Breast In Peace: Twitter says goodbye to Hugh Hefner


The culture is paying its final respects to the beloved great-granddaddy of nudes, Playboy founder, Hugh Hefner, who was said to have died “peacefully in his home surrounded by loved ones” on Wednesday.

He was 91.

Social media is digitally pouring out a little liquor for the lost life of the legendary skin-flick magazine creator, whose health was in serious decline over the last year, according to TMZ.

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PlayBoy’s global and timeless popularity popped off in 1953, with Hugh tapping Marilyn Monroe to slay the cover of its inaugural issue.

In the decades since the magazine’s launch, a gaggle of Hollywood’s hottest honeys—including Cindy Crawford, Kim Basinger, Pamela Anderson, Madonna, Sharon Stone, Naomi Campbell, Carmen Electra, Drew Barrymore and Kim Kardashian—gladly stripped down to their unmentionables in the name of Playboy greatness.

Back in August 2016, Hugh—who was wed three times, his last bride being 31-year-old Crystal Hefner, and has four children from his first two marriages—sold his infamous Playboy mansion to Pabst Blue Ribbon heir Daren Metropoulos for $110 million, with the condition he could uninterruptedly reside in the estate until his demise.


In the months leading up to his passing, the silk-robe wearing fanatic of the female body had not been seen in public for some time.

The Playboy mastermind’s death comes just over a year after his brother, Keith, tragically lost his battling cancer.

Hugh’s son, Cooper Hefner, has served as PlayBoy magazine’s chief creative officer—reinstating the publication’s tradition of publishing nudes, an aspect of the mag that’d been briefly cut in 2106—in February 2017.



By : Asia Grace

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