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Today’s generation may not have an understanding of what was taking place in journalism and the world during my time at Hustler magazine.”

In a separate statement, his son called his father’s cartoons “horrible”, adding that Jungle Freaks “do not support or condone racism in any way.”

While some Twitter users said the Tresleys’ statement was “not an apology”, some others claimed that Jungle Freaks designed aNazi General’s hatas a trait. On the other hand, some rose to their support as well.

“I think the cartoons […] were simply drawn to stir the pot and not meant to be brought up in today’s day and age,” WaffleHouseKidd toldDecrypt. “It was what Trosley had to do to keep his job and feed his family.”

Controversies in the NFT industry

Jungle Freaks NFT collection is not the first to stir up a controversy in the NFT world.

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Netvrk and the Jungle Freaks enter the Metaverse with P2E Racing Game

PHILADELPHIA, March 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Start your engines. The Jungle Freaks team is proud to announce one of their newest and most innovative projects to date, the Jungle Freaks Motor Club (JFMC), the first-ever hand drawn generative NFT car collection.

JUNGLE FREAKS NFT TO LAUNCH JUNGLE FREAKS MOTOR CLUB Netvrk and the Jungle Freaks enter the Metaverse with P2E Racing G

Jungles Freaks drive fast because life is fast! The highly anticipated collection holds over 8,888 NFTs and will mint on March 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th.
JFMC includes 5 unique car models and over 350 hand-drawn traits. Each one of the NFTs serves as an access pass to various play-to-earn (P2E) racing games, covering great distances.

“The team and I could not be more excited for the Jungle Freaks Motor Club release.

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On top of that, we bought an NFT World and are creating a P2E racing game inside that Metaverse as well that will consist of 5 different racetracks that will also require holding our JFMC NFT to enter and play.

I was a huge “Need for Speed” fan growing up on Playstation 2 so to be able to create a P2E racing game, while utilizing NFT’s has been an incredible experience so far.” — George “The Prince” Trosley.

These powerful vehicles are embedded with metadata with descriptive information related to vehicle performance such as acceleration, NoS, Top Speed, and much more. Besides a pair of keys and a title in hand, ownership of these car models will unlock access to all future racing games in the Jungle Freaks ecosystem and a higher chance to get on the “Allow List” for their Gen 2 Fallout Freaks.

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NFTs are steadily becoming less niche and more mainstream — and with more exposure comes more responsibility. In what was the first example of a major nonfungible token brand contending with allegations of racism, a popular NFT collection saw a huge price crash on Nov.

1 after the designer behind it was accused of drawing racist cartoons in the 1970s.

The project in question is called Jungle Freaks, and is what’s known as a “profile pic collection.” It’s a set of 10,000 hand-drawn NFTs, each with different properties that, like Pokemon cards, make some more valuable than others. Launching on Oct. 16, it had a “floor price” of 1.45 Ether as of Oct.

31. That means the cheapest, most common Jungle Freaks were selling for $6,260. Rarer NFTs were trading for much higher, like this Jungle Freak that sold for $95,000.

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A P2E NFT car racing game.

We’re currently partnered with https://www.netvrk.co/ Netvrk and are creating a racing game within their metaverse that you will have access to by holding the JFMC NFT. On top of that, we bought an NFT World and are creating a P2E racing game inside that Metaverse as well that will consist of 5 different racetracks that will also require holding our JFMC NFT to enter and play.

I was a huge “Need for Speed” fan growing up on Playstation 2 so to be able to create a P2E racing game, while utilizing NFT’s has been an incredible experience so far.” — George “The Prince” Trosley.

These powerful vehicles are embedded with metadata with descriptive information related to vehicle performance such as acceleration, NoS, Top Speed, and much more.

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ETH ($5,614) to between 0.2 and 0.3 ($865 and $1,300, respectively) on November 1. At the time of writing, the floor was at 0.31 ETH.

Furthermore, as the controversy unfolded, many of the project’s owners, including Wood, started selling the NFTs.

“I was made aware of some of the artist’s prior disturbing cartoons,” Woodtweetedon November 1. “Upon learning this, I immediately sold the NFTs as I wholly denounce any form of racism. I have donated the funds from the sale of the NFTs to LDF and Black Lives Matter.”

Trosleys put out statements

Early morning yesterday, the father-son duo published a video on YouTube, stating that the cartoons were meant to “call attention” to “social injustices in America.”

“The illustrations that I was contracted to draw, some over 40 years ago, have been taken out of context,” Trosley added in astatementon Twitter.

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Each one of the NFTs serves as an access pass to various play-to-earn (P2E) racing games, covering great distances.

“The team and I could not be more excited for the Jungle Freaks Motor Club release. We wanted to create an exclusive NFT collection that was vastly different from what is currently out there and give it a utility in which we feel no other project has done. A P2E NFT car racing game.

We’re currently partnered with https://www.netvrk.co/ Netvrk and are creating a racing game within their metaverse that you will have access to by holding the JFMC NFT.

In a YouTube video published Nov. 2, Trosley and his son George III, who manages the Jungle Freaks collection, said the comics were intended to shine a light on racism in America during the ’70s. “The illustrations that I was contacted to drawn, some over 40 years ago, have been taken out of context,” Trosley wrote in a statement on Twitter. “Today’s generation may not have an understanding of what was taking place in journalism and the world during my time at Hustler magazine.”

In a followup Medium post, the senior Trosley wrote: “I am not a racist, nor was I ever a rogue racist cartoon artist during my time at Hustler Magazine; which unfortunately is the current narrative being portrayed within the NFT community.” He added that Hustler publisher Larry Flynt was shot in 1978 by a white supremacist who was upset that the publication featured a spread including an interracial couple.

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