Former Viva Hot Babe claims she's the first Filipina Playboy bunny

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The new cover of Playboy magazine made quite a stir when a former sexy starlet lambasted its current cover model -- Macau-based Arriene -- for claiming that she's the first Filipina Playboy bunny.


Arriene and Anna
Arriene (left) and Anna (right)


Former Viva Hot Babe Anna Scott said, "Just set your facts straight. Ang daming tao na nakakaalam na kahit paano ay naghirap ako doon. So huwag namang mamahiya ng tao para lang makaangat ka (People knew I was there and worked hard.  So I hope she stops doing this just to be on top)."

In an interview with ABS-CBN News, the former member of the sexy girl group Viva Hot Babes said that she wanted Arianne to clarify her statements — even fighting back tears while she was saying this.

“Gusto ko lang sana i-clarify yung about sa Playboy Philippines na yung kasamahan ko sa Playboy na si Arianne ay nagki-claim na siya ang first Filipina Playboy ‘bunny.’

Gusto ko i-clarify iyon na sabay kaming dumating sa Macau, sabay kaming ni-launch together (I just want to clarify that while Arianne is claiming to be the first Filipina Playboy bunny, the truth is -- we were both launched in Playboy),” said Anna, who, just like Arianne was also a Playboy bunny -- a waitress at the Playboy Club, which is a series of clubs and resorts also owned by Playboy Enterprises.


Arriene's Playboy cover
Arriene's Playboy cover


Anna Scott in a FHM photoshoot
Anna Scott in a FHM photoshoot


“I got offended sa nilagay niya sa Facebook. Puwede naman niya ako kausapin na sorry hindi ko lang nabanggit ang pangalan niyo. That’s okay with me. Pero yung magpe-press release ka na hindi naman totoo, ayusin mo naman, (I was offended with her Facebook post.  She should have said, 'sorry I wasn't able to mention your names'. That's okay with me. She did a press conference and lied.)” she said.

Tetchie Agbayani
Tetchie Agbayani
“We all feel bad about it, nakakahiya dahil yung mga friends ko iniisip nila na ‘O sinungaling ka pala.’ Huwag ganun dahil ang daming tao na nakakaalam na naghirap din ako doon. Huwag naman sanang mamahiya ng tao para lang makaangat ka (It's a shame because my friends might be thinking it was me who lied. People knew I was there and worked hard.  So I hope she stops doing this just to be on top),” she added.

But Playboy magazine stood by its decision to name Arriene the "first Filipina Playboy bunny."

Arriene and Anna, however, was not the first Filipina to ever grace the covers of Playboy magazine.

In July 1982, former sexy star Tetchie Agbayani posed in the cover of the magazine's German edition.--Photos courtesy of Playboy and FHM


UPDATE:

Filipina model Arriane Mondido has answered the accusation of former Viva Hot Babes member Anna Scott and defended her claim to be the first Playboy "bunny" who is a Filipina.

In an interview with ABS-CBN News on Friday, Mondido said that while she and Scott were indeed launched together as Playboy bunnies, she (Mondido) was first to be hired. She also explained the tag used to describe her on the cover of Playboy Philippines' March 2013 issue.

"And then itong issue na 'to na 'first Filipina Playboy bunny,' it means first Playboy original bunny na nag-pose sa Playboy Philippines magazine, 'yun lang," she said.





2 comments: Leave Your Comments

  1. wala kayo kay Tetchie Agbayani...sisiw kayo !.naka bukaka' pa si Tetchie !

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  2. tingnan nyo didi' ni tichie,tayong tayo'; yang sa inyo,wala na laylay na,isampay nyo na yan sa mga balikat nyo...kakahiya !

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