The recent KC Concepcion "Rogue" magazine cover photo has been decoded. Recently, the actress retweeted the magazine's tweet showing what the images on its cover really mean!
The new KC Concepcion cover of "Rogue" has been really heating up the internet, as the actress appears in a sultry shoot. Wearing a white swimsuit, she also has a snake and is holding a man's decapitated head, which is hopefully fake! Those props as well as several other interesting tidbits on the cover have led to an interesting dissection of what it may be saying.
The tweet from @RogueOnline asks for the person or people responsible for the decoding to please let them know:
"Whoever did this decoded version of our cover please get in touch with us. It's Amazing! We'd love to send you a prize"
That decoded picture has various red arrows pointing to certain aspects of the cover photo, including KC Concepcion's posterior. It's labeled appropriately as "ass" but gives the definition "a state of being foolish or stupid." Surely they're not referring to the actress here.
Also deciphered in the photo is the snake, which is defined as "a reptilian representation of treachery and deceit." Then there's the decapitation which is defined as "capital punishment for noblemen guilty of treason or betrayal." There are several recent actresses who come to mind who this symbol might apply to in terms of their controversial magazine photos.
Whoever came up with this on Twitter was able to attach some really clever symbolism to KC Concepcion's sexy "Rogue" magazine cover photo. It almost seems to be a direct statement towards Veena Malik and other international actresses who posed nude, if one thinks about it. Malik was embroiled in recent controversy from her homeland of Pakistan after appearing topless or nude on FHM India magazine. She was disowned by her dad and officials in her country were outraged. See the symbolism?
It's almost like Concepcion is saying you can be sexy, show a little skin, and make a serious statement without getting fully naked and upsetting your home country. Imagine that!
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