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Hugh Hefner dies at 91, musicians respond

Hugh Hefner dies at 91, musicians respond

Hugh Hefner, the man behind the Playboy empire, died at his Playboy Mansion. She was on the first ever cover of Playboy, and there's no denying the late father-of-four thought the world of his one-time muse. The racy magazine, which featured nude centerfolds, was both scandalous and revolutionary. "She is without question the definitive sex icon of our time". Who knew there were kids there? Playboy shared the news through their social media. Whatever might have been going on prior to the bell was suddenly transformed into a PG afternoon around the pool. He purchased the house next door to the Playboy Mansion in 2009 for roughly $19 million, according to Jason Oppenheim, a residential broker who worked on the deal. Hefner dated Holly Madison, who was his No.1 girl, Kendra Wilkinson and Bridget Marquardt. They were in the same class and they sat next to each other and they liked all the same things. He reportedly paid $75,000 for the vault next to the sex symbol 25 years ago.

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Now, in the wake of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner's death at 91, Anderson took to social media to express her grief, and it's really nothing short of heartbreaking.

Trump: Yeah, that's her. With the gold. You didn't want me to see. Playboy Enterprises opened Playboy nightclubs in several cities, where the buxom scantily clad cocktail waitresses - called Playboy bunnies - wore rabbit ears and puffy tails.

Trump: Grab 'em by the pussy.

The businessman got $8,000 together to fund the first issue of Playboy and it was released in December 1953 complete with an old nude picture of movie star Marilyn Monroe in the centrefold.

Conrad, who was Playboy's "Playmate of the Month" in January 1988, married Hefner in 1989. She joined the tribe to marry "Beverly Hills, 90210" actor Ian Ziering, with whom she had a daughter before divorcing in 2002. Shortly after college, he began working as (nota bene) an advertising copywriter for Esquire magazine, the raciest thing you could get off the racks in those days.

It wasn't an endorsement. "He will be greatly missed by many, including his wife Crystal, my sister Christie and my brothers David and Marston, and all of us at Playboy Enterprises", said Cooper Hefner, his son and Chief Creative Officer of Playboy Enterprises. "We don't respect the guy", Cooper told the Hollywood Reporter this summer.