This time last year, One Directions Harry Styles interrupted a show in San Diego to plead with his fans not to support Sea World. It’s a shame then, that Harry cares about one type of animal yet condones the murder of billions every year. Here’s why Harry Styles is a hypocrite.

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Sea World has been in the limelight the past few years after the horrendous conditions the animals endure were exposed to the public. This then lead to a number of celebrities causing for the closure, culminating with Steve-o’s demonstration. Since this, Sea World has vowed to end the breeding programme. A small consolation for the thousands of other animals held against their will there.

Zoos and aquariums are wrong in all forms, animals are not mean to be kept in metal cages for the entertainment of humans.

The Hypocrisy

Unfortunately, Harry Styles seems to think that some lives are more important than others. Simply put, Harry Styles is a hypocrite.

If he cares so much about whales and the marine life in Sea World, why does he continue to support the murder of bilions of cows, pigs and chickens every year?

Nothing like double standards, eh?

harry styles is a hyocrite

While, I agree, no one should support Sea World, I also think Harry should be detailing the horrendous acts of torture and murder that seemingly go unnoticed every minute of every day.

The fact is, Harry Styles is a HUGE public figure. If he were to go vegan, and highlight the hypocrisy then thousands of his fans would also become vegan (or at least try it). With an influence as big as his, it would be incredible if he were to go vegan and be public about it.

Not just for the animals, but for his health and the health of our environment too.

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Nat comes from a background of cycling and fitness. After eating a regular diet for most of his life, he came accross the vegan lifestyle 3 years ago and has never looked back. Nat considers himself an animal activist, environmentalist and keen cyclist, while promoting the vegan lifestyle along the way.

He’s now a registered personal trainer, gym instructor and currently working his way towards a Sport, Fitness and Coaching degree.


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