PETA has been accused of harassment, fat shaming, objectifying women and even making racist attacks against African-Americans yet those claims don’t stop celebrities from working with the organization.

Evelyn Lozada is the latest star to lend her celebrity to PETA’s cause, joining a long list of celebrities including Khloe Kardashian, Nia Long and recently, Wendy Williams. Lozada revealed she was compelled to pose for PETA after she watched video footage of animals on fur farms and saw firsthand how animals are mistreated to create fur. At that point, she decided to swear off fur for good.

The former fur-wearer, who has came to blows with various women on VH1’s “Basketball Wives” reality show, had this to say about animals’ tremendous suffering: “You can verbalize what happens to these animals a thousand times, but [when] you see it, it definitely clicks in—and it did for me.”

Evelyn was photographed in the nude by celebrity photographer Drexina Nelson for a holiday-themed ad featuring snowflakes and a caption urging shoppers not to buy fur.

What do you think of Evelyn’s PETA ad and her new cause, Clutchettes?

  • Ooh La La

    Why do people keep allowing these ratchets to extend their 15 minutes…

  • Love Sosa

    head butt

  • Rue

    yeah like she feels bad about mistreatment!
    a PETA pose like the croth-shot of the early 00s-every trashy “star” needs one.

  • http://gravatar.com/nolakiss16 binks

    But she (and a lot of others who posed for this campaign) still wear leather goods and uses handbags with exotic animal skin…o_O I just don’t understand PETA and never will. But PETA Campaigns have fallen off

    • Pseudonym

      I never even thought of that. Same for Wendy Williams.

      Plus, she wants to take a faux stand against animal cruelty, but throws champagne bottles across restaurants and jumps over table to clobber human beings?

  • LemonNLIme

    Hmmm… if she is anti-fur then maybe I should go out and buy a fur coat…

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