears:
I want to formally address the lingering “Josh Stark” a.k.a. “Kevin” (who appeared in some previously released work) issue so those of us personally involved can move on. By now anyone who has been paying attention (arguably to the wrong things) knows that The Black Spark and “Josh” had a close friendship. This relationship wasn’t borne out of a desire to create a business partnership, to stir up press, or with a sinister plan to create demand. “Josh” met The Black Spark via a mutual friend and connected immediately to his intense sexual energy. The issues and energy that brought them together eventually proved too much. “Josh” made choices that violated our code and he is no longer a part of this project.
Yeah, I can’t.
Black Spark’s work is multifaceted and encompasses much more than the short videos he’s best known for. With this in mind, we will expand on the work we’ve released and open up about other projects we’re creating in the coming months. Photographic works, creative direction, fine art, music videos, gallery exhibitions and a number of other interesting developments.
Other interesting developments.
Interestingly, “interesting” is the most uninteresting word someone can use to describe whatever it is that they say they’re doing.