Meat Loaf is taking part in Veganuary but refuses to call himself Veg Loaf

It's the thought that counts I guess!

Ben Welham posted in Vegan
1y ago

American rock star, Meat Loaf has revealed he is fully behind the idea of Veganuary and is taking part himself. However, he refuses to rename himself 'Veg Loaf' after a few people have brought it up.

He has decided to ditch meat as part of a new campaign with Frankie and Benny's. He has agreed to promote the restaurant's new vegan menu which includes vegan hot dogs, calzone and 'cheesy' potato skins.

Meat Loaf told the Daily Star: “When Frankie & Benny’s first approached me to rebrand to Veg Loaf I said no way in hell. "But, I’d do anything for our planet and dropping meat for veg, even for just one day a week, can make a huge difference," he added.

So, it looks like it isn't just love he would do anything for.

Do you think more celebrities will follow this trend?

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Comments (7)

  • "I would do aaaanything for our planet, but I won't do that"

      1 year ago
    • You took the words right out of my mouth...

        1 year ago
    • I was going to rephrase that, but that wouldn’t sound right. Keep it clean everyone

        1 year ago
  • Potato Skins by the dashboard light, because two out of three aint bad ✊🏾

      1 year ago
  • 🤣

      1 year ago
  • Veg Thats hilarious!

      1 year ago
  • I'm a slacker and I like carbs.

    Being a carnivore involves effort.

    And 2 minute noodles with some parley and spinach, on toast with margarine , is just way too easy.

    Spuds rock.

    Spuds with margarine and a touch of pepper are great .

    Chocolate brownies.



    All the cool food in the world, is basically the cheap American carb rich foods.

    I'll probably end up looking like Mr. Loaf, or a Southpark character, but I'm planning on moving to Canada, so that's fine.

    Mr. Loaf comes across as an honest American blue collar bloke.

    According to wiki he spent 10 years as a vegetarian.

    keepin it real as always , Mr. Loaf.

      1 year ago