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Ne-Yo 'Amazed' By Vegan Hamburger

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Last week we wrote about Ne-Yo’s new year’s resolution to go vegan to improve his self-discipline and to help protect animals from cruelty. One might ask a week into his new plant based ways, how’s it going? Based on his twitter feed, we’d venture to guess that it’s going quite well.

The singer, who had asked fans for recipe and snack suggestions on new year’s day, gave an enthusiastic thank you to his vegan fans and wrote, “Y’all are the best!! With support like this, maybe this won’t be that hard…”

As for what he’s now eating, Ne-Yo tweeted:

We’re dying to know where he had his burger and if it was house made or store bought, but mostly we’re excited he’s enjoying his healthy and cruelty free diet.

 

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  • nicolefrancise

    Rock on, Ne-Yo!! anyone looking for delicious plant-based recipes, check out chooseveg.com

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