Bella Thorne Becomes CHAINED Mermaid In PETA ‘Boycott Seaworld’ Ad

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Today is Boycott SeaWorld Day and Bella Thorne is lending her voice to the cause and throwing major shade. Bella poses in PETA’s annual Boycott SeaWorld ad as a suffering mermaid. She stars as a half woman, half orca whale with her tail and wrists chained up. The ad cries, “Break the Chains”, encouraging fans not to support SeaWorld, a company that has been accused of mistreating captive animals at its theme parks. In a behind-the-scenes video for her PETA shoot Bella gives fans a look inside her quirky house and reveals why this issue hits close to home.

In the video, Bella goes on to explain how these whales at SeaWorld are suffering while away from their families and urges fans to get involved.

Bella threw plenty more shade in the video, even painting a bleeding whale picture with the caption “Help me”. In 2016, SeaWorld announced the end to its killer whale breeding program and replaced their signature orca stunt shows with “natural orca encounters”. But this wasn’t enough for animal rights activists. What do you guys think of Bella’s new PETA ad and video? Did she make her point or did she take this too far? Get talking below. Thanks so much for watching, click here to check out another new video and don’t forget to hit that subscribe button. I’m your host Renee, and I’ll see you guys next time.

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