Lily-Rose Depp Has The Word “Cunning” Written Over Her Face In Some Of Johnny Depp’s NFT Works And Is Being Harassed Online By His Fans

June 9, 2022 / Posted by:

Now that his most recent Trial of the Century is over, Johnny Depp has a bit of free time to relax, reflect and create art before his next trial begins when he’ll face off against Gregg “Rocky” Brooks, a crew member who is accusing Johnny of assault on the set of City of Lies back in 2017. BuzzFeed reports that Johnny’s been hard at work in his studio creating one-of-a-kind masterpieces for his NFT project called Never Fear Truth, which he launched in January. According to his website, the NTFs on offer are digital images of photographs of “People he has known well, and who have inspired him as a person,” that Jonny’s smeared with paint, sharpies and god know what else, to create an image that “is an intimate reflection of their character in Johnny’s eyes; a portrayal of how they have revealed themselves to him.” One of Johnny’s frequent subjects is his daughter Lily-Rose Depp, who, incidentally, is currently being attacked on social media by Depp trolls for not publicly showing support for Johnny during his trial.

Here’s a look at the comments Lili-Rose has been receiving on older Instagram posts for the HIGH CRIME of avoiding Instagram during the trial.

Will the real psychotic fans please stand up? This is getting ridiculous(er). As for the thrice removed works of art, apparently, Lily-Rose revealed herself to be “cunning,” in Johnny’s eyes, since it’s one of the words he has scrawled across her face in a few of his pieces, leading many of his most ardent supporters to cheer, “YAAAS, KING! GET HER!” But considering Johnny went through all the trouble of dragging every sloppy inch of his personal life into court for the sake of his children, or so he said, he’s probably not trying to drag his daughter any further into the mud than he already has. He’s just done absolutely nothing to stop it from happening. Buzzfeed reports:

Some of the famous names represented in the NFTs are River Phoenix, Heath Ledger, and Elizabeth Taylor — as well as Lily-Rose.

There are hundreds of different animated images of his daughter, which have all been worked from the same photographic image before being stripped back and “energized” with Johnny’s freehand and “reflections of the individual’s nature.”

In the pieces, there are various quotes written across Lily-Rose’s face. Several read: “Silence. Exile. Cunning.” Another states: “Words become feeble.”

It’s unclear if Johnny’s Lili-Rose pieces are an attempt to shame her for not speaking up during his trial, as Buzzfeed seems to suggest, or if he’s trying to praise her. Johnny has the words “Silence, Exile, Cunning,” a paraphrased line from James Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, tattooed on his forearm. So my guess is he’s just a pretentious twat who hasn’t matured one single iota since 1984. Here’s a look at the NTFs that I don’t even want to know how many Cap’t Jack Fun Bux will get you.

But wait, that’s not all! You also get to help out one of Johnny’s favorite charities.

Buying one of Johnny’s NFTs gives his supporters access to a private Discord group, where fans can collaborate on creative projects. Donations are also made to Johnny’s chosen charities.

“It’s a great privilege to be able to thank my fans and support the charities that have meant so much to my family. I’m hoping we can form a new friendship group around these NFTs. My involvement in the NFT space is only getting started,” Johnny added.

I couldn’t find a list of any of the charities he’s supposedly donating to, but I very easily found the big, flashing “Connect Wallet” icon if that’s any consolation.


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