Are Snoop Dogg and the Beckhams Dropping Meat Like it’s Hot?

Are Snoop Dogg and the Beckhams Dropping Meat Like it’s Hot?

by Julie Nealon | January 19, 2019

With all the celebrities embracing this Veganuary, it’s no surprise we’ve seen public figures such as Snoop Dogg and the Beckhams embracing plant-based food lately. But will they go vegan?

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Are Snoop Dogg and the Beckhams Dropping Meat Like it’s Hot?

Are the Beckhams considering going vegan? Victoria Beckham has hinted in an Instagram post that the family may make a move towards becoming plant-based. David, Victoria and their kids recently went out to dinner at London-based vegan fastfood restaurant – F!lth.

Both the soccer star and his singer/fashion designer wife posted their love of the food on their social media. Victoria said that they loved their meal so much that they may well go vegan.

Victoria posted in an Instagram story “Vegan dinner with the kids tonight … but what will they think?” After the meal, she posted “They LOVED it!!!”

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“So, will the Beckhams go vegan???”

David said his meal of crinkle-cut chips and a “Seoul Burger,” which is made up of “Signature Pure Filth Patty” with vegan kimchi, bulgogi sauce, gochujang aioli, lettuce, fried onion, pickles, and dairy-free American beer cheese, was ‘delicious’ and ‘insane’. The famous soccer star is well known for his love of fine dining and steak in particular, so it could be a bit of a reach to see him go completely plant-based. Going vegan might not be too much of a stretch for Victoria, who on the other hand, is well known for her love of healthy eating.

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“You gotta be Slutty fo!’

The Beckhams aren’t the only celebrities teasing about going vegan this week. Snoop Dogg was seen at Atlanta’s hottest new vegan restaurant, Slutty Vegan. Has the Dogg Father decided to drop meat like it’s hot? Is he saying “b*tch, please” to beef and swallowing down Beyond Burgers with gin and juice? This is not the only time that the rapper has hinted that he’s fo shizzle ditching the grizzle. Last June, Snoop Dogg performed at the Environmental Media Association Awards with a backdrop promoting plant-based alternative meat brand Beyond Burger.

PETA seemed quite pleased!
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