We told you about teen queen Selena Gomez spray painting horses with pink dye as part of the music video for ”I Love You Like A Love Song,” and the subsequent outrage from celebs and animal rights groups.
Well, it looks like Gomez got the message, as she is removing clips of the animals from the video all together.
The Humane Society was on set during filming and saw no cruelty to animals, as the dye used was, “A non-toxic, vegetable-based powder paint was applied via an airbrush and removed with water.” But that didn’t stop other animal rights groups from responding, and activist/singer Pink even took to her Twitter to speak out against the move.
“If there are any animal activists around Malibu-at Leo Cabrillo State Beach, there are horses being painted for a stupid music video,” she tweeted. “Artists should be more aware and responsible for their actions.”
It has been reported that Gomez wasn’t even aware that the horses were being spray painted until she arrived on set, where she saw reps from The Humane Society and didn’t question the actions. Either way, all evidence of the event is now being edited from the video— a wise move, as we’re certain the hell hath no fury like an activist scorned.
Via Vegetarian Star