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The Green Quote: Kelis Is Proud To Wear Real Fur — We Vomit!

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kelis6“I feel very strongly about a lot of things such as the sweatshops that spin cotton and the blood on their hands. Btw it’s not just the look of fur. It’s warm as hell and feels glorious, ever rubbed faux fur on your body? Nothing luxurious about that. Then the letter proceeded to name artist and designers who don’t wear real fur. Great! More for me! I don’t judge them, don’t judge me.”

Kelis blabbing about how proud she is to wear real fur. Gross, gross and gross. It’s no secret that Ecorazzi has been and will always be totally anti-fur. Besides being a byproduct of animal cruelty, the fur industry is way crappy for Mother Earth.  Our pal Simon Reyes recently took to GlobalGrind.com to share her thoughts on Kelis’ response. We think you should check it out!

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