PETA calls to cancel Kenan And Kel’s Good Burger sequel demanding vegan burger
PETA has an issue with the upcoming Good Burger sequel.
Last week, Kenan and Kel announced they were reuniting on the big screen for the first time in over 20 years to make a Good Burger sequel.
According to Variety, the movie with begin shooting in May and will be released sometime in 2023.
Via Variety it was announce that “Good Burger 2” has officially been greenlit at Paramount+, with original stars Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell set to return.
The news was revealed on Friday’s episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” The sequel to the beloved Nickelodeon film will begin production in May with plans to debut it on Paramount+ later in 2023.
PETA apparently doesn’t like the fact that the movie features Kenan and Kel serving up beef burgers.
In a letter to Kenan and Kel, PETA demands that the movie feature vegan burgers over beef.
“Welcome to Good Burger, home of the vegan burger – can I take your order?”
“That’s what we at PETA have in mind for Good Burger 2. Some things (like beef patties) are better left in the ’90s, and if Good Burger has any hope of surviving new competition in 2023, its menu will abundantly feature animal-free offerings, including meat-free burgers, dairy-free shakes, and, of course, a special secret vegan sauce.”
“Given that the meat and dairy industries are causing the senseless suffering of billions of animals, destroying the planet, and wreaking havoc on human health, would you, Kenan and Kel, please use your influence to ensure that the sequel promotes kindness and sustainability with an all-vegan restaurant in the film?”
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