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Pamela Anderson Sending McConaughey A Letter Over Meat Ad

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Back in July, Matthew McConaughey took a gig promoting beef for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA). “We are certain once consumers hear it,” said a spokeswoman, “they will recognize the new voice for its endearing quality and it will reinforce their passion for beef and the protein body benefits it provides.”

Understandably, the ad received a bit of scorn from the vegetarian community. A little late to the game, but nonetheless concerned, Pamela Anderson is now planning on addressing McConaughey — through the mail. “He is so cute, how can he do that?” she tells Daily Star Sunday. ‘I’m going to send him a letter.’

Anderson made news recently after she called Jessica Simpson a “whore and a bitch” for her “Real Girls Eat Meat” tee. Simpson later remarked on the attack by PETA and Simspon saying, “They’re all about animals,” she says. “I love animals too but I definitely eat meat. I love vegetables but I could not be a vegetarian. I wish I could but I really do like meat. And yeah, I caught a lot from that but I just wore the shirt because I thought it was funny, I didn’t know that it was going to be so offensive to so many people. Oops.”

Ah, what a summer it’s been…

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