Singer Moby Just Got A 'Vegan For Life' Tattoo On His Neck
Vegan activism has been going on for several years now, with millions around the world deciding to take up the meat and dairy-free lifestyle.
There are some who try to recruit as many people as possible to the vegan brand because it's thought to be better for the environment. There are also loads who just keep to themselves.
Vegans have also staged plenty of protests and demonstrations around the world to keep their message going forward. But singer Moby has decided to make his activism permanent with a glaring tattoo on his neck declaring his lifestyle.
'Vegan For Life' has been inked onto the 'Porcelain' singer's neck to let the world know that he is definitely going to keep the lifestyle until his dying breath.
Writing on Instagram, where he debuted the new look, Moby said: "I've been a vegan for almost 32 years, so getting this tattoo seemed like a pretty safe bet.
"Also, working for animal rights and animal liberation is my life's work. And to state the obvious, it's a double entendre...thank you."
We're still trying to work out what the double entendre is. Is it the EFL that lines up in the tattoo design? Maybe the ARE that also lines up? Maybe Moby didn't mean double entendre when he wrote this Instagram post?
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There's no denying that Moby is a dedicated vegan, having opened his own restaurant in 2015 that caters specifically to those wanting meat and dairy-free meals.
But he's not the only one to ink his body in a very viewable spot in the name of veganism.
Kate Bullen - or Kate Alice as she's known - posted a photo of her facial tattoo on social media, saying: "Got a suicide awareness and vegan tattoo today, love em."
"I chose to get this tattoo as I'm incredibly passionate about veganism and know I'll be vegan for life," Kate told LADbible.
"Of course the tattoo on my face received quite a lot of negative reactions because people seem to get upset when they see the word 'vegan'.
"I believe this upset comes from a feeling of defensiveness because I encourage them to think about the consequences of their actions.
"Also I've had a lot of comments saying I'm unemployable which doesn't matter to me since I've been self-employed since I was 18 and it's easy to cover with make up and a fringe.
She said that the tattoo artist that inked her, Jordan McCrea, has also received criticism.
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