Crystal Hefner was famed for her playboy escapades. Crystal married Hugh Hefner in 2012 and remained with him until his death in 2017. Crystal has been trying to correct others’ perceptions of her since then, even announcing recently that she’s made a significant change in her life over the years.

According to her Instagram statement, she’s “removed everything fake from my body and deleted all my old photos.” Crystal explained that this choice was made after a comprehensive look at her history.

She added to the post, “As most of you know, I grew my following during my ‘Playboy’ years. Certain photos grow followings fast. In short, sex sells.

I don’t know whether I felt empowered by dressing scantily clad, showing cleavage, etc… or if I just felt it was expected of me or what… but now I can confidently and 100% proudly say, modesty is what empowers me these days, and because it feels so much better internally, it will probably be this way for the rest of my life. ”

She had assumed that this call would have an impact on her social media following. However, she quickly recognized that not everyone was following her because of her previous actions. Some followers genuinely admire her.

She said: “… Now my women followers are giving the men followers a run for their money. Now I truly feel I have an army of supporters that care and see an actual soul behind the lens. For that I thank you…”

She concluded her statement, writing::

“If you follow for insight into my past life, my new one, my travels, my health hurdles, lifestyle, you name it… thank you. I will make it my mission to try and help in all ways that I can while staying true to myself….”

Social media has become as essential to our lives as everything else is at this time. Crystal’s followers appreciate her willingness to be transparent and honest with them. It’s a lesson that everyone should consider.

It’s difficult to dispute that social media has gotten more powerful over time. The crew behind ‘’ thinks that people who share more selfies “reveal the excessive need for the recognition and approval of others, self-centeredness, vanity, and a penchant for narcissism.”

Social media has the ability to drastically change how things are going today, politically and otherwise. Social media influencers have the ability to persuade others, especially the younger generation. When they set their sights on being the finest versions of themselves and serving as a role model for others who follow and look up to them online, it is inspiring.

Crystal Hefner has made this decision because she believes it is better for her. But by doing so, she’s also inviting and encouraging us all to consider why we are on social media.

It’s sometimes never a bad idea to stop and ask ourselves why we’re doing this or that. Why we’re putting something on the internet if we know it’ll expose us?

It’s a difficult task to be genuine and truthful with ourselves. But will you accept the challenge to be truthful and honest on social media?