The famous American rapper and actor O’Shea Jackson Sr. (better known as Ice Cube) called himself a supporter of the world’s first Dogecoin token meme.
Thus, he put himself on a par with Ilon Musk, Roger Wehr, Snoop Dogg, Gene Simmons and others.
Shortly thereafter, Ice Cube turned its attention to Bill Lee’s decision to purchase 25 NFT Fire-Tier of the rapper’s BIG3 league Aliens basketball team for $600,000 in DOGE. The transaction was the largest commercial transaction made in Dogecoin.
Speaking of token supporters, Ilon Musk is worth mentioning. The Tesla CEO often praises DOGE in his Twitter account, which in many cases leads to an increase in the cryptocurrency’s price.
Another popular person with a passion for Dogecoin is Roger Wehr, who paradoxically bears the nickname “bitcoin-Jesus.” He believes that DOGE is “much better, cheaper and more reliable” than the world’s first cryptocurrency.
Last year, the meme coin was supported by American rapper Snoop Dogg. He spoke positively about Dogecoin on April 20, the unofficial holiday of cannabis smokers. Moreover, Snoop Dogg suggested calling this date “Doge day”.
Another meme-token fan was the legendary member of the rock band KISS Gene Simmons. He became a DOGE hodeler in February 2021 because he thought its price would rise. His prediction was pretty accurate, because when he invested in the asset, its dollar valuation was only $0.04. In the following months, it rose to an all-time high of $0.73, and the token currently trades around $0.12.