Oh no, we need to keep Kenny Lofton away from NFTs

Cleveland Indians center fielder Kenny Lofton (Photo by DAVID MAXWELL/AFP via Getty Images)
Cleveland Indians center fielder Kenny Lofton (Photo by DAVID MAXWELL/AFP via Getty Images) /
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Cleveland Indians center fielder Kenny Lofton (Photo by DAVID MAXWELL/AFP via Getty Images) /

Kenny Lofton is a beloved member of Cleveland’s baseball past, which is why we need to do everything in our power to keep him out of the NFT world.

Kenny Lofton is not only one of the best Cleveland players of all time, but he’s truly one of the best center fielders of all time and deserves a place in the Hall of Fame.

Which is exactly why we all need to band together and stop him from getting involved with NFTs.

Imagine my shock and horror while innocently scrolling through Twitter the other day and coming upon Lofton responding to this inquiry about NFTs:

Upon further inspection, Lofton’s Twitter bio includes a link to something called Centerblock, which is, my God, an NFT marketplace in which he’s a partner. People can of course choose to spend their time and money doing whatever they want, but we’ve just seen so many celebrities and athletes fall down the NFT rabbit hole recently, and it’s a shame to see this one hit so close to home.

There’s always the slightest bit of room for me to be wrong believe it or not, but I have a feeling we’ll all eventually look back on NFTs being one of the most ridiculous quasi-scams of our time.

Let’s just hope we’re having that conversation after Lofton finishes up his Hall of Fame speech in Cooperstown.