In the most recent part of his project End Game, he posted an image of his NFT with the caption “This villain will burn up spaces.” He also released a photograph of his NFT with the caption “This villain will burn up spaces.” According to everyone in the area, the entity had a similar appearance to Farokh.
The Beanie has been involved in several heated Twitter arguments in recent weeks. Farokh has also been engaged in several other matters. Will the National Football League start a new Twitter squabble? Based on Farokh’s response, it seems that this is not the case. He seemed to be pleased.
According to Farokh, the artwork is amazing, and the post is a top engagement play for the NFT community. He went on to express his gratitude and his belief that the campaign would help to restore the reputation of the villain.
In response to the topic of whether or not he is a part of the project, he said that he learned about it via tags in his Discord channel, just like everyone else. “I have absolutely nothing to do with the initiative,” Farokh said.
He doesn’t seem to be bothered by the NFT’s existence, either. According to him in a tweet, “I mean I don’t see it as an attack. I don’t think anyone should. They made me look cool asf too lol but I gotta say this is 10/10 great engagement bait.”