Beanie is one of the largest influencers on the NFT Twitter space. However, he is often involved in several arguments on Twitter with other notable NFT collectors. This has resulted in some people disliking him, and some ‘cancelling’ him after his row with Zeneca, a prominent collector.
About the Arguments with Others, now tropoFarmer
Over time, Beanie has stirred up arguments with many people through Twitter. Some of his arguments, which we previously covered, include calling the NFT community entitled and an argument with Zeneca.
Now, his next controversy involves tropoFarmer, an NFT collector who has over 110,000 followers on Twitter. Beanie mocked tropoFarmer for only having 1 Bored Ape Yacht Club in comparison to to Beanie’s 6. He called himself a “real ape collector” and claimed that tropo “just uses BAYC for clout”
Through this, he is basically just flexing on others, making them feel bad for owning less NFTs than he does. This is simply making the outlook on the NFT community on Twitter worse.
Beanie, @beaniemaxi, is a prominent NFT collector in the space on Twitter. He is also a partner at GM Capital. Additionally, he is a massive believer in the NFT project Wolf Game. Through the content he has created, he has gained over 175,000 followers on his personal Twitter page. He shares posts about what he’s investing in as well as general news and stories about the NFT space.
His followers include many prominat names and projects in NFTs. This includes Beeple, Steve Aoki, XCopy, Faze Banks, GaryVee. Also, maybe the most bizarre of all is WWE wrestler, John Cena. Cena has previously released NFTs, but admitted himself that they were a “catastrophic failure”.
Despite his vast amount of followers and great information and alpha they provide, he is definitely someone who is very confrontational and argues a lot. Many of the people he’s argued with are massive names in the space. However, he’s still doing very well for himself.