Strange Compensation: Ron Bielecki Backs Down on NFT Scam – Sends Victims to Festival

Scam Discovered – Ron Bielecki Got Damn Stupid Selling NFT. As compensation, the influencer sends his victims to a party in Belgium.

Berlin – Influencer Ron Bielecki knows how to stage himself to get attention. Booze, parties and money are at the heart of his YouTube videos and Instagram appearances. Last month, the YouTuber offered his fans the opportunity to purchase a “Tornado Card” online to purchase exclusive access to events featuring the influencer. However, her fans sniffed at the fraud and criticized the influencer heavily. Bielecki returned and released a statement.

First and last name Ron Bielecki
Birthday August 24, 1998
Birthplace Berlin
Followers on YouTube 535,000 (as of June 2022)
Followers on Instagram 683,000 (as of June 2022)

What happened ? Ron Bielecki polarizes almost continuously. Scandals have followed in recent weeks and besides tarnishing his image, he seems to have jeopardized the benevolence of his community. Last month, Bielecki offered an NFT to give the owner access to exclusive events. Critics then shot up from all sides. The influencer has now released a statement apologizing.

What should the Tornado map offer? The card, called Tornado, was supposed to give the owner access to special and exclusive events. “Unique and limited. Your exclusive access to a world that until now you only know through social media”.

With these words, the Bielecki website promotes the virtual object. The exact meaning of all this is beyond fuzzy. The “Tornado-Card” must give access to: “4 major exclusive events, at least 6 surprise parties, various competitions and more than 250 other experiences”.

What is Bielecki’s video about? In his video statement, Bielecki claims to have confided in the “wrong” people about the “theme of the NFT”. Decisions would have been made behind his back. In addition, Bielecki claims that all customers must be refunded and that he is giving away 60 tickets to the Tomorrowland festival, including hotel room, provided they join his Discord server.

In addition, seats for events scheduled only for Tornado Card members must also be raffled on the Discord server. However, the website for purchasing the “Tornado Card” is still online.

What does the municipality say? YouTuber Rutkay summed up the situation in his video and incorporated Ron Bielecki’s statement. However, on YouTube, viewers are generally quite skeptical. In any case, Bielecki doesn’t seem to enjoy the most confidence among his spectators. Apparently the YouTuber has not been able to convince all his fans, far from it.

  • mm writes on YouTube: Well, who is being fooled… Education is important. Viewers pay for it, but don’t support it.
  • crazy kris commentary: ” Everyone now knows that ron’s nft/tornado map is a scam.

Who is Ron Bielecki? Ron Bielecki is a YouTuber and influencer. Bielecki has been active online since 2013, initially posting fitness and exercise videos on his channel. On social networks and in his videos, Bielecki is now setting himself up as a party animal and a playboy. Wealth is one of the central themes of his videos, he regularly brags about how much money he seems to have. Through his statements and his performances, Bielecki has regularly made people talk about him and caused a stir in the German YouTube scene.

Lately, however, things haven’t been going so well for the YouTuber from Berlin. In one video, a drunken Bielecki lashed out at a security guard at a concert and the influencer didn’t look good in an in-depth interview with Leeroy Matata either. After the “Tornado Card”, which has apparently generated a rather negative public perception, it will not be easy for the so-called wealthy partygoer to restore his image.

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