Ads For Waka Flocka’s PETA ‘Ink Not Mink’ Campaign Released
After enjoying the festivities of NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, Waka Flocka Flame stayed behind for a week because he had an important photoshoot to take care of -- the hyped PETA shoot for their "Ink Not Mink" campaign.
While it was unclear, initially, if the Georgia rapper was going to pose nude like celebrities participating for PETA previously, photos from the campaign finally hit the Internet this week ... and Waka definitely went butt-ass in support of the campaign.
The photos are part of PETA's new "Ink, Not Mink" campaign, in which they urge against the use of animal fur in clothing and other products.
"Understand where that fox fur came from before you spend $1,000 ... someone got their head beat in and electrocuted," Waka explains in an interview with PETA. "Understand what you buy, instead of just going off fashion and what it looks like-that's what I'd tell my community."
PETA released three different ads of Waka, via their official website, and have launched a contest giving away an autographed from Waka Flocka.
Two ads feature Waka completely nude, covering himself below the waste with his hands and jewelry, while one other features the rapper in simply shirtless.
For more info, visit PETA.org.
Waka is the first rapper to appear in the "Ink, Not Mink" ad campaign, but others have also teamed up with the organization as well, said reports -- including Chuck D, Common, Kid Sister, Mark Ronson, Travie McCoy, Murs, Masta Killa and Mario.