It’s not April Fools’, comedian Luenell poses nude for ‘Penthouse’

Luenell poses nude for Penthouse (Photo source: Instagram/@Luenell)
Luenell poses nude for Penthouse (Photo source: Instagram/@Luenell)

Luenell is one of the most well-known Black female comediennes in the business; she is now taking her turn as a nude model for Penthouse. The star is being featured in this week’s Penthouse as part of the magazine’s April Fools issue.

Luenell is a well-recognized face on the big screen, TV, and stage for her craft. She has become a true force of comedy and has maintained her razor sharp edge and wit. Her film appearances include Borat, Think like a Man Too, School Dance and the horror film Matthew 18 with fellow comedian Faizon Love. Luenell has gone beyond the stereotype of the Black female comic by reasserting her powerful brand of comedy. On being a female comic, she states, “We’re almost the invisible entertainer; people see us but they don’t really know our names.”

Luenell poses nude for Penthouse (Photo source: Instagram/@Luenell)
Luenell poses nude for Penthouse (Photo source: Instagram/@Luenell)

Well, we can’t miss her now, as a series of pictures appeared on her Instagram account with the star in various poses of undress as she proves thick, curvy women have sex appeal. It’s not a joke, although some of her pictures might be humorous to some.

Fellow comedian Arsenio Hall appeared on the Tom Joyner Morning Show and said, “If Luenell is nude before the first day of spring, it’s going to be a Nubian New Year.” He went on to say, “When I first saw the pictures, one tear came out of my eye (like Denzel in Glory) and I went to my bedroom alone … she did it for me.”

Arsenio was asked if anything surprised him and he said, “I expected her to have a higher a–…She got plenty of a–, but it don’t have that altitude I was looking for…I loved the touch of graffiti on her back, it looked like the old Fresh Prince logo.”

Arsenio Hall changed his Twitter profile to Luenell (Photo Source: Twitter/@ArsenioHall)
Arsenio Hall changed his Twitter profile to Luenell (Photo source: Twitter/@ArsenioHall)

Luenell was reportedly asked about the comments she received and she said, “I hated the comments ‘That was so brave of you.’ That’s not what you want to hear”

Mo Barnes
Mo Barnes

Maurice "Mo" Barnes is a graduate of Morehouse College and Political Scientist based in Atlanta. Mo is also a Blues musician. He has been writing for Rolling Out since 2014. Whether it means walking through a bloody police shooting to help a family find justice or showing the multifaceted talent of the Black Diaspora I write the news.



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