VIDEO: Waka Flocka Flame Strips Down for 'Ink, Not Mink' PETA Ad

Waka Flocka Flame, the artist responsible for the hit song "No Hands," is appearing with no clothes as the star of a series of ads for People for the Ethnical Treatment of Animals.

In one, under his naked (except for a very carefully placed giant necklace) tattoo-covered body, the poster reads, "Be comfortable in your own skin, and let animals keep theirs." Another says, "F—- Fur."

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There's also a "tame" version, shot from a different angle and made decent by itty-bitty boxer briefs instead of dangling bling.

As far as we know, people haven't exactly felt the same urgency to see this guy in the buff as they have been to get the DJ to play his music (more traditional sex symbol PETA celebs include Pamela Anderson, Chad Ochocinco and the Lingerie Football League ladies), but his passion for ending animal cruelty does seem authentic. Listen to his video explanation here:

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