Moby Sports New Ink For Animal Rights — Vegan Shows Off Neck And Arm Tattoos
Singer and musician Moby is showing off his new ink and he's getting plenty of mixed reactions. Moby is an avid animal rights activist and he even released an album called Animal Rights in 1996 . He owns the LA vegan restaurant Little Pine and has been a vegan for over 30 years. He uses his social media platforms to raise awareness on subjects relating to the cruelty of animals and whenever an organization is in need of celebrity support for vegan and animal rights issues they can count on Moby.
Now Moby is showing the world that he is thoroughly committed to the vegan cause and has the tattoos to prove it.
Moby has the words "Vegan For Life" tattooed on his neck and the words "Animal Rights" tattooed on his arms.
Moby shared a photo of his arms and explained that the animal rights tattoo was in honor of his 32nd year anniversary being a vegan.
Here is the caption that Moby shared with the photo of his tattoos.
"As November is my 32 year vegan anniversary i thought i’d get a tattoo (well, technically 12 tattoos) to celebrate. I’m a vegan animal rights activist for many reasons, but ultimately because i believe at the core of my being that every animal has the right to live their own life, according to their own will." [email protected] @highvoltagetat #veganforlife #animalrights
On World Vegan Day, Moby celebrated by showing off his neck tattoo that says "Vegan For Life." You may see the caption Moby shared along with the photo of his neck below.
"Happy world vegan day. I became a vegan in 1987, and even though over 100 billion animals are killed by and for humans every year I’m still amazed at how much progress we have made. We have so much work to do, but I wanted to say thank you for being kind, compassionate, and tireless in your activism. Vegan for health. Vegan for the climate. Vegan for the environment. But mainly: Vegan For The Animals. #worldveganday #veganforlife"
What do you think of Moby's new tattoos? Fellow animal rights activists and vegans have been praising his boldness and are leaving plenty of positive feedback on his posts.
There have been some negative comments from those who aren't vegan and don't understand Moby's passion behind the cause. What do you think?