Animal Lover Sir Michael Rocks Quits Rap After Landing Own Nature Show On National Geographic
Having earned a reputation as a wildlife advocate and lover of nature, it should come as no surprise that Sir Michael Rocks has announced his retirement from rap after landing his own reality series, The Rocks Report, on National Geographic. Upon moving to Miami in 2013, the Cool Kids rapper adopted a baby monkey, and a few months ago advised Buzzfeed of “13 Beasties That Would Make Great Besties.” Sir Michael Rocks also teamed up with PETA in their protests of SeaWorld, as MTV reported he “was serious about going to war for the whales.”
In the pilot episode of The Rocks Report, National Geographic follows Sir Michael Rocks as he navigates some of Florida’s most populated wildlife reserves. Venturing into a monkey jungle to “hang out with some of the locals,” Sir Michael Rocks asserts himself into the monkey hierarchy, getting up close and personal as he displays his expertise in handling. “I would just like to thank Nat Geo for helping create this experience,” Rocks expressed with full enthusiasm for a new chapter in his career. “As a long time animal lover and researcher I am honored to have an institution such as National Geographic believe in me and help push this portion of my career forward. This will be a fun ride and I can’t wait for the world to watch.”
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