Charlotte Fang

Charlotte Fang is the Co-founder of the collection. In May 2022, Charlotte Fang stepped down as CEO of Milady after self as the person behind the controversial 'Miya'.[1][2][3]


Charlotte Fang also referred to as Charlie, was the CEO of Remilia, the online collective behind the project. [2]

 is a collection of 10,000 generative neochibi-style profile pictures (pfp) inspired by the street-style tribes of Y2K Japan and it was launched in August 2021. Initially, the idea for was to give holders access to a “​​highly customized Minecraft server”. The Milady  project soon expanded its ecosystem to involve NFT banners, mixtapes, VRtube, a bootleg merch store, and more. [2][4]

Miya Controversy

On May 23, 2022, analyst made allegations in a thread[5] that Milady co-founder, Charlotte Fang, was “Miya” – a pseudonymous online entity that allegedly spread hatred against Blacks, homosexuals, and Jews. [5]

also revealed another one of Fang’s older accounts with the username, Sonya. Besides posting similar content to Miya, Sonya reportedly managed a “harem of e-girls.” In a group chat where minors were encouraged into eating disorders and self-harm, one post contained abusive rules these girls followed. [5][6]

Additionally, it was alleged that Charlotte/Miya/Sonya was supposedly part of a suicide movement called Systemspace[7]. The community urged members to commit suicide, plying them with promises that they would gain access to “paradise” upon death. alleged that five years back, a 17-year-old in Canada killed himself due to the influence of this cult.[5][6]

Charlotte Fang's Response

Fang initially attempted to deny the allegations; however, they  and confessed to running the Miya account. [8]

"OK, full disclosure: I was Miya. And its toxic baggage that’s hurting Milady community & poisoning the vibe. I apologize about trying to hide the past account—Miya has nothing to do with Milady Maker & should stay that way so I’ll be stepping down from the team from here."

Fang admitted to making the controversial posts calling them Miya’s “toxic baggage.” [6]

To stop the scandal from reflecting on , Charlie resigned as CEO of the NFT project and made a public apology. The former executive stated that Miya’s content was unrelated to their actual views and the Milady NFT project. [6]

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