The odds were up against Mason Gatlin (Nathanyael Grey) and he knew it. At times, he thought that he could outsmart Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober) but I’m the end the ruthless, self-proclaimed vigilante got the last word.
Recent General Hospital rumors claim that Cyrus killed Mason in his hospital room. Although GH fans were certain that the villain got what he deserved, that wasn’t the case. Social media activity shows a vast majority of fans who want to see Mason gone, and hoping Cyrus killed Mason. Inadvertently, that also means that Cyrus as a vigilante isn’t such an unappealing thought.
The thing is that General Hospital news and spoilers report the Nathanyael Grey exits GH but he isn’t gone for good. Previously, GH Blog reported on Grey’s take on GHms newest villain, Mason. Right then, it was clear that there is much more to Mason that we can see at this time. According to Nathanyael Grey, Mason isn’t just a bad guy, but he’s a bad guy with other facets.
In a recent interview, Grey disclosed some imperative information to Soaps In Depth. He mentioned that he was hired for three episodes. Then came a forth! “I’ve been waiting to die for like, forever! But Frank [Valentini, GH’s executive producer] told me on my fourth episode that he really liked what I did as an actor and he wanted to use me more. So I was like, ‘Okay!’”
That means Mason isn’t gone for good and we can’t wait to see what else he has in store for Austin, Ava, and Cyrus!
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