K-POP Stans Bombard PRO-TRUMP Rally by Tweeting About Pancakes

K-POP Stans Bombard PRO-TRUMP Rally by Tweeting About Pancakes

K-POP Stans Bombard PRO-TRUMP Rally by Tweeting About Pancakes
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K-pop stans wasted no time spamming Twitter with pancakes ahead of the planned pro-Trump rally in Washington, D.C. last Saturday.

The counter-protest trended on social media when actress Shea Depmore told her followers to flood the hashtag #MillionMAGAMarch with food images.

Not long after, syrupy pancakes and other breakfast items bombarded the microblogging platform alongside the rally hashtag supporting Trump.

“Make yourself some pancakes or find yourself a good stock photo and fill the hashtag #MillionMAGAMarch with syrupy goodness,” said Depmore on Twitter.

“Someone please inform the K-pop stans,” ends the tweet.

K-POP Stans Bombard PRO-TRUMP Rally by Tweeting About Pancakes
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As a result, K-pop fans ultimately diverted the attention of Trump loyalists with delicious food content and slew of memes.

The hashtag quickly overtook other content just as soon as the afternoon rally began. However, not all folks were thrilled about the challenge.

One Twitter user wrote, “Seriously, though, if the MAGA folks want to march, let them march. They have First Amendment rights like everyone else does. Ignore them and leave them alone.”

Meanwhile, the other side of the fence celebrated the hijack opposing the Republican party, even thanking K-pop fans along the way.

“Shout out to the incredible K-pop stans (Twitter royalty) who hijacked the #MillionMAGAMArch hashtag with pancakes making it unusable by Trump loyalists,” a netizen said.

K-POP Stans Bombard PRO-TRUMP Rally by Tweeting About Pancakes
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However, this is is not the first time K-pop fans flooded Twitter in protest. 

This same year, the overbearing fanbase also spammed controversial hashtags like #whitelivesmatter and #BlueLivesMatter with idol fancams.

Trump supporters gathered in D.C. last Saturday in protest of last week’s election results showcasing opposing candidate Joe Biden as the projected winner.

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