NFT Ethics, recognized for providing insight into hacks and scams, has come under fire from the NFT group. Oddly enough, it’s not for anything else they’ve done, but extra for what they don’t know.
In a lengthy Twitter thread discussing BAYC’s racism claims, NFT Ethics admitted one thing that scared the NFT group.
The thread’s 13th tweet explores the identification of everyone involved in the BAYC project. In this tweet, the preferred account appearing in the NFT group’s ethical behavior here came through an unknown expression.
In actuality, NFT Ethics stated, “We have to admit that we had never heard of that word, so we had to look up ‘reliable’ resources to understand if it could mean something else.”
NFT Ethics discovers ‘new’ expression!
The expression, if truth be told, was Cowabunga. Of course, Twitter customers temporarily spoke back to the NFT Ethics tweet. Many wondered how one can endure their existence without listening to one of the pivotal iconic slogans of all time, ‘Cowabunga’.
Made famous through The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in the 1980s, and Michelangelo in particular, it’s a huge part of the popular cultural-historical past. In addition, Bart Simpson occasionally uses the ‘Cowabunga’ road.
It’s safe to mention that many noticed the humorous side of the truth that NFT Ethics took to google the word as if it were some magical secret phrase. One person, @threadoor, stated: “You all trust an account that was supposed to research what cowabunga was?”
Another person, @codethsmithy, presented a satirical inquiry, “guys. I think “Cobabunga” is perhaps the most important in all of this. The key to all the corruption, insider buying and selling, pumping and dumping that we have observed in our NFT activities. It all goes back to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”
The information that NFT Ethics does not know the term cowabunga is surprisingly related. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles make a comeback, and they soon have a respectable TMNT NFT project.