Real-life ‘Disaster Girl’ earns $500,000
We all are aware of the meme template of the disaster girl that was standing after the burning house. But as per the news, Real-life ‘Disaster Girl’ earns $500,000 from her original copy of the picture. As per sources, she has sold the original copy of her meme template as a non-fungible token (NFT). The name of the disaster girl is Zoe Roth; she is now a 21-year-old college-going student and is the face behind the most famous meme material. At the time of the picture, Zoe Roth was 4 years old small girl. However, no matter what was the reason behind her smiling face but as of now, she has become popular.
The image became the reason for expressing one’s gain from someone else’s ill on social media.
Surprisingly, a Real-life disaster girl sold as an NFT for nearly about $500,000 for her original copy. This is not over yet, she (disaster girl) will also retain the copyright over the NFT. Additionally, she will get a 10 per cent share every time it’s sold in future.
The auction for its original copy happened earlier this month. Moreover, the auction was held on Foundation App (auction website). Zoe Roth plans to use the income for paying her college dues and to make donations to charity.
As a reminder, way back in 2005 the father of Disaster girl, David Roth took a picture of his daughter (disaster girl) while the neighbour’s house was on fire. The firefighters were seen controlling the house on fire. After the picture was uploaded on the internet, many users used her face and backgrounds as a meme template for creating humour. The disaster girl went up to become the most viral faces in the field of fun. Many re-creations or you might say fun making scenarios or situations have been related to the picture.