Paris Hilton's latest investment in NFTs has not been off to a great start. Credit: AP Photo/Andrew Harnik

Paris Hilton’s NFT drop, ‘Past Lives, New Beginnings’, has been met with mixed reactions on Twitter.

While Hilton’s new NFT (Non-fungible token) drop was met with overwhelming praise from her fans, some technical issues drew criticism from her followers.

One of the celebrity’s best-known fans, Timmy Hilton, posted his first NFT purchase, Hilton’s ‘My forever fairytale’, on Twitter, expressing his admiration for the release and the perks that come with it.

People who purchase the NFT gain certain perks: the chance of being followed by Paris Hilton on Twitter, win a virtual meet and greet with her, or even attending a group dinner with her in Los Angeles.


However, many Twitter users who purchased the NFT complained that it does not show up in their wallets.

One Twitter user claims they purchased three, but only one is showing up in their account:

Another user is disappointed with the service as they purchased as many as five NFTs and encountered the same issue as many others.

Hilton first hinted the drop of her NFT on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’. During the show, Hilton and Fallon also showcased their Bored Ape NFTs. These now sell for approximately 116 Ethereum at floor price.

Hilton’s collaged NFT took six months to complete, and it was created as a way to showcase her starting a new chapter in her life, as a newlywed, entrepreneur and NFT investor.