Masuimi Max was a popular Playboy model who has been found dead in her home, on 25 January 2024. She died in her home early morning. She created incredible art and was outstanding in her beauty. She starred with Ice Cube and Samuel L. Jackson in the uncredited role of ‘xXx: State of the Union’. Over the years, she went to several parties at the Playboy house.
She had a successful career spanning two decades. From 2000 to the present, she has been featured in several magazines, such as Maxim, Playboy and Bizarre Magazine. The model appeared to be in excellent spirits in her most recent Facebook post which was she made on January 15, 2024. Her Facebook bio read as, ‘I’m just an angel living in a nightmare.’
Who Was Masuimi Max Married With?
Masuimi Max was married with Morat, a professional photographer. She was previously married with Allen Falkner. Both of her marriages were ended within a year. She had no kids from any of her marriages.
Masuimi Max Height
Masuimi Max’s height was 5 feet 5 inches tall (1.7 m). She was born on 12 March 1978 in Jacksonville, Arkansas. She was 45 years old, at the time of her death. She had several tattoos on both of her arms.
Tributes From Fans Poured
Fans were sharing their condolences on social media and expressing their deep sorrow over the loss of their beloved celebrity. Messages of love and support flooded the internet as fans reminisced about the impact the celebrity had on their lives.
One of her fan wrote, “I’ve known you since high school. You said you were going to be somebody, and you became someone extraordinary! Even when we were roommates you were so much fun to be around. As eccentric as you appeared in your breathtaking photoshoots, you were one of the most chill, down to earth people I ever met. Rest in power, Masumi ❤️🤘😥”
Another user wrote, “Hey, I know we never met. And I never interacted with you. But I’ve been a member in the vintage and pinup community for years, and always admired your fierceness, and no apologies take on life. You were super talented, and a true loss.Hey, I know we never met. And I never interacted with you. But I’ve been a member in the vintage and pinup community for years, and always admired your fierceness, and no apologies take on life. You were super talented, and a true loss. Rest in peace.”