Ink Not Mink

(Peta) With his new album Tommyland: the Ride released this week and his TV reality show Tommy Lee Goes to College set to debut tonight on NBC, Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee is a very busy man these days. But Lee wasn't too busy to shoot a risqué anti-fur ad for the folks at peta2-PETA's youth division-when they caught up with him during the band's recent "Red, White, and Crüe" tour. In the ad-tagged "Ink, Not Mink"-Lee poses wearing nothing but his tattoos and urges, "Be comfortable in your own skin and let animals keep theirs."

The ad was shot in London by fashion photographer Mary McCartney, daughter of longtime PETA supporter Sir Paul McCartney.

Tommy first learned about PETA through longtime animal advocate Pamela Anderson. Says Lee in an interview at peta2.com: "I have actually been looking forward to getting involved. I get the PETA magazine, and what the fur trade does to animals is absolutely terrifying. A lot of hip-hop artists wear fur and they think it's a status symbol; that doesn't register, I just see dead animals."

For more information and to see Tommy Lee's ad and interview, please visit peta2.com.

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