L.A.S Dancer Mario (R.I.P)
ROMARIO MARCHANT better known as L.A.S Dancer Mario- Mario the driving inspiration and motivation behind K.Shoy Entertainment deciding to open up a segment dedicated to working with dancehall dancers, you will forever be missed in our lives and hearts, we love and support you forever.
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Romario “Mario” Marchant known as L.A.S (Look And Study) dancer Mario was born September 24 1994, and life was tragically taken from him July 18 2011. Mario was a group member of dancehall group L.A.S dancers which became very popular and based out of the Bronx NY. Born in Spanish town Jamaica, Mario aspirations were to become very successful in what he was most passionate about and what he did best – dancing. Mario had such an energetic personality and was a very lively kind warm caring hearted person full of peer vibes. Anyone that befriended Mario or got to know him personally took to him immediately. Mario was a very well loved person and has influenced many people in their lives one form or another whether through admiring his dance moves or just from the type of person he was. He was a very ambitious young man that had so any dreams and was headed to accomplishing them all. Mario was even loved by many people who didn’t even meet him, he had developed a very big fan base internationally with the help dancehall lifestyle, parties etc, traveling and of internet and media industry promotional outlets.
Mario was recognized to be the spokesman of L.A.S dancers because he would always be the main one in the group to speak up on behalf of the dancers throughout their developments, and he just enjoyed dancing so much. Mario touched so many and lived up to the name Starboy Mario as he would refer to himself. The dance group later on became apart of K.Shoy Entertainment in 2009 where they furthered establishing their dancer accomplishments on the rise to become one of the leading dancehall groups representing Jamaica based out of NYC. K.Shoy Entertainment assisted L.A.S dancers further there dance career moves by promoting them throughout the reggae dancehall entertainment industry, through several media outlets and having them featured on various shows or events. They furthered their journey also working with Above A Dem and Dancerz Boulevard that all had major contributions towards their winnings. Mario will be remembered by many and live on through us as he had a major impact and influence throughout the dancehall community. Mario leaves behind his loving mother and father 3 brothers (Lance, Sachelle Kamani,) and 1 sister (Dede), grandmother, 4 aunts and uncle. R.I.P Starboy L.A.S dancer Mario we love you forever and you are apart of dancehall history forever.
K.Shoy Entertainment will continue to be there for Mario and has family for support unconditionally. Mario our little god sent angel will be loved forever.
News Stories on what happened to Mario click on web links below
MARIO MURDERER IDENTIFIED CLICK LINK BELOW
The 32 year old identified held in custody allegedly of killing Mario over a soccer game arguement in Stamford Connecticut
STAMFORD – The 16-year-old Bronx, N.Y., teenager stabbed to death last week was killed in a dispute that began because his friend missed a penalty kick during a soccer game in Shippan, according to court documents.
Witness statements included in the court file of Rayon Hines, the 32-year-old Stamford man arrested on murder charges last Thursday, reveal key details about the fifth homicide reported in Stamford this year. They describe a chaotic fight early July 18 at a West Side park between Romario “Mario” Marchant and a friend that left the Bronx teenager with a fatal stab wound to the chest.
WEBSITE OBITUARY Couretsey of Above A Dem
Mario was recently added to a soccer team in the Bronx NY sponsored in Golden Krust