KC Concepcion ROGUE Magazine cover features Coco and a "Piolo" look-alike

KC Concepcion goes daring in Rogue Magazine's January to February 2012 issue.

KC Concepcion Rogue Magazine Jan-Feb 2012 issue

This latest Rogue mag cover shows KC Concepcion in her sexiest state ever, doing a back pose as KC carries a snake and a severed head of a man.

And the said cover has instantly become controversial the moment it was released earlier today.

It has become one of the netizens' favorite topics this day, as they make own interpretations of the cover.

KC Concepcion had a very controversial breakup late last year with hunk actor Piolo Pascual, and according to some netizens, the severed head in the Rogue magazine cover looks like Piolo and the snake allegedly symbolizes the 3rd party in their breakup.

They also gave interpretations on KC's back pose, but I'd rather not write it down here. (Lol. It's kinda "bastos".)

KC Concepcion's Rogue cover invited further discussions among online users when Mark Nicdao, photographer of the said cover, posted on Twitter that they welcome any interpretations of the cover.

"The cover is open for interpretation. Up to you what you want to see," said Nicdao on Twitter (@marknicdao).

Rogue Magazine has also revealed on its Twitter account (@rougeonline) that the snake in the cover is a python owned by KC herself and is named as Coco.

This is how Rogue gives credits for the cover:

"Shot by Mark Nicdao, styled by Pam Quiñones, makeup by Juan Sarte, snake by KC Concepcion and severed head by some friends of ours :)"

Other than the cover and photos inside, KC's interview feature in the magazine is also interesting as she's interviewed by writer/director Jose Javier Reyes. Did KC say something explosive in there?

KC Concepcion's Rogue Magazine cover is out in newsstands now.

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