Armie Hammer’s infamous DM’s are being sold as NFT’s

Armie Hammer’s alleged cannibalistic DM’s are being sold as goddamn NFT art in the hopes of authenticating the messages.

Armie Hammer’s graphic DM’s expressing cannibalism and rape fantasies are now being sold as NFT-art by a Brooklyn artist who claims to have originally received messages from the actor.

Hammer came under fire in January and February this year, after numerous women came forward with screenshots of alleged messages from Hammer that describe rape, torture and cannibalistic fantasies, as well as claims that he was manipulative and abusive.

Armie Hammer Julia Morrison
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So, in an incredibly clever move to show support for those who have come forward, Brooklyn artist, Julia Morrison, is taking advantage of NFT technology to “authenticate” the messages and “cement them as a token of the times we are living in,” according to The Daily Beast.

Morrison, who claims she also received messages from Hammer in 2017, is selling DM’s of hammer replying to one of her IG stories about ‘eating the rich’ – which Hammer took literally.

“Dibs on the glute muscles and ribs for smoking,” Hammer’s (alleged) reply says.

In another alleged DM, Hammer asks Morrison if she’d “live in a cage” and be his “own personal little slave”.

“I have a fantasy about having someone prove their love and devotion and tying them up in a public place at night and making their body free use. And seeing if they will fuck strangers for me,” he said.

NFT’s or non-fungible tokens are a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital asset to be unique and not interchangeable.

Essentially, NFT’s allow digital ownership over the original version of the digital item being sold. Recent examples include Chris Crocker selling their original ‘Leave Britney Alone‘ video, or Grimes, who recently sold $6 million worth of digital and audio artwork through Blockchain, auctioning each piece as an NFT.

Following the social media blow-up after Hammer’s alleged DM’s surfaced online, both Hammer’s agency and publicist have cute ties with the Call Me By Your Name star.

Now, in an effort to hold Hammer accountable and convince anyone who has questioned the validity of the accusations against him, Morrison is selling the DM’s as NFT’s titled Armie DM TMI NFT: Dibs On Ribs and Armie DM TMI NFT: Caligula Triptych.

“The NFT is the new notary,” she told The Daily Beast.

“What I’ve done is, anyone who questions the authenticity of these exchanges, I have now created light boxes with them, and I minted them as NFTs in order to say that these things are authentic and real. It’s like a checkmate.”

Morrison plans to donate some of the money made from the NFT sale to charity, as well as claim the title as one of the most resourceful art-activists to date.

“I would read all the comments and it’s so triggering to see people saying stuff on the internet, like, ‘Fuck these women, we don’t believe them. They’re making it up. They’re doing it for this, they’re doing it for that,'”

“What I’m doing is basically taking Armie Hammer’s head, I’m shrinking it, and I’m putting it on a stake on the outside of the house of #MeToo.

“This is to stand in solidarity and to say believe women and to believe these women’s stories.”