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The Bored Ape Yacht Club Founders Appear On Camera For The First Time

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Bored Ape Yacht Club's founders unveiled their identities for the first time in a seven-minute interview on Input. 

"Gordon Goner," a.k.a Wylie Aronow, and "Gargamel," a.k.a Greg Solano, gave their first interview on camera after Buzzfeed "doxxed" their faces earlier this year.

They also provide background information on their cultural interests and the experiences that inspired the art project.

As per the video, the relationship began with an argument about the late writer David Foster Wallace.

The founders have until now been shy about revealing their faces, and the crypto community was highly divided on the morals of Buzzfeed revealing their names.

The Bored Ape Yacht Club's actual founders have come out against accusations that they are neoNazis and alt-right extremists. 

The group's creators, the company behind Bored Apes, have sued a man who claims to be neo-Bored Apes sued a person who claimed that the group's images contain secrets Neo-Nazi "dog whistles."

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