The case between rapper Megan Thee Stallion and Tory Lanez has been a longstanding one, ever since Lanez was accused of shooting her in the foot last year.
According to Rolling Stone, it seems Lanez also kept himself busy becoming an online entrepreneur somehow. Lanez promoted various crypto and NFT businesses on social media as he tried to convince fans the products he was promoting were the opportunity of a lifetime.
Last month, Lanez partnered with a platform called E-NFT to release his new album When It’s Dark as an NFT, or “non-fungible token.” The interesting idea for the album was that each copy of the album was to be minted with a one-of-a-kind token, providing a fool-proof ledger of ownership.
On the day of the launch, Lanez posted a video to Twitter saying that the album sold one million copies in under a minute and that one of his NFTs had already been flipped for $50,000.
However, many on social media complained that glitches and inconsistencies in the platform have made selling the NFT problematic and this has left many fans who hoped to turn a profit, very mad. There are also YouTube videos that outlined fans’ frustrations with Tory Lanez.
It seems Tory Lanez continues to be a nuisance for fans from the looks of it and we will keep you updated on this ongoing story.
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