- Snoop Dogs lashes out on Spammers.
- He denies of Buying any kind of fake ape, fake pepe, or fake punk.
- He will support only NFTs of Fan art sent to him and nothing else.
The Famous American rapper Snoop Dogg lashes out on spammers. In his recent tweet, he said that Mass Spamming of garbage jpegs is an insult to the artists who work so hard to earn their way into collector wallets.
When Snoop Dogg revealed himself as the Ethereum whale Cozomo de Medici, through which he had purchased a lot of famous NFTs. His Crypto account was spammed by toxic individuals with uninvited jpegs.
Due to his popularity around the world, NFT creators were spamming his account with their NFTs just to promote them. Their intention was to promote their NFT projects by showing everyone that he owns NFTs from their collection.
He said that he doesn’t use the matic chain nor does he buy any sort of fake ape, fake pepe, or fake punk.
He further added that the first platform that can tackle the spamming issue will also “rocket past Opensea.”
Snoop Dogg stated in another tweet that he doesn’t promote any such projects, he asks every not to buy NFTs by following his collection as anyone can send him NFTs. He will support only Fan arts sent to him and nothing else.
At present fake NFT is turning into a real issue in the NFT world. The duplicates of popular projects like CryptoPunks, Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), and Rare Pepe are increasing. Developers are copying these successful projects and launching them on various blockchain like Polygon.
In the previous month, the famous rapper sold 1000 NFT for his Ethereum metaverse party. After disclosing himself as a serious NFT collector, Snoop Dogg is moving into Metaverse by partnering with SandBox.
Currently, Snoop Dogg has $20 million worth of NFT collections. In his crypto wallet, Other than Cryptopunks, he has many NFTs from famous projects like meebits, Chromie Squiggles, CryptoToads,etc.