According to Hollywood celebrity gossip, RIHANNA and LADY GAGA were recently slammed by PETA for their love of fur, saying that the two pop stars are “so desperate to be freaks.”
Here we go again, folks.
Less than a month after starting a war with Lady Gaga (whom they called a “turncoat”) over her not-so-animal-friendly fashion choices, PETA released a statement about Rihanna, who has long since been a target for the animal rights group due to her liking for animal fur.
In recent celebrity news, LADY GAGA has just fired back at PETA and slammed them for their “violent, abusive, and childish campaigns.”
Lady Gaga, who was recently criticized by PETA for wearing fur, has just issued a statement in which she defends herself and her right to fashion…
The meat-wearing singer wrote:
LADY GAGA was recently slammed by PETA—over her sudden use of fur recently—by asking her: “Are you a turncoat?”
In a letter to Mother Monster, PETA Vice President Dan Mathews flat-out slammed the pop star that he had “long admired” by suggesting that she was a “turncoat” for claiming to be anti-fur but wore “fox and rabbit and with a wolf carcass” for her public appearances.
In recent star news, MARY-KATE and ASHLEY OLSEN are currently being bashed by PETA for the new fur and animal skin handbag that they recently unveiled from their luxury line, The Row.
JENNIFER LAWRENCE is the latest celebrity to get slammed by PETA, according to recent star news.
So what does PETA have against Katniss Everdeen?
Jennifer Lawrence, on the other hand, wasn’t as lucky.
It’s only been days since the single debuted, but PETA has already responded to KANYE WEST’s jab on his new song, “Theraflu.”
And, as usual, their response is pretty snarky.
Looks like the people at Theraflu Company aren’t the only ones who have a beef with Kanye’s new musical masterpiece…
When PETA heard Kanye West’s new single, they didn’t focus on the line about him falling in love with Kim Kardashian—which was the line that most celebrity gossip websites zeroed in on. The animal rights group focused on a line near the start of the song, which goes: