Kid Ink Teams Up with PETA2 for Ink, Not Mink Campaign
You don't have to worry about Kid Ink dragging any minks on the floor -- he's against animal cruelty. The Los Angeles rapper is the newest artist to joined PETA2's Ink, Not Mink campaign.
The 26-year-old tattooed rhymer is featured in the ad, shirtless and grabbing his diamond chain necklaces. The tagline reads, "Be comfortable in your own skin and let animals keep theirs."
Kid Ink is the proud owner of two dogs -- Louie and Roxie -- so the choice to refrain from wearing fur is an easy decision. "As much as I just love my pets and animals. I could never think of my dog getting skinned or anything happening to him," he says. "Why wouldn't I compare that to a rabbit, or a fox, or any other animal with a brain and a heart?"
Although many of his fellow rap peers love to wear fur (*cough* Tyga), the 'Bad Ass' rapper would rather wear faux fur instead because it's cheaper and it prevents more animals from being killed for their hides.
Other celebrities that have joined PETA2's Ink, Not Mink campaign include rappers Waka Flocka Flame and Travie McCoy, plus, NBA superstar Amar'e Stoudermire.
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Watch Kid Ink's Interview With PETA2