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Hugh Hefner, the iconic founder of Playboy magazine who embodied the lifestyle he promoted has died. He passed away Wednesday at the Playboy mansion in Los Angeles. Playboy and provocateur, Hugh Hefner wanted to make the world a happier, sexier place and launched his Playboy fortune with an $8,000 investment. Hefner sold his beloved playboy mansion for a $100M in 2016 on the condition that he be allowed to live there for the rest of his life. Celebrities including Jenny McCarthy and Kim Kardashian West tweeting out their condolences, both ladies were on the cover of the magazine. Hefner is survived by his wife, Crystal, his sons, Cooper, David and Marston, and daughter, Christie. He was 91.

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