Waka Flocka Flame just wrapped his second PETA campaign, and it’s extra cute. Last year the rapper stripped down and got naked for the animal right’s group, under the tagline, “Ink Not Mink,” and this time he’s teamed up with the Atlanta Humane Society to encourage others to stop abusing animals. How sweet.

While I’m certainly not a fan of PETA and their over-the-top tactics, I have to give it to them. They constantly get celebs, and even those in the hip hop community, to champion their cause.

Now…if only women (or black men) could get the same amount of support from the likes of Waka Flocka, Russell Simmons, and Sean Kingston, we might be able to avoid situations like The Game’s entourage groping a woman on stage or the rash of black-on-black homicides in many of our communities.

Imagine that.


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  • Tonton Michel

    Makes sense on his part, he makes money off of disrespecting and advocating violence in the black community. No money to be made off doing the same to puppies, go figure.

    • “No money to be made off doing the same to puppies, go figure.”

      Not unless you’re a dogfighter, LULZ!!!

    • Tonton Michel

      Than that ad with Wacka would have turned into a call for a lynch mob.

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