Chasity Samone accomplished her Childhood Goal by Being the Centerfold in the Magazine’s Equality Issue
Chasity Samone has always dreamt of being in Playboy after seeing Naomi Campbell on the cover with a giant chocolate Playboy bunny. Now, the model has accomplished her goal as she is the magazine’s February Playmate in their Equality issue.
In a statement, the 28-year-old model said, “I was very young when I saw my first Playboy magazine, and I knew in that instance that I wanted to be in it. I found every avenue to make sure I would be in it.”
One of the reasons, she wanted to be featured in the publication so that young women across the world can see her on the pages and know that their ambitions are possible too.
Samone further said, “Although growing up I didn’t see a lot of women that looked like me, I still knew I was going to change that and or be a part of that change. Representation means so much to me, so I couldn’t let it turn into fear. I hope to inspire young women by working hard. … If they see me do it, they can be there too. I want them to know that anything is attainable if you work for it.”
Further she said, “I watched my dad work and I was motivated by the people around me. My peers pushed me when I felt any type of doubt. I surround myself with like-minded people and we help each other push through.”
Besides modeling for Playboy, Samone has also graced the runway for fashion designers like Michael Costello and has also worked alongside musical artists, including Miley Cyrus, A$AP Ferg, and Pusha T.
He further said, “I wasn’t a fashion girl at first, but becoming a model has totally changed my perspective on clothes and dressing up in general. It’s a mindset and a lifestyle and I love it.”
The model now feels self-assured after getting glam. “I feel my best when I’m on set after hair and makeup. When you look good, you feel good,” she explains.
Talking about her next avenue, Samone said, “I hope to be on a big screen in the near future. I’m taking acting classes now to prep for anything that’s coming my way. Later, I’m going to become a city councilwoman for the city of Dallas, my birthplace.”