After it was announced that Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson will reunite for Good Burger 2, a demand for the fictional burger joint’s menu to switch to meat-free options has been presented by PETA. The organization, whose name is an acronym for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, publicly released a letter to Mitchell and Thompson addressing the pair’s plans to make the Good Burger sequel. Pointing to the treatment endured by cows and other animals that are raised and killed for food, PETA believes the filmmakers behind Good Burger 2 can put out a strong message by going all vegan.
”Some things (like beef patties) are better left in the ’90s,” PETA says, asking Kenan and Kel to change the menu for the Good Burger sequel. Read More