Rapper Waka Flocka Flame is the latest in the long line of celebrity faces to join the PETA campaign of shedding their clothes for the animal rights organization.

In the new ad, the rapper is wearing nothing but perfectly placed bling, showing off his sexy physique and the variety of tattoos that cover his torso and arms. The ad is appropriately titled "Ink, Not Mink."

Flame is the first rapper to star in a PETA campaign, and he is now urging the hip-hop community to step forward as well. He is hoping his fellow hip-hop artists will take into consideration the number of animals that are tortured and killed each year for their fur coats, collars and cuffs.

"Understand where that fox fur came from before you spend $1,000 ... someone got their head beat in and electrocuted," Flame tells PopEater. "Understand what you buy, instead of just going off fashion and what it look like."

Flame also voiced his thoughts on circuses, saying, "I don't agree with that at all. That sh-- is whack."

Other recent musicians who have stepped forward and stripped down for PETA include Pink, Kid Sister, Mark Ronson, Chester Bennington, Travie McCoy, Chuck D, Masta Killa, Murs and Mario, and Dave Navarro.