Jeffrey Star, James Charles, Austin McBloom The relationship with other influential people and a few monkeys is too close-at least according to the federal authorities, they have condemned the animal keepers for allowing this.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture report obtained by TMZ, Kevin Keith As early as November 2020, he used a baboon and a capuchin monkey in several social media promotional videos-but a government inspector stated that Keith made a major mistake because they were working with Social media celebrities failed to “fully maintain direct control of animals” when posing for photos.
We were told that primates were used as part of a collaboration with the clothing company Bananas Monkey, which included shipping a box of clothing to celebrities…and apparently created quite a few photos.
However, after the promotion, we were told that PETA had filed a complaint asking the USDA to investigate Keith’s possible violation of the Animal Welfare Act…that it was dangerous for the public and animals-because he didn’t Control the monkeys in case they become aggressive.
According to a report from the Ministry of Agriculture…it reviewed the video where monkeys were seen shaking hands and sitting on the shoulders of celebrities-Keith did not remain vigilant or grab their belts.
The USDA eventually issued a severe warning to Keith and instructed him to continue to correct his behavior. We have contacted him…so far there has been no response.