NEW YORK — CockyBoys today released online the second episode of “Meet the MoreCocks.”
“Meet the MoreCocks” profiles the rise of CockyBoys with partners Jake Jaxson, RJ Sebastian and Benny MoreCock as well as their exclusive performers as they create and produce their acclaimed content and live out their day-to-day lives all done in a mainstream reality TV show format.
In the latest installment, "The Jake Bass Experience," the cameras have now turned to Jake Bass, just as he returns to New York after a book tour.
“Still shooting scenes for CockyBoys, Jake is also booked for several modeling and hosting gigs in the city that extend beyond the adult space — including a high-profile photo shoot with Diesel,” a studio publicist said. “Without a place to live for the summer, however, Jake is given the opportunity to live at the CockyBoys Compound as he attempts to build upon his wildly popular reputation for his outspoken, sweet, witty, yet often combative personality.
“’The Jake Bass Experience’ showcases Jake in a way you've never seen him before -- at work, at home, and while living with his bosses as he attempts to redeem himself after abusing their trust. There is also the trip to Paris, Jake's all-time favorite city, the last stop on the book tour. Reflecting back on everything he's accomplished in Europe, Jake is surprised to hear that the one CockyBoy he's been trying to connect with, Darius Ferdynand, has arrived to join him for a date on his last day in the city of love.”
CEO and CockyBoys' lead director Jake Jaxson said, "So often I hear from outside observers that the performers working in porn must be "broken" people, otherwise, why would they do it? It is exactly that kind of ill-informed moral superiority that has driven much of our work these last five years and given a broader purpose to our company's mission.
"I have often said how grateful I am to Jake and Max for being the spark that lit the flame, the lightning in a bottle, that helped create a new energy, excitement, and new kind of adult entertainment. Jake and I worked together for almost four years, and like anything worth doing, it did not always come easy. Over the years, we would create amazing work together. He would both inspire and enrage me. And so often we would argue just as hard as we worked. He would leave and come back and we would forgive and forget. Often I would describe our relationship as that of the "Prodigal Son." While Jake did not agree with my analogy, I sure could relate."
Jaxson went on to say, "Just over a year ago, Jake and I had a falling out. But unlike the previous times, this one seemed to stick with neither of us speaking to each other for over a year. And like so many breakdowns between friends and family, the passing of time made the cause and actions seem petty.
"But in that moment we both felt wronged, hurt, and disrespected. And in that moment, we both needed to move on. Then earlier this year, on New Year's Day, I saw a text from a number I did not recognize congratulating me and RJ on our marriage. As I replied, I soon realized it was Jake. It was a touching outreach that I could not ignore, and in the end I was grateful. Of course, true to form, many more texts would soon follow telling me exactly how he felt, peppered with his brand of "tell it how he sees it" observations, followed by more tender moments. I especially appreciated a touching remembrance regarding the passing of our dog, Sebastian."
"So often I am asked what Jake is really like, and my reply is always the same. What you see is what you get. He is his own worst enemy, but you always know where you stand with him. He is one of the most self-aware people I know, and he's constantly at war with the parts of him that are always contradicting one another. However, while most of us have these battles in the quiet our minds, Jake will gladly do it out loud -- sometimes he will even scream it from the mountain top!"
"Everyone is broken by life, but afterwards, some are stronger in the broken places. I cannot think of a better way to describe Jake Bass — this boy I met five years ago with whom I've had the privilege to work, fight, laugh, and grow — a boy who has fought harder than most as he becomes a man."
CockyBoys' second “Meet the MoreCocks” is available online now.