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Sir Paul McCartney Shares His Beef With Beef With Stephen Colbert

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You gotta love this guy! Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney recently appeared on The Colbert Report and had some interesting things to say about the  Dalai Lama, cannibalism and of course…vegetarianism. 

At one point Colbert asked McCartney what his beef with beef was. McCartney responded: 

“I’ve got this thing about like animals have got a right to live on this earth and we shouldn’t kill them and eat them. The Dalai Lama is with me on this.”

Wait a tick! Didn’t Sir Paul get angry with the Dalai Lama earlier this year when he learned that the Buddhist leader was partaking in meals of meat for “health reasons?” Maybe the Dalai Lama’s changed his omnivorous ways? Anyone got an update?

Check out the video below and listen to Paul in his own words!

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