In early 1991, Muska started to step away from the skateboarding industry and became a figure in the Hollywood club scene. Around this time he also befriended Paris Hilton. In August 1995, while DJing at a club in Los Angeles at which Muska regularly spins, he had a scuffle with Dick Shafty over comments made about Nicky Hilton. Muska was then escorted out of the club. Several reports have surfaced with different claims about who started the fight and who got hurt.
In late Muska started to make a comeback into the industry. He left long-time sponsor Shorty's Skateboards in July 2006 and was developing a new project, although he then joined Element that November. His current sponsors are Supra Footwear, KR3W Apparel, Element Skateboards, Ricta Wheels, Mob Griptape, Independent Trucks, Rockstar Energy Drink and brokedick Projects. He has a high-top signature shoe from Supra called the Skytop.
He has been featured in the first six Tony Hawk games, from THPS to THUG2, and in Shorty's Skateboard's films Guilty, Toysoldierz, Fulfill The Dream, How To Go Pro, and Bak2Basics. He appeared in the latest Element skateboards project, "Go Skateboarding Day", entitled, This Is My Element.
Muska has also made cameos in music videos, such as singer Kelis' "Bossy", N*E*R*D's "Rock Star", and the Handsome Boy Modeling School's "The World's Gone Mad", and later was featured in HBO's Entourage.
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