The girls released softcore movies all under Viva Films , as well as a full-length album containing songs with double entendre and highly controversial meanings. The group rose to fame after the release of Hotstuff and Hotstuff 2 pornographic magazines, which created a stir in the early s. Their debut single "Bulaklak" was one of the most controversial and critically panned songs of the s, due to its double entendre and underlying sex themes. In the s, Viva Films had successfully molded screen favorites like Joyce Jimenez and Rica Peralejo , whose softcore movies raked in millions for the production company. Former teen star Maui Taylor and Kristine Jaca were among the first to join the group, after their breakthrough stint in the Metro Manila Film Festival entry, Tatarin. They were officially introduced to the public upon the release of the much-publicized Hotstuff magazine, with the inclusion of actress Andrea del Rosario. Hotstuff magazine sold extremely well during the first month it was issued, having , copies of the magazine sold in just four weeks, which forced Viva Entertainment to print 4,, copies for the rest of the year. After a dispute between the publishers regarding the photos used for the magazine, Taylor left the group to concentrate on a solo career.
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