Accused Of Racism And Homophobia NFT Project by Milady’s Charlotte Fang


After a flurry of trolls on Twitter, Dune founder Charlotte Fung abandoned the idea of an NFT called Milady.

DAO acquired the last copy of Alejandro Hodorowsky’s 2013 documentary Dune. The film “Dune” directed by Hodorovsky never made it to the big screen.  

Doubting their knowledge of copyright law, this DAO thought that buying the book gave them the right to its contents. However, they forgot that they have another copy, which is only one of the other limited copies, but by no means the only copy.

The DAO cars have calmed down a bit. There were never any announcements about the projects until Charlotte or Charlie Fung (DAO founder), who runs Milady, an NFT project, posted offensive and socially unacceptable statements on Twitter. 

Mia’s trolling appeared on Twitter.

Some of the accusations that surfaced on Twitter were about a poster named Mia who compares black people to monkeys, states that anyone can save the country by killing Jews.

They also suggested that Mia was related to a group or community of people and groups that might be associated with the suicide cult, which is responsible for cyberpunk life.

After the Twitter scandal, Fang admitted that she is Mia, but she didn’t mean for them to be joking or trolling.

I don’t think these statements reflect their honest opinions about these topics in their malicious Twitter posts. Fung said they had no room for animosity and were just trolling online.

Here’s Charlotte Fung’s tweeted confession that she and Mia are the same person:

“OK, full disclosure: I was Miya. And it’s toxic baggage that’s hurting the Milady community & poisoning the vibe. I apologize about trying to hide the past account — Miya has nothing to do with Milady Maker & should stay that way, so I’ll be stepping down from the team from here.

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The essence of the Milady NFT project

Milady Maker is a collection of 10,000 avatars based on anime. Under the name Remilia, an NFT project was introduced with the main goal of giving users access to a customizable Minecraft server.

When Milady NFT expanded, it included mixtapes, NFT banners and a merchandise store.

Today, the rare NFT collection is becoming more and more popular, which has led to an increase in prices. Some NFTs are priced as high as 15 ETH or about $45,000.

Satisfied with the shameful trolling or cyberbullying that DAO has undergone, they have announced that they are now officially leaving the Milady NFT project.

Their continued status at Dune is not entirely clear as of the time of publication.