Justin Bieber just released the new music video for his highly anticipated new single, 'Yummy' and if you look close, his exotic pet cat makes an appearance in the video.
Bieber dropped the video today, which features JB and a bunch of funny dressed people sitting down for a meal of desserts. Get it...it's Yummy!
The video which was directed by Bardia Zeinali also features Cheez Doodles and bright colored jello, and at one point Bieber jumps on the table and dances to the song.
Here Comes Justin's Cat!
But, the best part of the video, is that Justin's exotic pet cat can be seen walking on top of the table. It's unclear which one it is...JB and his wife Hailey Baldwin actually have two of them, Sushi and Tuna.
According to reports, Biebs paid $35,000 for the pair of Savannah breed cats from an Illinois breeder, Select Exotics. The cats have been a bit of an issue for Mr. Beiber, when he bought the felines PETA released a statement calling out the pop star for not rescuing an animal instead.
"Justin Bieber could inspire his fans around the world to save a life by adopting a cat from a local animal shelter -- rather than fueling the dangerous demand for hybrid cats, contributing to the animal overpopulation crisis, and proving that when it comes to helping animals, his stance so far is 'I don't care," the statement read.
Beiber, who got the cats leading up to his wedding, responded telling PETA to focus on more important things."PETA can suck it, PETA go focus on real problems. Like poaching and animal brutality," he wrote.
Here Kitty, Kitty, Kitty...
Justin continued, "Ur tripping because I want a specific kind of cat? U weren't tripping when I got my dog Oscar and he wasn't a rescue." He added he believes "in adopting rescues but also think there are preferences and that's what breeders are for. PETA go help with all the plastic in the ocean, and leave my beautiful cats alone."
Of course, it didn't stop there...and the President of PETA answered Justin by saying, "Sorry, Justin, but you must think more deeply about this issue: When millions of animals are losing their lives every year because not enough people adopt -- choosing instead to shop -- the animal overpopulation crisis is a 'real problem.'" "That's what 'sucks."
Battling It Out With PETA
She continued, "PETA urges you to spend just one hour in a municipal animal shelter with us -- we think you'll understand how hard it is to look into the animals' eyes and know that because people pay breeders, many of them will pay with their lives. You have the power to be a great role model on this issue -- your behavior guides that of tons of your fans -- so please put that to good use."
Bottom Line: The cat is now starring in a music video, so talk to his agent if you have an issue!