Bella Thorne Is a Chained Mermaid in PETA Ad

Bella Thorne Is a Chained Mermaid in PETA Ad

Bella Thorne is pictured as a mermaid in chains for a new ad campaign for PETA.

The 20-year-old Famous In Love actress joined forces with the animal rights group to protest SeaWorld and call for a boycott of the company. Bella actually starred in a commercial for the amusement park when she was a child.

“When I was a little girl, I did a commercial for SeaWorld, and even then, I knew there wasn’t something right,” Bella said in a video spot for her campaign. “These beautiful animals are in so much pain. They’re taken away from their community, their homes, their mothers, and they don’t have a choice. They’re locked in there.”

“F–k SeaWorld! … Don’t be afraid to show up with your signs and make your point,” she added.


Bella Thorne Goes From SeaWorld Commercial to PETA Activist
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  • Khazija

    She is being paid to defame Sea World with negative propaganda and lies. PETA hurts people, harms legitimate organizations, and murders thousands of animals a year.

    Sea World is highly certified and reputed with quality organizations as being the top marine facility in the world. Anybody who has spent an inordinate time visiting the parks and had participated with the conservation & care knows that the majority have been well-taken care of. I never saw any signs or indications or evidence that the animals are suffering. They are not in pain and their lives were saved. The species was protected from being endangered. They are rescued, rehabilitated, and conserved. The same kind of reasoning applies to any zoo or wildlife facility or even pets or any organization that has animals.

    Bella is wrong for attacking Sea World and this same kind of derogatory spin can be used to vilify any zoo or farm or any person who owns pets or any breeder. PETA hurts animals, the environment, and targets people & organizations that actually take good care of them.