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Bobo Smith was a famed jazz clarinetist who was struck ill in New Orleans during the 1918 outbreak of Spanish Influenza. Along with Jack Rogers, he was part of the fourth incarnation of the Divine Pairing.

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"None had more tragic a tale than Jack Rogers, who died pulling all of his blood out in a blood transfusion to save a dozen patients, including his lover, famed Jazz clarinetist, Bobo Smith."
Chantelle Fusilier[src]
Bobo Smith was a jazz clarinetist who lived in New Orleans in the 1910s. When the city was struck by an epidemic of Spanish flu, Bobo Smith was one of the many who became hill. On the contrary, his lover Jack Rogers was passively immune to the disease and performed many blood transfusions to save the lives of several patients. Bobo Smith was a recipient of his lover's blood, which quickly helped him to heal, as well as other patients who miraculously felt better, while Rogers died because of all the transfusions he had done, leaving Bobo Smith alive, yet alone.

Bobo Smith and Rogers later became known as the fourth incarnation of the Divine Pairing, a couple of individuals who were supposed to save New Orleans at the cost of the life of one of them.[1]

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