WATCH: New Rap Track Says 'F*ck You I'm Vegan'

WARNING: This track contains profane language
 

Berlin-based rappers Nebulake have released a new track about being plant-based.

According to the musicians: "The long awaited Vegan Rap Hymn is out now.

"Turn it up and eat some green. Spread the healthy vibes and share share share!"

The track - which contains lots of profane language - talks about the benefits of ditching animal products.

You can watch the video here

You can find out more about Nebulake on Facebook here and Instagram here

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