Celebrity Rapper CupcakKe Says She's '100% Committed' To Going Vegan The star has committed to going vegan. - Media Credit: Twitter / CupcakKe

Celebrity Rapper CupcakKe Says She’s ‘100% Committed’ To Going Vegan

'This will be a very hard journey but I'm 100 percent committed to it and look forward to what the future holds'


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Celebrity rapper CupcakKe says she’s 100 percent committed to going vegan.

The star, whose real name is Elizabeth Eden Harris, made the announcement on social media.

CupcakKE: ‘I’m going vegan’

“Well … I have officially decided I’m going vegan…” CupcakKe told her 604,000 Twitter followers.

“This will be a very hard journey but I’m 100 percent committed to it and look forward to what the future holds. Wish me luck.”

‘This will be a very hard journey but I’m 100 percent committed to it’.

The singer was inundated with praise from her fans. One social media user wrote: “Yesssss. There are many of us black vegans out there and if you need any help transitioning, I got you!”

Another said: “Oh my god queen yes going vegan was the best decision I’ve ever made ur gonna love it!”

Vegan rappers

CupcakKe isn’t the only rapper to show interest in the vegan movement. Last year, award-winning singer Lizzo described being ‘plant-based and vegan’ as ‘pretty easy’ in one of her TikTok videos.

The star has since shared a slew of vegan ‘What I Eat In A Day’ videos with her 12.9 million fans. Moreover, she said the launch of plant-based Jamaican patties featuring Beyond Meat was basically ‘the best day of [her] life’ and that veganism brings her ‘joy’.

You can follow CupcakKe on Twitter here

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1 year ago

Tired of hearing about these celebs, especially flash in the pan ones who feel they have to tell the world.

Darrell Sawczuk
Darrell Sawczuk
1 year ago
Reply to  Peter

Those with large audiences can influence many 🙂

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