R&B singer Jhené Aiko is showing just how much she loves her furry friends by teaming up with PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) to raise awareness. #AikoAlert

A new photo of Aiko taking part in a PETA campaign has surfaced online this week.

Jhené Aiko is getting frisky in a new campaign for peta2, the largest youth animal rights group. The cat lover cozies up to a feline friend in a behind-the-scenes pic from the shoot. “Ty for using your beautiful voice to speak out for animals,” PETA told the “Bed Peace” singer. Jhené joins the list of PETA supporters including TLC’s Chilli, Pink, Jay Sean, and Waka Flocka Flame, who posed nude for the “Ink, Not Mink” campaign. (Rap-Up)

A few weeks ago, a GQ photo showed Aiko rocking black panties and noticeably missing a bra.

The 26-year-old bombshell is hoping to raise her profile even further in the lead up to debut LP Souled Out and an eye-popping pictorial in the latest issue of GQ magazine can only help. Jhene posed in black panties and a camouflage-print jacket. She seems to have lost her top but sh*t happens on photo shoots! See the sexy pic after the jump. (Idolator)

When recently asked about where she stood with one-time rumored love interest Drake, Jhené said they connected on a level deeper than music.

“I look up to Drake,” Jhené says. “Everything in his whole career is commendable. He can act, he can rap, he can sing. I can relate to him. He’s mixed; I’m mixed. Everything he does, I take note because I feel like he’s doing a really good job of being, like, well-rounded. And not only that, he’s really talented. I’m always asking him for advice with stuff and trying to figure out how he deals with being such a big celebrity.” (Complex)

Aiko also ended speculation on whether or not she had a man by her side.

“I’m about to give you…not a bulls**t answer. There is, but I’m single. Not by choice. Only because I found now that when I talk to guys, they’re wary because they know about Donald, they know I’ve worked with Drake. They’re always side-eyed, suspicious. But I’m loyal in relationships. If I’m your girlfriend, that’s it. I’m practicing to be your wife at that point because I treat it seriously. I feel like I was born to be a mom and a wife and totally domesticated. I’m not going to spend my time trying to prove that I am really who I say I am.” (Complex)