PETA Calls Out Lady Gaga’s Fur And Rihanna’s Snakeskin

If there’s one organization that goes about everything the wrong way, it’s PETA.

The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sometimes seem more interested in drawing attention to themselves and pointing fingers at celebrities than helping the wild, feathered and furred.

PETA’s latest beef (or tofu) is with the snakeskin boots Rihanna wore last week, and Lady Gaga‘s closet full of fur coats. The extremists called the two pop stars “freaks.”

“Wearing reptile skin is creepy and callous, and it makes her look even more out of touch. She and Lady Gaga seem so desperate to be freaks instead of recognized for their talents that you have to wonder if they realize that they are being laughed at,” PETA told the Daily Express. 

These bully tactics are ineffective, and their president and co-founder’s bizarre behavior is distracting. Her will, for instance, asks that “the meat” of her body be used for a “human barbecue.” 

Everyone knows human barbecue makes everyone hungry for animal meat, specifically bacon.

Jokes aside, PETA needs to go to the root of the problem – fur farmers and meat poachers – not clueless We-Found-Love-in-a-Hopeless-Bad-Umbrella-Romance singers.

2 thoughts on “PETA Calls Out Lady Gaga’s Fur And Rihanna’s Snakeskin

  1. I am against wearing any animal fur or skins. I would not called the singers freaks though…But they obviously don’t give a damn about animals even though Lady Gaga is holding a dog… I would instead call her Cruella Deville.


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