The FHM Philippines cover featured Bella with a couple of coloured models, with a note saying: 'Bela Padilla: Stepping out of the Shadows
Following the protests worldwide, the magazine was forced to scrap the cover that was tagged as 'racist', and has unveiled another one with just Bella on it. It now reads: 'Bela Padilla: 'I want to emerge with my own name.
Last December, Pakistani actress Veena Malik appeared on the Indian edition of FHM, wearing nothing but the tattoo bearing the initials ISI.Veena was quick to deny that she posed naked, insisting the picture had been 'morphed'
A few months back, another actress, Iranian Golshifteh Farahani, got banned from returning to her homeland after appearing naked in a photoshoot for Madame Le Figaro magazine
Government officials had reportedly told Farahani she is no longer welcome in Iran after posing naked in French news magazine. The actress is more familiar to us as nurse 'Aisha' who played the love interest of Roger Ferris (Leonardo DiCaprio) in Ridley Scott action thriller 'Body of Lies'
FHM came under fire once for naming androgynous male model Andrej Pejic as the 98th sexiest woman in the world, and had later apologized for referring to the Aussie model as a 'thing' online. On the model's online profile, posted on FHM's website, the 19-year-old was unkindly referred to as a 'blonde gender bender', a 'professional cross-dresser' and a 'thing
Meanwhile a much relieved Bella has tweeted on her page: "Summer is here!!! Why not make it a little bit hotter by grabbing