Seven words I never thought I’d type. In campaign called “Ink, Not Mink,” Ravens running back Willis McGahee has become the latest pro athlete to show off his tattoos in a PETA ad to help fight animal abuse.
PETA’s website has a post detailing the promotion back in December, for the ad which has just been released.
We’re excited to announce that Willis McGahee is joining the roster of PETA All-Stars who are helping to fight animal abuse—a lineup that already includes top athletes such as Tony Gonzalez, Ron Artest, Michael Strahan, and Chad Ochocinco. The ravishing Baltimore Ravens running back heated up Baltimore this week when he posed in the buff for PETA’s “Ink, Not Mink” campaign!
You can’t make this stuff up.
Hmmm, no animal skin, huh? I guess that is a synthetic leather football he's holding?!?! Maybe PETA should have thought about that before they approved the ad! Doh!!!
Reading comprehension hard. What difference animal cruelty and vegetarian? Me like football. Me eat meat.
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Google is your friend idiot. They sell to same synthetic footballs at walmart where you work
I think the picture is beautiful but I'm not giving up meat!
Yummy. He sure looks good.
Looking good, McGahee. Dee Lish shus – I must say. I love my men like i like my coffee – dark, black, hot and strong. You can fill my cup Willis.
@MGW – In another article is was specified that the football is synthetic NOT pigskin.
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