Individuals are sharing on Twitter tributes to Hugh Hefner, the Playboy originator who just passed on, matured 91, at his Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles.
Many individuals paid tribute specifying Marilyn Monroe, who broadly showed up on the principal front of the main issue of Playboy magazine in December 1953.
Be that as it may, a photo flowing via web-based networking media professedly demonstrating Hefner lighting a cigarette for Monroe in 1957 is a phony:
— IG: missjudijai (@JUDiJAiKRAZi) September 28, 2017
Hugh Hefner will be buried next to Marilyn Monroe, she was on the first ever cover of Playboy Magazine. pic.twitter.com/RHfXl3zqsu
— Parker (@panoparker) September 28, 2017
'Playboy to the end! Hugh Hefner will be buried in LA cemetery plot next to Marilyn Monroe. He bought it for $75,000 in 1992.' pic.twitter.com/wexklQXMV0
— Sheharyar Khan (@iSheharyar) September 28, 2017
The photo really indicates English performer and chief Laurence Olivier lighting a cigarette for Monroe amid a public interview for the 1957 motion picture Prince and the Showgirl:
Additionally, Hefner never met Monroe face to face, as he himself conceded on a 2011 meeting with Piers Morgan on CNN:
Docks: Did you know Marilyn Monroe?
Hefner: She was entirely my sibling’s acting class in New York. However, actually I never met her. I conversed with her once on the telephone, yet I never met her. She was gone, tragically, before I turned out over here.
Regardless of that, Hefner purchased the space beside Monroe’s vault at the Westwood Village Memorial Park, the famous people’s burial ground in Los Angeles, for $75,000 in 1992, as indicated by Reuters and the BBC.
The principal issue of Playboy, which turned out in December 1953, was 48 pages in length and included inside a bare 1949 timetable shot of Monroe, which Hefner purchased for $200. Each of the 70,000 duplicates of the magazine sold out inside half a month.
Monroe kicked the bucket on 5 August 1962 in her Brentwood home of a medication overdose.