Looks like Kylie Jenner is set to follow in her sister Kim’s footsteps and bare all (or at least her butt) for Playboy. The youngest KarJen just shared the news on Instagram … and surprise, her baby daddy is being featured, as well!
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Being featured in Playboy is almost like a rite of passage for some stars. The prestigious honor (?) is only given to a select few — and ever fewer Black women. But alas, when we do make the cut we make a splash! That’s why we’ve decided to highlight the flyest Black women to ever do it. No shade to Kylie.
Look, she’s a super model, how could she NOT kill this shoot. Regardless, Naomi nailed it, in the nude, in 1999 with a 14-page spread.
Denise “Vanity” Matthews was everyone’s “IT” girl in the late 80s. So, when she decided to bare all for Playboy in 1988 there we no complaints.
DOWNTOWN JULIE BROWN
Our fave VJ, Downtown Julie Brown, took a break from her MTV hosting duties in 1998 and showed us all why her nickname was downtown.
Ola Ray stole the screen in Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” video — and then she stole the pages of Playboy in 1984 spread that was equally as thrilling.
Oh MiMi. When this diva graced the pages of Playboy it wasn’t necessarily full frontal, but it was a revealing 20 question interview. And for Mariah, thats a lot.
In 1997, Traci Bingham was the only Black woman on the hit show Baywatch. She was our Pamela Anderson, but even better. And she proved that with a full frontal spread in Playboy. Jaw. Drop.
Eugene went from “America’s Next Top Model” to Playboy’s Miss December. Can’t really call it a glow up, if you’ve always been shining!
Fancy to her talents to Playboy in 2007 and doubled down on her screen name. On “The Jamie Foxx Show” Garcelle played the classy Francesca Monroe — in Playboy she played the sexy siren and it deserved an Academy Award.
The list wouldn’t be complete without this brown skin beauty! Robin Givens owned the 90s — her big screen and small screen appealed to the masses and her beauty was undeniable. So, it was no surprise that Playboy came ‘a calling. And it was also no surprise that Givens killed it.
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