PETA Goes After Beyonce for Wearing Animal Skin Outfit

 BHR HollyWood Reports Beyoncé is the source of PETA's ire, for the second time in as many weeks, for the leather body suit she wore at the Super Bowl.

PETA Goes After Beyonce for Wearing Animal Skin Outfit
 The outfit that caused the controversy was designed by Rubin Singer. According to inside Sources Beyoncé's  body suit took a team of 14 workers and over 200 man-hours to complete. The team created the ensemble from python, paneled iguana, trapunto-pick stitched leather, nylon, metal, plastic and silk.

With three different types of animal skin, it's no wonder than Beyoncé  grabbed PETA attention. A displeased PETA told inside Sources, "We would take a bet that if Beyoncé watched our video exposés...she'd probably not want to be seen again in anything made of snakes, lizards, rabbits, or other animals who died painfully. Today's fashions are trending toward humane vegan options, and Beyoncé's Super Bowl outfit missed the mark on that score."
Beyonce & PETA
This is the second outfit that Beyoncé  has worn on National TV that has irked the animal rights organization. Just last month PETA took issue with the Christian Dior mink coat that Beyoncé  wore to President Obama's inauguration.

While Beyoncé  and PETA continue to clash, the organization did have positive things to say about someone else at the super bowl. PETA posted on their website, "Terrell Suggs is Our Super Bowl MVP." Just last month the Ravens linebacker tried to draw attention for PETA's cause by saying, "I hit people for a living, and even I couldn't bear just to handle the cruelty to these animals. ... If you can endure through 10 seconds of the video, you gotta watch it."

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