Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame, adorned in nothing more than a jewel-encrusted Fozzie Bear chain, stands boldly nude in a new ad by PETA which proclaims "Ink not Mink."
Waka is actually the first rapper to pose for the animal rights organization, which is known for their radical promotion of animal rights. They frequently run ad campaigns featuring celebs naked, proclaiming they won't wear fur. This latest ad campaign "Ink not Mink" seems to target a more urban crowd, featuring heavily tattooed celebrities like Mario, Gilbert Arenas, and Chad Ochocinco.
Targeting black people to stop wearing fur makes sense for PETA, but the question is: will it work?