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Advocacy group’s billboard takes aim at PETA for Pete Davidson’s involvement in dog fighting

PETA hounded by advocacy group's billboard over Pete Davidson dog fight

PETA hounded by advocacy group’s billboard over Pete Davidson dog fight

Advocacy group the Center for Organizational Research and Education (CORE) is taking on PETA over their recent criticism of comedian Pete Davidson’s decision to buy a dog rather than adopt one. CORE has erected a new billboard in Times Square that features Davidson sporting a pair of sunglasses and claiming, “PETA can’t handle Pete’s BDE,” with the BDE acronym standing for “Buy Dog Energy.” The joke is believed to be a nod to Davidson’s rumoured anatomy, which some have referred to as “big d–k” energy. PETA Senior Vice President Daphna Nachminovitch criticised Davidson’s choice to buy the dog, stating, “It’s tragic that Pete didn’t seek out a borough-born mutt from a city animal shelter.” In response, Davidson told the group to “suck my d–k” in a voicemail he left with them. The billboard is expected to go live at 7am and will cost approximately $15,000.
 
FAQs
What did PETA criticise Davidson for?
PETA criticised Davidson for buying a dog rather than adopting one from a shelter.

What is the BDE acronym?
The BDE acronym stands for “Buy Dog Energy.”

What is the rumour surrounding Davidson’s anatomy?
Davidson’s anatomy has been rumoured to be larger than average, leading to the phrase “big d–k” energy.

What was Davidson’s response to PETA’s criticism?
Davidson responded to PETA’s criticism by telling them to “suck my d–k” in a voicemail he left with the group.

What is the cost of the billboard?
The billboard cost approximately $15,000.

PETA hounded by advocacy group's billboard over Pete Davidson dog fight
PETA hounded by advocacy group’s billboard over Pete Davidson dog fight

Billboard by advocacy group targets PETA for Pete Davidson’s dog fight.

Advocacy organization the Center for Organizational Research and Education (CORE) has joined the heated argument between People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and comedian Pete Davidson over the latter’s decision to buy, rather than adopt, a dog. CORE has erected a billboard in Times Square which reads “PETA can’t handle Pete’s BDE,” using the acronym for “Buy Dog Energy.” The term references the rumoured size of Davidson’s penis and has become a cultural phenomenon known as “big d–k energy.” Meanwhile, PETA has criticised the comedian, claiming that an adopted animal from a city shelter would have been more suitable. Davidson voiced his anger with the organization in a voicemail, telling the group to “suck my d–k”.

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