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

The Doggface team is getting ready to sell the popular NFT video of him skating while sipping Ocean Spray cranberry juice and listening to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” that went viral last year.

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According to TMZ, Stevie Nicks is blocking Nathan Apodaca, better known as “Doggface,” from realizing his “Dreams” by refusing to license the song for a new business venture that the internet sensation is currently preparing. Nathan is best known as the skateboarding Fleetwood Mac cranberry juice guy.

The Doggface team is getting ready to market the viral video of him skating while sipping Ocean Spray cranberry juice and listening to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” as an NFT.

Unfortunately, the NFR will not have music because Nicks didn’t consent to having her song utilized in this manner. Another problem, Nathan doesn’t have the rights to display the Ocean Spray logo, so that will have to be digitally blurred.

Doggface still intends to list the NFT with an opening bid of $500,000 notwithstanding these changes.

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Despite being offered half the sale’s revenues, Nicks still had no interest in taking part. Doggface says he’s insulted by the move, since (as he sees it) his video was responsible for a big spike in Fleetwood Mac’s popularity among a younger audience, many of whom discovered their music for the first time through the video.

It’s unclear if Doggface’s NFT, with a $500,000 starting price, will find a buyer without music or an Ocean Spray logo. But if it does, Doggface can be proud of establishing such a high value for his own work without the help of Fleetwood Mac – and maybe Stevie Nicks will regret missing out on such an easy payday.

The NFT sale has not yet taken place as of the time of this writing.

How much money has Nathan Apodaca made off his viral TikTok?

Nathan was residing at his brother’s home when the TikTok video was being recorded. Prior to that, he had been residing in a basic RV that was parked in a Walmart lot. When he rode the skateboard to his work at a potato warehouse, he had less than $200 to his name.

In total, Nathan Apodaca has earned an estimated $200,000 through donations, item sales, sponsorships, and gifts from his vial TikTok—this does not include the NFT sale, which has not yet happened as of the time of this writing.