Miss M has found herself very busy with “real-life” responsibilities as of late – so the number of new posts have been less frequent. Recently, there has been some controversy surrounding model Henry Hard – but Miss M was too busy to follow the goings on. Fortunately for us all – one of our gentle readers has been following the misadventures – and was kind enough to write his take on the events for us. Miss M presents …
A GENTLE READER WRITES:
The Marc Swift–Henry Hard Flirt4Free Promo Debacle — The Gift That Keeps On Giving!
Who knew Jaden Storm’s stupidity during the Memorial Day weekend could spawn more stupidity nearly 4 months later? But it did.
Long-time readers of Miss Murmurs may recall a certain…shall we say…objectionable outcome to one of the contests held over the Memorial Day weekend. Jaden Storm promoted Marc Swift–who was staying at the Voyeurboys cam-house at the time–by making promises on Twitter and in Marc’s room of a free show the next day (Sunday) with
Marc via the Voyeurboys website if fans in the room could boost him into 2nd place. Whether this ploy was actually successful and had the desired effect is unknown; regardless, Marc won 2nd place.
Naturally, there was grumbling about what had happened, with one side crying “Foul!” and the other saying “Whatever.” Flirt4Free said something along the lines of ”Maybe Jaden Storm’s interference affected the outcome, maybe it didn’t, so we’re going to let the results stand” (though they DID suspend Jaden Storm for promoting another site).
End of story. Except…it’s not.
The model bypassed by Marc Swift–whether with or without Jaden Storm’s assistance–is Henry Hard, and one of his top fans is a member named MajorDude. While Henry might have eventually resigned himself to accepting 3rd place, MajorDude was understandably upset by Jaden Storm’s meddling in the contest as it may have cost Henry his first contest win. He e-mailed and called F4F Customer Service to complain, and when that amounted to nothing, he decided to stop spending money on the site–and on Henry–as a form of protest.
F4F didn’t even blink.
Henry Hard did, though, and MajorDude’s financial desertion took its toll on him…as did MajorDude’s (at the time) continual grumbling. Though Henry had other fans, none could quite match MajorDude’s support, and the resultant decline triggered a change in personality and outlook, with Henry going from a cheerful, outgoing young man to a grim, withdrawn model who could barely be encouraged to smile. In July, Henry Hard left Flirt4Free in search of a better experience, only to return a month later.
Again, end of story. Except, again…it’s not.
On or around September 23, MajorDude–in Henry’s room, as might be expected–found himself the target of another member’s ire-driven profanity. The member, markie_mark1, alleged that MajorDude was “running the room” and listing what Henry would do for varying amounts of credits (think Annie Reynolds on a much smaller scale). The credibility of this assertion is suspect–markie_mark1, in a series of tweets, vehemently insisted that Miss Murmurs is actually Adam Foxx, so you can see how reliable he is. Following the profanity, words were exchanged, and MajorDude asked Henry to ban markie_mark1 (or ordered, if you believe markie_mark1), and Henry complied.
That could have ended it, except that a thread titled “Henry Hard and MajorDude” appeared in the Male Performer’s Forum shortly thereafter, from a long-time member, pistol. The post comments on and criticizes Henry’s actions, seemingly at the behest of MajorDude, and makes no mention of the circumstances which triggered the ban (remember, markie_mark1 is a bit unreliable and his credibility is questionable). A series of posts ensued, with more information trickling out, including denials from MajorDude and a post by Henry himself to “set the record straight.” MajorDude later started his own thread, “sad men in red bull group (pistol etc)” to tell his side of the story. (The so-called “Red Bull Group” are the members of another model’s fan club…which has absolutely nothing to do with either bulls or the energy drink, though the bubble color for the club members IS red.)
The evening after beginning his thread, pistol apparently visited Henry Hard’s room, where MajorDude returned the profane favor, and somehow the heated exchange swung around to resurrect the results of the Memorial Day contest to the collective consciousness. Another accusation was delivered, this time about how the Red Bull group had been partly responsible for helping Marc Swift to his win. More words passed back and forth, and MajorDude asked that pistol be banned, and Henry complied again. A little while later, a third Red Bull–apparently informed in private by Henry that MajorDude did not like two of his friends–told off MajorDude for his role in his fellow bulls’ banning, and then OldVABuck found himself banned as well.
(It is interesting to note that these three Red Bulls–pistol, markie_mark1, and OldVABuck–all appear in screenshots posted by Miss Murmurs in a June 1 post.)