Animal Rights

Chad Ochocinco's Anti-Fur Ad for PETA

| by PETA

By Jeff Mackey

To be honest, I haven't paid much attention to the NFL since Barry Sanders stunned the football world and retired, but even I know about Chad Ochocinco. Now, the Cincinnati Bengals' mighty Number 85 has become the latest star to bare his impressive physique—and tats, of course—for PETA's "Ink, Not Mink" campaign. 

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How bare? Well, since this is a family-friendly blog, here's the PG version:

 
 
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People were so furious about this Pepsi ad that Pepsi pulled it after just one day. Watch it here and decide if it's offensive:

So why does The Ultimate Catch want you to reject fur? "To tell you the truth, when I was younger growing up, I thought it was all fake―they didn't really kill animals," Chad said. "So once I found out what really happens, I had the opportunity to do this, so I really wanted to become part of it. "But I wanted to get involved with the campaign basically because I'm an avid animal lover. You know, I have pets of my own―I've had them since I was a little kid. Animals always want to pick you up, no matter what."