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PETA Goes 0-100 On Drake, Wants Him To End Partnership With Canada Goose

PETA Goes 0-100 On Drake, Wants Him To End Partnership With Canada Goose

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Less than a week after declaring he’s a vegetarian, Drake has PETA coming for him hard for not ending his partnership with outerwear brand Canada Goose.

During a Twitch stream last week where Drake revealed himself to not eating meat anymore, PETA follows that confession up with one of their own: “Drake could do better.” In what way, you wonder? Well, according to an open letter written by PETA, the activist group is hammering Drizzy over his continued support and partnership with outerwear brand Canada Goose, and they want it to end immediately.

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“Canada Goose touts a fake love for the environment yet kills ducks and geese for their down and uses painful steel traps to catch wild coyotes,” they wrote. Later, PETA would go on to mention that Goose’s strategy is “definitely not part of God’s Plan.” Cheeky, you gotta respect it. The letter also details vividly how Canada Goose allegedly traps coyotes and bludgeons them in order to make their coats.

“The company also uses painful steel traps to catch wild coyotes — who pray to make it back in one piece to their families but instead suffer and are killed in horrible ways so that their fur can go around someone’s neck,” the letter continued.

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PETA was slick with the words on this one, as they suggested to Drake that he “could do better,” playing off his popular Take Care track “Marvin’s Room”. “We’re just saying, Drake: You could do better. There’s no excuse for an artist and role model of your caliber to disregard the acute suffering of these sensitive, feeling beings. Please cut ties with this company immediately, and moving forward, partner only with progressive brands that don’t harm animals.”

As of press time, Drake had not released a statement, but you can read PETA’s full open letter here.

SOURCE: Billboard



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