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Friday, February 29, 2008


I want to send out my condolences to the friends, family and fans of Seprapis Kephra AKA K-Rock (1976-2008).


Seprapis was a great entertainer but he was also a wonderful man. I had the pleasure of interviewing Seprapis for Pink Mafia Radio and was touched by his joyous spirit and captivating love of life. He commanded the stage like no other and always presented his audience with an artistically sensual show.

Seprapis will be deeply missed and I pray he is able to receive as much joy and love in his next life as he spread in this one.


My interview with K-Rock and his friends Panther, Silk and Bombay originally aired almost 2 years ago on Episode 23 of PinkMafiaRadio. Before and after the interview I speak about the passing of a loved one in the podcasting world and ask my listeners to enjoy life without letting anyone prevent you from living your life to the fullest because none of us know how long we have. That request feels even more prescient now and I hope all of you will live as fearlessly as Serapis.


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  • At 7:03 PM, Anonymous Marcus said…

    Wow.. this news just hit me like a ton of bricks.. I was just thinking about our last project together just yesterday!

    K-Rock was definitely one of the sweetest guys I have gotten to work with.. As a photographer, I can tell you, he was just born to perform. He was brought to me by a friend, hitting it off so easily with his laid by style. I had no idea what i was in for when he began to work with the camera. I was kept on my toes the entire time.. his energy and personality, and flare for performance just shown through like a breath of fresh air!

    The photo up at the top was from our shoot a couple years ago. His entire troup got together over a weekend and we shot for hours! I was fortunate to be able to put the collection together in a book just recently. There is also video footage to follow soon for those interested in seeing what his personality was like in real life.

    This link will take you to the preview of the book, and also highlight a handful of his other fellow dancers that made the K-Rock productions so spectacular!

  • At 10:23 PM, Blogger filthyhot said…

    that's so sad. i didn't know him but he seemed like a cool guy. i saw him a couple of times in atlanta and miami


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