Last year, Waka Flocka Flame joined other artists like Mariah Carey, Lady Gaga and Pink for the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals' risqué "Ink Not Mink" campaign, and now the rapper has joined forces with the animal rights group for a second time. This time, he and PETA are fighting against taking aggression out on pets.
"If you're going through different stuff and you're feeling a certain way, an animal will always be the same way, no matter how you feel," he says. "An animal isn't going to curse you out, an animal ain't gon' fight you. It's going to show you nothing but love. Animals are just like you, so be cautious of what you do."
Check out the campaign at peta.org and hear what Waka Flocka has to say about chaining, fighting and abusing animals.
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