Nathan “Doggface” Apodaca Says Stevie Nicks Is Stopping “Dreams” From Being Included In NFT Sale

Nathan Apodaca, better known as “Doggface”, and even better known as Skateboard MacFleetwood cranberry juice dude, sees his “dreams” thwarted by none other than Stevie Nicksaccording to TMZ, refusing to license the song for a new commercial venture currently in the works by the viral video star.

The Doggface crew are set to sell the clip of him skating while enjoying Ocean Spray cranberry juice and listening to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams,” which went viral last year, as NFT .

Unfortunately, since Nicks did not approve the use of his song in this manner, the NFR will be sold without the music. Another problem, Nathan is not allowed to display the Ocean Spray logo, so it will have to be digitally blurred.

Even with these changes, Doggface hopes to list the NFT with an opening bid of $500,000.

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It may seem like a lot, but NFTs are booming lately and no one can quite say what a particular coin is worth, as investors and collectors seem to be gripped by a fever that drives them to spend millions of dollars. for digital objects. NFTs use blockchain to serve as a one-of-a-kind token that cannot be exchanged directly for cash but can be exchanged like a painting or any other collectible, and it seems many people with any kind of public notoriety are trying to capitalize on the trend.

Nicks was not interested in participating in the sale, even after being offered half of the proceeds from the sale. Doggface says he’s insulted by the move, as (he says) his video was responsible for a surge in Fleetwood Mac’s popularity with younger audiences, many of whom are new to their music. through video.

With no Ocean Spray music or logo, it remains to be seen if Doggface’s NFT will find a buyer for that $500,000 starting bid. But if so, Doggface can be proud of having set such a high value for his own work without the help of Fleetwood Mac – and perhaps Stevie Nicks will regret missing out on such an easy payday. .

As of this writing, the NFT sale has yet to take place.

How much money did Nathan Apodaca make from his viral TikTok?

At the time he filmed the TikTok, Nathan was living with his brother. He previously lived in a modest RV parked in a Walmart parking lot. He had less than $200 under his belt when he rode the skateboard to his job in a potato warehouse.

Thanks to fan donations, in November 2020 he was able to purchase a 5-bedroom house in Idaho Falls, Idaho. The house had recently been put up for sale for $320,000.

Ocean Spray gave Nathan a new cranberry-colored Nissan truck filled with bottles of Cranberry-Raspberry. Nathan then traded the Nissan for a Chevy Silverado 1500.

Nathan also started a website to sell merchandise like the hoodie he wore in the video.

In total, not counting the NFT sale that hasn’t happened at the time of this writing, Nathan Apodaca has earned around $200,000 from donations, merchandise sales, sponsorships, and giveaways from his TikTok Flask.

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