Papi, who has an admirable knack for getting porn stars to talk shit, asks Rush to describe the public drama surrounding his last scene for Falcon’s Best Men, Part I: The Bachelor Party. Matthew Rush’s scene partner in that film was the gay-for-pay pin-up Zeb Atlas, who had never before fucked a man on screen. But just before the film’s release, Zeb fucked the geriatric temptress Jake Cruise, undermining the earth-shattering historical moment that Falcon and Matthew Rush were hoping for with Zeb’s gay sex debut. Describing the incident, Matthew Rush chooses not to mince words:
With the Jake Cruise thing, really I was hurt….We were not to say anything about the movie, but right before it was shot, my roommate…calls me up… He told me that Zeb already did that for Jake Cruise. It was kind of a slap to the face for me for a couple of different reasons. I’m not a big fan of Jake Cruise and it was kind of an insult to me. I hate to say that, but I’m going to tell you the truth. It was a slap in the face. At least if you are going to sell out to someone, sell out to someone who is hot. I wouldn’t have minded that. But sloppy seconds to Jake Cruise. No. That’s not happening. Then, you know, there were some other issues.
Read the full interview to learn about those other issues, which include giardia and tears.
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