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Adult movie star Masaki Koh(真崎 航) passed on at the age of 29. Online sources report that Masaki was suffering from appendiceal rupture (a 'burst appendix') leading to peritonitis.

A familiar face in the community and appearing at the well-attended Song Kran parties in Bangkok, he will be dearly missed.

Masaki's death was announced by his partner of ten years, TenTen. Earlier this year, the couple were featured in a short documentary, We Are Out! which showed a side of Masaki that few knew about. In the documentary, they both shared about their relationships, and their thoughts about being gay in Japan.

Ko Masaki, may you RIP.


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Posted by starx8014 Icon
Posted on 18/05/2013, 07:04 PM
R.I.P. Masaki Koh
Posted by zonvic222 Icon
Posted on 18/05/2013, 07:41 PM
For someone this fit and suddenly this happened, you're gone.
Lost his virginity at 12 and now his life at 30.
ご冥福を祈ります。 航さん
Posted by seventeen17 Icon
Posted on 18/05/2013, 07:42 PM
He looked so perfect...what a boyfriend material. RIP
Posted by cybertrash Icon
Posted on 18/05/2013, 09:01 PM
Rest In Peace. Condolences to his family and those close to him.
He may be gone, but his image and perfection will always be remembered...
God Bless his soul....
Posted by Cohen1 Icon
Posted on 18/05/2013, 09:48 PM
If you guys are wondering what Peritonitis is,

From MayoClinic:
Peritonitis is a bacterial or fungal infection of the peritoneum, a silk-like membrane that lines your inner abdominal wall and covers the organs within your abdomen. Peritonitis can result from any rupture (perforation) in your abdomen, or as a complication of other medical conditions.
Peritonitis requires prompt medical attention to fight the infection and, if necessary, to treat any underlying medical conditions. Treatment of peritonitis usually involves antibiotics and, in some cases, surgery. Left untreated, peritonitis can lead to severe, potentially life-threatening infection throughout your body.
If you're receiving peritoneal dialysis, you can help prevent peritonitis by following good hygiene before, during and after dialysis.
Posted by Antkz Icon
Posted on 28/05/2013, 06:10 PM
Posted by lugraha Icon
Posted on 06/08/2013, 09:15 AM
how come? he's my fave ...
R.I.P Masaki, you will be missed.
Posted by lugraha Icon
Posted on 06/08/2013, 09:15 AM
how come? he's my fave ...
R.I.P Masaki, you will be missed.
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