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Hugh Hefner Responds To 'Dead Rumours' With Snapchat With His Wife

Mark McGowan

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Hugh Hefner Responds To 'Dead Rumours' With Snapchat With His Wife

Recently rumours about Hugh Hefner being dead began to swarm around social media. As a direct retort to these allegations, I would like to state that Hugh Hefner will indeed live forever.

Regardless of the 90-year-old's legacy living on, people got a little bit scared after the Playboy founder was noticeably absent from Twitter and Facebook.

I think we're not really in a position to question whether Hugh is dead just because he hasn't posted a Tweet for a while - I mean, he's got good company in his mansion, hasn't he? He's got bigger fish to fry, let's be honest.

Anyway, to prove that he is in fact still alive and kicking, he made a 'comeback' on his 30-year-old wife's Snapchat - dog filter 'n all.

Credit: Snapchat

Hugh was enjoying a night in watching films with wife and Playmate Crystal, sporting a pair of floppy ears and a rather large tongue.

Prior to the weekend, the 90-year-olds last activity on Twitter was in June, which caused rumours that he was dead. I'll leave it to your imagination as to what he was doing for five or six months.

The businessman has previously had a pop at people questioning his health, saying: "I wish the tabloids had informed me a little earlier in the week that I'm sick.

"I might have cancelled plans."

Featured image credit: Snapchat/PA

Topics: Snapchat, playboy, Hugh Hefner

Mark McGowan
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