Odell Beckham Jr. is in trouble with another organization.
A PETA statement issued Tuesday read: “These sensitive and much-abused animals belong with their families in nature, not pimped out as props by shameless roadside zoos. We’re sure that Odell Beckham Jr. had no idea that the sleazy safari park where this young chimpanzee is kept has a lengthy record of violating federal law and uses great apes and big-cat cubs in cheap publicity stunts like this. These encounters are incredibly dangerous, and PETA urges everyone—including Beckham, who certainly doesn’t want another injury—to steer clear of cruel facilities that exploit animals.”
The animal rights group further identified what it called a “roadside zoo” as Myrtle Beach Safari.
Beckham, the Big Blue $95 million man, has opted to share his daily musings on Instagram since sitting out the final weeks of the Giants season with a bruised quad and opting to skip out on speaking with the media on team breakup day.
Earlier this month, Beckham issued a guarantee that the Giants would be back in the playoffs next season.