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Waka Flocka Flame Joins PETA's 'Ink Not Mink' Campaign

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Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame is the next in line to strip down to nothing and bare it all for PETA’s “Ink Not Mink” campaign.

The southern hip-hop artist is best known for his single “No Hands,” and has gone on record saying, “Animals should be treated the same as you would a kid. Would you want someone just to walk up and skin your kid? Hell no!”

Pretty solid way to put things into perspective!

For Waka Flocka, tattooing your body is a better option than wearing something created from harming an animal. And that’s why he feels so compelled to pose for a naked PETA ad. But he’s not the only one, lately a lot of male celebs have been coming forward to endorse the “Ink Not Mink” campaign, including NFL stars Willis McGahee and Chad Ochocinco.

Keep up the good work fellas!

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