Blu Cigs President Won’t Confirm Product in Sex Tape
In response to a surge of inquiries, blu Cigs president Jason Healy said he will not confirm the speculation by Gawker.com that the mystery cigarette in the Eric Dane/Rebecca Gayheart sex tape which emitted a blue ember but didn’t burn was in fact ...
“Our client records are confidential. We respect the privacy of all our clients, not only high profile ones.”
Blu Cigs are known for the distinctive blue light that glows when the cigarette is drawn on. They have become popular with smokers in the film, television and music industries as they can be used in indoor no (tobacco) smoking environments such as sound stages and recording studios as there is no ash and the vapor emitted won’t bother non-smokers and will not harm sensitive equipment.
Healy adds, “With current and stricter new restrictions coming on the use of traditional cigarettes, blu Cigs provide smokers with a better alternative cigarette experience without the bothersome secondhand smoke.”
In response to whether an electronic cigarette such as blu is safe for use in a bathtub, Healy said, “While we would not recommend use in an environment like that, there’s no problem if it were dropped in the water. It would have to be dried out sufficiently before using again.”
“Blu has only been on the market for a few months but the demand has been so overwhelming that we’ve really been trying to stay out of the news,” said Healy.
“While I’m not saying it is our product, it would’ve have been better for us, if not Ms. Gayheart and Mr. Dane as well, if this tape hadn’t come out.”
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