Justin Bieber buys a second Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT

Because Justin Bieber's lonely Bored Ape has a new mate, the weekends are clearly Justin Bieber's time for NFT buying. This one isn't utterly dull, just so you know.


Justin Bieber has made his second purchase of the Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT in less than two weeks.


Instead of spending millions, he paid 166 ETH worth about $470,000 for his latest Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT.



In comparison to his former teary-eyed mate, Bored Ape #3850 is the cool friend. It wears a variety of layering garments, including a blue button shirt, plaid shirt, brown t-shirt, and green puffer vest, and has pink fur with an icy grin and traditional bored eyes.


The ape's style is completed by a cobalt blue bandana cap, and the digital artwork is completed by a purple-grey background.


This ape is a little more uncommon than his last one, with a diamond-crusted smile and a headpiece that are less than 1% rare.


On Open Sea, JB's newest Bored Ape has yet to see the light of day. Rather of selling the investment on the popular NFT marketplace, the two parties transferred it between accounts.


Last week, Justin Bieber paid 500 ETH worth about $1.3 million for the Bored Ape #3001, igniting a war of memes and discussion from NFT news-invested social media users.


The ape's plain appearance was mocked on Twitter, indicating that features were more common than unique. Then there came the shocking pricing, which revealed that Bieber paid more for the monkey than it was worth.


NFTs pique Justin Bieber's interest without a doubt


He also invests in inBetweeners on a regular basis, having purchased a number of Teddy Bear non-fungible tokens. He showed off six new ones he got from the Gianpiero D'Alessandro and Pasquale D'Avino-led firm a few days ago.