Moby shows HUGE animal rights tattoos & # 39; … two months after debuting bold ink & # 39; VEGAN FOR LIFE & # 39; in the neck
Moby is a long-time dedicated and vegan animal activist.
And the favorite of electronic music made that clear with his new giant ink.
The 54-year-old DJ celebrated his 32nd birthday as a vegan when he debuted & # 39; ANIMAL RIGHTS & # 39; in capital letters on the arms on Instagram.
"Since November is my 32-year vegan birthday, I thought I'd get a tattoo (well, technically 12 tattoos) to celebrate," wrote Moby – stage name Richard Melville Hall – Moby.
Dedicated: Moby has unveiled her new tattoos for "ANIMAL RIGHTS" on Instagram tuesday
& # 39; I am a vegan animal rights activist for many reasons, but ultimately because I believe that deep down in my being every animal has the right to live its own life according to its own will.
He then thanked fellow vegan tattoo artist Kat Von D for doing the work.
This is another addition to Moby's vegan tattoo collection.
Vegan: 54-year-old DJ (over October 19) celebrated his 32-year birthday of becoming vegan with ink
Declaration: Moby Tattooed & # 39; VEGAN FOR LIFE & # 39; on your neck in september
Moby has put & # 39; VEGAN FOR LIFE & # 39; around the neck in september.
Bodyrock's singer, 54, screened her at the Mercy For Animals 20th Anniversary Gala at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles over the weekend – and performed it on Instagram later.
The musician captioned the text: “I've been vegan for almost 32 years, so getting that tattoo felt like a pretty safe bet.
Ink: Bodyrock singer 54 showed on Instagram after
& # 39; Also, working for animal rights and liberation is the work of my life.
"And to say the obvious, it's a double sense …"
Kat Von D also got the Moby & # 39; Vegan for life & # 39; s tattoo.
She was on the American reality show LA Ink and is a well-known animal rights activist. She also has a make-up brand that is vegan and cruelty free.
Arty: The tattoo artist responsible for the ink was Kat Von D – whom he tagged in the post.
The Instagram post received a comment from PETA, who commented: “We love it! Your dedication to helping animals is far beyond the commitment to this tattoo.
The musician, real name Richard Melville Hall, captioned the text: “I've been vegan for almost 32 years, so getting that tattoo felt like a pretty safe bet.
Moby also owns Little Pine, a vegan restaurant in Los Angeles – another way to uphold a plant-based lifestyle.
There is also his music festival, Circle V, which raises money for the animal protection charity Mercy for Animals.
He said in a previous Instagram post: I'm a vegan and animal rights activist for a number of reasons.
"Human health, climate change, antibiotic resistance, etc., but in the end I am a vegan and animal rights activist because I believe every animal has the right to live its life at will."