French Montana Isn’t Sorry About Having An Elephant Perform Tricks For His Birthday

November 11, 2016 / Posted by:

It’s been a bad year for exotic animals being forced to interact with famous douchebags. Back in May, a tiger was the guest of honor at an engagement party for Justin Bieber’s daddy. Then on Tuesday, French Montana celebrated his birthday by making an elephant do tricks on his driveway. I don’t know what is making me more sad: that that elephant was forced to perform for a former Kardashian boyfriend, or how close it came to catching a glimpse of his flaccid business popping out of his bathrobe.

French apparently really likes elephants, so someone brought a trained elephant to his house. French Instagrammed the whole experience, which included videos of the elephant twirling on a little stool and lifting up one of his bodyguards.


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Of course, animal lovers were pissed and it didn’t take long for them to fill his Instagram with comments telling him so. TMZ caught up with French last night as he was leaving his birthday party at a club in Los Angeles, and asked him if he had anything to say about the people accusing him of animal cruelty. French is not sorry for anything. According to French, that elephant doesn’t deserve your pity; if anything, you should be jealous of it.

That elephant is living better than a lot of people? I don’t know, I think I’d like to hear what the elephant has to say about that. Unless that Elephant went home to a pile of luxurious no-itch hay and got massaged by a team of Swedish mice as it nibbled on the finest organic roasted peanuts, I’m willing to bet it’s not *thrilled* with getting up every morning and being hustled out to some rapper’s house. Just a hunch.

Here’s more of French Montana and his girlfriend Iggy Azalea giving PETA a stress headache, as well as some of French looking like every guy on Tinder who lists his job as “entrepreneur” while arriving at his birthday party in Los Angeles last night.

Pics: @FrenchMontana, @IggyAzalea, Splash

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