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Entertainment Moby gets another shocking animal rights tattoo

00:50  13 november  2019
00:50  13 november  2019 Source:   wonderwall.com

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The world famous musician and self professed animal lover, Moby recently added some new ink to his body and it's making us scratch our heads. We don't know what to think. And while looking up info on this story we found another image from last month when Moby got another tattoo , vegan for life.

Moby Just Got ANIMAL RIGHTS Tattooed on Both of His Arms. On Instagram, Moby says he decided to get the tattoo because, "As November is my 32 year vegan anniversary i thought i’d get a tattoo (well, technically 12 tattoos ) to celebrate." "Mobes. You’re a f***ing badass," another posted.

Moby is wearing his heart on his sleeve.

Just a few months after getting a statement tattoo on his neck pertaining to his vegan lifestyle, the singer showed off new ink on Instagram on Nov. 12. The words "ANIMAL" and "RIGHTS" now appear in huge block letters running the length of his arms.

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"As November is my 32 year vegan anniversary i thought i'd get a tattoo (well, technically 12 tattoos) to celebrate," he captioned the Instagram picture of the startling tattoo. "I'm a vegan animal rights activist for many reasons, but ultimately because i believe at the core of my being that every animal has the right to live their own life, according to their own will."

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Moby 's new animal rights tattoo . “As November is my 32 year vegan anniversary i thought i’d get a tattoo (well, technically 12 tattoos ) to celebrate,” Moby explained in an Instagram post revealing his new tattoos .

Now, Moby has posted an image of himself with the words ‘ Animal Rights ’ inked across his arms in huge letters. The star explained that he got the new tattoo He concluded his post with the hashtags #veganforlife and # animalrights . You can see the image above. “ Moby you are on another level

The tattoo, he implied, was done by fellow vegan and famed tattoo artist Kat Von D.

This isn't Moby's only shocking tattoo, as he showed off a new neck tattoo in September.

Moby wearing glasses posing for the camera: Moby attends the L.A. Dance Project Gala at Hauser and Wirth in Los Angeles on Oct. 19, 2019. © MediaPunch/Shutterstock Moby attends the L.A. Dance Project Gala at Hauser and Wirth in Los Angeles on Oct. 19, 2019.

"VEGAN FOR LIFE," the tattoo, also done by Kat Von D, read.

"I've been a vegan for almost 32 years, so getting this tattoo seemed like a pretty safe bet," he captioned his Instagram photo at the time. "Also, working for animal rights and animal liberation is my life's work. And to state the obvious, it's a double entendre."

In a 2014 opinion piece in Rolling Stone, Moby opened up about his decision to go vegan in 1987, which began after he looked at his rescued cat Tucker.

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Musician and longtime animal rights activist Moby revealed his new "Vegan for Life" tattoo , done by tattooist Kat Von D, on Instagram. “I’ve been a vegan for almost 32 years, so getting this tattoo seemed like a pretty safe bet,” he wrote. According to Moby , it has a deeper meaning: “Also, working

But for Richard Melville Hall – better known as Moby – his veganism has lasted a full 32 years. As November is my 32 year vegan anniversary i thought i’d get a tattoo (well, technically 12 tattoos ) to celebrate. I’m a vegan animal rights activist for many reasons, but ultimately because i believe at the

"I love this cat. I would do anything to protect him and make him happy and keep him from harm. He has four legs and two eyes and an amazing brain and an incredibly rich emotional life. I would never in a trillion years think of hurting this cat," he said. "So why am I eating other animals who have four (or two) legs, two eyes, amazing brains, and rich emotional lives?"

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