Animal rights has been given a new face in these Waka Flocka Flame PETA ads. The rapper is the organization's first hip-hop spokesman, letting it all hang out in an uncovered message condemning the purchase of pelts, furs and leather products.
The heavily tattooed activist/entertainer joins fellow supporters like Guns N' Roses' Duff McKagan and his wife, posing naked for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Each show off an alternative to poaching the skins of innocent creatures -- bearing the pain for beauty on your own epidermis.
Branded with the expression "Ink, Not Mink," the rapper slams animal cruelty, appearing in a video interview discussing his opinions. Too graphic to show here, the film that accompanies these Waka Flocka Flame PETA ads can be found on the organization's website.
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