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Tiffany Haddish shared in a recent Instagram post that she would be wearing real animal fur until police brutality ended. Needless to say, not many people were in support of the Girls Trip star. The animal rights group PETA responded to her post with a statement.

Tiffany Haddish is under fire after stating that she would wear fur to protest police brutality against black people. Now PETA has responded. 

On Sunday, Haddish posted on Instagram that she would be wearing fur every day "until [the police] stop killing black people." She ends the video with "So, sorry, PETA! Don't be mad at me. Be mad at the police."

People on social media were pretty upset and quick to share their thoughts. 

Haddish has yet to respond, but people are still upset. 

This protest doesn't look like it will work. 

How does animal cruelty have anything to do with police brutality?

We completely want to end violence and bigotry. Haddish may have had her heart in the right place, but hopefully she will find a more effective way — take a knee maybe — to protest instead. 

In PETA's statement on the video, the group said, "We love you, Tiffany, and as an animal rights organization, we advocate for and believe in kindness towards all, including animals."