Playboy Magazine announced on Friday that social media influencer Bretman Rock will be the cover model of its digital edition for October.
It’s Bretman Rock, b*tch: The magazine made the announcement via tweets that included a short video of the 23-year-old internet personality striking poses while donning the iconic bowtie, bunny ears and tail.
A Muslim woman has been drawing a mix of positive and negative reactions after being featured in a spread on popular men’s magazine Playboy.
Wearing her hijab, American journalist Noor Tagouri posed for the cameras for the October “Renegades” issue, the magazine’s special feature on individuals “who risked it all – even their lives – to do what they love.”
In October of last year, Playboy announced that their magazine would no longer feature full-frontal nudity starting in March 2016. Pamela Anderson was chosen to be the final celebrity to pose nude for the 62-year-old magazine.
Earlier this month, Playboy revealed that the first cover model for their first non-nude issue would be 19-year-old Sarah McDaniel. McDaniel is particularly unique because she has heterochromia iridum, a condition that causes one eye’s color to be different from the other’s.
Playboy’s 2014 Playmate of the Year is a day trader and an aspiring doctor who is also penning a book on finance for women.
Kennedy Summers, 28, is both beauty and brains as proven by her rather atypical direction in career choices. Summers, who first appeared in Playboy as Miss December 2013, holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology, a master’s in health administration and was more than halfway through medical school before she was chosen as Playboy’s 2014 Playmate of the Year.
Have you ever dreamt of owning the Playboy mansion? If you have around $200 million to spare, you can have a chance to buy Los Angeles’ most famous estate.
But before you reach into your secret Swiss accounts, be advised that the deal does not include any Playboy bunnies but does come with something that might change your mind: Hef himself.