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Eva Chen Is Proof Of Being Lucky

Eva Chen shows us just how to dismiss rumours and silence critics in what has to be the classiest and coolest way ever! Find out all the details here.

Source: Eva Chen Instagram

Source: Eva Chen Instagram

Earlier this week, Page Six  had published a story which stated Condé Nast had started preparation to “finally” shut down Lucky magazine, after years of circulated rumours and an Anna Wintour-directed overhaul and editorial musical chairs at the title.

Page Six continued their accusations by stating that Eva ChenLucky’s current editor-in-chief who debut her first issue in September, will be moving desks back to Teen Vogue – Chen had previously served as beauty director. With these gossip fuelled claims also suggesting that Teen Vogue EIC Amy Astley would be replacing Cindi Leive at Glamour. Condé Nast denied the rumours, and Chen as well, who did not stand for the allegations and denied the rumours when title came under attack.

Chen sent out an email to her Lucky staff, remaining upbeat and dismissed the gossip as “recycled rumours from years past.”  She highlighted the growth in the magazine sales numbers, with the May 2014 issue rising by nearly 20% and included that subscriptions rose by three percent from December 2012 to December 2013.

Chen then summed up her note in what can be said is definitely one of the classiest ways to put rumours to rest; “haters are going to hate”, and followed with an attached YouTube link to P.Diddy‘s most notorious anthems, “Bad Boys For Life”, which declares in all of its modesty, “We ain’t going nowhere, we can’t be stopped now”, etc. Message received loud and clear Eva Chen.

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