Trinidadian and Ethiopian hip-hop model Angel Fershgenet updates one of the top-selling photos of World War II as she takes on the late actress Betty Grable’s iconic pose in this month’s Vibe Magazine.
Grable’s bathing suit photo became the number-one pin-up girl of the World War II era. Years later in an interview, Playboy founder Hugh Hefner says it was his inspiration for creating his magazine.
Meanwhile in the issue, DC native Fershgenet admits to being a serious speed demon. “I’m a reckless driver. I’ve had three traffic warrants in three different states since I’ve been driving [laughs],” says sexy beauty. “The fastest I’ve driven is 130 mph, and I think it was a Dodge Charger. I love speeding and cars. I get a serious rush. It’s ridiculous.”
No Angel, what’s ridiculous is that if Grable’s pose is considered iconic, what do we make of YOUR photo?
That my friends is truly displaying your “ass-ets!”
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