The Peppermint Collection

Presented by Producer Entertainment Group

About the Artist

Peppermint is a trailblazing actress, singer, DJ, reality star, and activist who defies limitations. A longtime key figure in queer nightlife, Peppermint’s star rose thanks to her smashing success as the first out trans contestant on Rupaul’s Drag Race where she finished as runner-up in one of the series’ most-talked-about finales. Soon after, her talent led her to become the first trans woman to originate a principal role on Broadway in the hit musical Head Over Heels.

Peppermint's collection with The Queenly NFT features early career photos, and the new "Oh the Fracking" Moment. 5% of net proceeds from sales of NFTs in this collection will go to Gays & Lesbians Living in a Transgender Society (www.glitsinc.org)

Peppermint’s collection for The Queenly NFT offers a "Then and Now" look at the artist. Two early career photos from photographer Justin Greenhause show a joyous Peppermint, but the photos mask how difficult those early years were. “These photos are from a shoot I did in 2001 or 2002. Photographer Justin Greenhouse came over to my Harlem apartment and took photographs of me on the roof and in the alleyway. This was back when I was barely earning enough to pay the bills, in fact I wasn't even wearing a full dress! I was just wearing a skirt and I was pulling it up to shield myself."

The collection also celebrates one of her recent viral moments. In March 2020, Bob the Drag Queen and Peppermint were on Instagram Live. Bob mistakenly thinks Peppermint wants to talk about a news article and social media hot topic accusing RuPaul of “fracking.” The caught-off-guard–simultaneously nervous and rapturous–moment between two friends has been memed and remixed thousands of times and seen by millions. Peppermint offers this new photo to celebrate the moment and the joy it brought to fans.


When Peppermint and Bob The Drag Queen went "Live" via Instagram, they did not know that they were about to go viral. This was in March 2020, in the middle of public discourse about RuPaul's mention of leasing "mineral rights" on his Wyoming Ranch--where heresides with his husband. Peppermint asks Bob if they had seen an article and Bob casually replies, "Oh, the fracking?" Peppermint quickly replies, "No, not that!" and makes the iconic fingers crossing her mouth gesture. As the two friends cackle and intermittently leave camera, a meme was born. Peppermint recreates the gesture here in a special NFT for The Queenly NFT.

The original Instagram Live is also offered as a NFT within The Bob the Drag Queen Collection.

Peppermint’s collection for The Queenly NFT offers a Then and Now look at the artist. Two early career photos ("Smile" and "Laugh") from photographer Justin Greenhause show a joyous Peppermint, but the photos mask how difficult those early years were. “These photos are from a shoot I did in 2001 or 2002. Justin Greenhause came over to my Harlem apartment and took photographs of me on the roof and in the alleyway. This was back when I was barely earning enough to pay the bills, in fact I wasn't even wearing a full dress! I was just wearing a skirt and I was pulling it up to shield myself."

Peppermint’s collection for The Queenly NFT offers a Then and Now look at the artist. Two early career photos ("Smile" and "Laugh") from photographer Justin Greenhause show a joyous Peppermint, but the photos mask how difficult those early years were. “These photos are from a shoot I did in 2001 or 2002. Justin Greenhause came over to my Harlem apartment and took photographs of me on the roof and in the alleyway. This was back when I was barely earning enough to pay the bills, in fact I wasn't even wearing a full dress! I was just wearing a skirt and I was pulling it up to shield myself."

Producer Entertainment Group offers collections of history-making career milestones and viral moments from three of its iconic artists: Bob the Drag Queen, Manila Luzon, and Peppermint.

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