He encourages fans to follow in his footsteps and make the change and go vegan because, as he puts it, it doesn’t make sense to put “dead flesh” into a “live body.” The musician understands that the choices he makes in his own life can either contribute to or help alleviate the pain and suffering that animals experience at the hands of the meat industry. RZA, along with PETA friend Masta Killa and other Wu-Tang members, has chosen to live better today, knowing that it’ll truly make for a better tomorrow. And he hopes others will be inspired to go vegan to help to save the lives of animals and for their own well-being.
Slipknot's Corey Taylor has revealed he went plant-based months ago in a bid to reduce his cholesterol. In an interview with Rock Feed, the musician - along with wife Alicia - also let slip that they were planning to open a mainly plant-based taco truck. The pair said they'd been working on the venture for months, but that the coronavirus quarantine means they've been set back.