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by Barry Burch Jr.
What must a day in the life of an adult movie star be like? Surely, it requires certain traits that not everyone can or is willing to exhibit. Having the ability to endure a pen!s break, as well as having the audacity to publicly solicit donations to pay to fix it, for example, are probably a couple of those traits.
Adult Entertainer, Prince Yahshua has broken his pen!s for the second time, and now he is seeking donations to pay for his medical bills, which total $32,000. The first break occurred three years ago during a shoot, as reported by blackamerica.com. Two weeks ago, Yahshua had to go to the doctor after aggravating the injury. The doctor told Yahshua that he had broken his pen!s for the second time, and would have to undergo surgery and the subsequent rehabilitation.
Refusing to go out without a fight, Yahshua’s representatives have begun a fundraising campaign on GiveForward.com in order to help raise the $32,000.
In a statement to AVN.com, Yahshua wrote,
“Blown away is what I feel right now. I’m saddened to tell the industry and my diehard fans around the world that the injury that sidelined me three years ago has come back to bite me in a big way. After seeing and talking to my doctor on Friday, I was informed once again that I must go under the knife to repair bad tissue damage asap. Today, my heart is a lot happier after seeing what Sandra [McCarthy] and OCM has done for me by starting this fundraiser—I’m speechless! I’d like to thank Sandra, OCM and the fans and companies that have made me who I am today.”
The owner of the agency that Prince Yahshua is represented by added,
“When Prince contacted me with the devastating news, I was at a loss for words … tears were rolling down my cheeks. I knew I needed to help him emotionally and financially, so I started this fundraiser to help ease the pressure of the huge expenses that were on the way. Healthcare is unaffordable, and Prince doesn’t have a plan due to his pre-existing condition, so he’ll have to pay for the entire surgery out-of-pocket. Lately, the industry seems to have been taking hit after hit, but we all need to stick together and unite as one so we can get through whatever life throws at us.”
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