Southern rapper Waka Flocka Flame continued his new PETA campaign by letting everyone know the motivation he has to do it. Waka says that he has tons of love for his own animals.
"I don't want anybody to beat my dog, scare my dog or whip my dog," he tells RumorFix exclusively, adding that he thought PETA was the perfect group to work with after spending sometime researching them. Our staff was the only media outlet allowed to shoot behind-the-scenes video of Waka's photo shoot. The rapper, known for the hit song "No Hands," stripped down naked for the PETA cameras, but our cameras were only allowed to capture the G-rated version of the shoot. Waka was wearing little more than his famous "Waka" gold necklace and other chains that were the target of a botched armed robbery attempt on February 16 in Charlotte, North Carolina. When asked what he thought about people wearing fur, he joked, "It's nasty. We don't do that! Ink not mink!" (RumorFix)
Waka Flocka – PETA Ink Not Mink Campaign