Los Angeles: A statement from the Hugh Hefner - the keeper of Playboy, explains that he does not mind chics approaching him to enhance their careers and the fact that it does not irks him that playmates get famous because of the connection. Now, the latest add-on of the Playboy fame, Sherlyn Chopra is also dropped in the eccentrics of it.
Hefner do not feels offended if women used him for sex or fame. "I wouldn't be offended in either case. It is reality that women use me to become famous and it would be ridiculous to turn a blind eye to that. And if they use me for sex, it is above all a big compliment in my age," said Hefner.
Sherlyn Chopra of India recently added to the list of girls who elevated their careers by getting "in touch" with Hefner. She, who is told to be the "Bollywood Goddess" and a "Legend" by the Playboy website, will soon be enthralling her fans by appearing on its magazine coverpage. She recently visited Los Angeles to carry out the photoshoot and spent almost a week in the Playboy mansion.
Hugh Hefner is the editor in Chief of the Playboy Magazine and Chief Creative Officer of Playboy Enterprises.