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Icon, Hugh Hefner, Passes At 91

Icon, Hugh Hefner, Passes At 91


Bunnies, Celebrities, And More React To The Playboy Founder’s Passing

The news of Hugh Hefner’s death is shocking the nation. If there’s anyone, living or dead, who can snatch attention away from the ever-growing Kardashian-clan, is the founder and editor-in-chief of Playboy. A man whose vision changed the lifestyle of men since 1953. Rather than being, ahem, manly; Hefner created the playboy. Dapper, expensive taste, and surrounded by beauty. Hefner revolutionized the modern, American man. After passing in his home, the Playboy Mansion, he leaves his legacy behind him to his family: His wife, Crystal, and four grown children, including his son Cooper, who serves as Chief Creative Officer of his father’s company.


I’ve already seen sarcastic and crude comments about Hefner’s passing. To some, he was an [old] pervert. People are claiming many stories of alleged cruelty and harm to women will now surface that he has passed. I don’t believe any of this will happen for a second. He has given a career to so many women that are currently household names. Holly Madison, Jenny McCarthy, Carmen Electra, Pamela Anderson, and the never-forgotten, Anna Nicole Smith.

There is an endless amount of celebrities mourning the loss of Hefner. Check some of them out below.



Hefner has made his mark on the world. He will be forever remembered and forever missed. Rest in paradise, Hugh Hefner.  

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As much as anyone else in this world, Hugh Hefner helped usher in the revolutionary thought that sex is a healthy part of every human's life and that it is nothing to be ashamed of. This man was ahead of his time, that's for sure.

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