Waka Flocka Flame Stands For PETA: Snapback Edition

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Waka Flocka Flame Stands For PETA: Snapback Edition

Obviously it’s very hard to imagine Juaquin Malphurs aka Waka Flocka Flame has a soft spot for animals. Sticking his word, Flocka has chosen PETA to represent the Red and Black version of his collaboration with SEA for this charitable snapback cap. If you haven’t heard, David Baron and Zeshan Muhammed launched the SEA brand in college with a mission of giving back to charities. The duo got creative by making each color represent a different charity, and spreading the word through “crowdsourced campaigns.”

Please don’t underestimate Baron and Muhammed. Both have worked with many artists including Pittsburgh rapper, Mac Miller. Therefore, it’s no surprise for them to be working with Flocka for this snapback cap campaign. Flocka quotes, “I’m an artist who came up because of support from my friends, fans and family. The fact that SEA can connect all of them to a cause that will touch people in the hood, people who are underprivileged, and people who have limitations to sharing their gift moves me. My chance came. Now it’s time to use that chance to help someone else.” Well said.

This all relates to PETA because “Atlanta-based Brick Squad hip-hop artist Waka Flocka Flame never stops when it comes to raising awareness about animal protection. In advance of his sophomore album Triple F Life: Friends, Fans & Family, Waka earns a “Round of Applause” from animals everywhere for his second PETA ad, which is aimed at stopping chaining, fighting, and other abuse of dogs. Waka’s adorable co-star in the ad is Daphna, a rescued dog from the Atlanta Humane Society who is named after PETA’s vice president of cruelty investigations.”

But enough of the chit chatter. You want to purchase a snapback to help your local canine, just start by clicking HERE. Check out the video below take a behind the scenes look with Flocka… BOW BOW BOW!



By | 2012-03-14T04:14:16+00:00 March 14th, 2012|Music, News|0 Comments