Shea Depmore is reported to be the one chargeable for unleashing Ok-pop stans on the #MillionMAGAMarch hashtag (Image: Getty)
Ok-pop followers have assembled on Tik-Tok and Twitter to battle in opposition to Donald Trump’s supporters by flooding the #MillionMAGAMarch hashtag with footage of pancakes.
Left-wing activists have vowed to counter-protest the occasion and have been assisted at present by Ok-pop followers who tried to cease phrase spreading concerning the march on social media.
The concept for the hashtag sabotage was began by actor Shea Depmore, who stated: ‘We aren’t going to go and counter-protest in particular person. We’re gonna take over their hashtag as a substitute.
‘Fill the hashtag MIllionMAGA March right here on Twitter, wherever that has hashtags with pancakey goodness.’
Ms Depmore then advised an acronym of ‘Make America Pancakes Once more’ (MAPA).
The reinvented hashtag was fashionable on Twitter, with a whole lot of individuals getting concerned.
Posting a photograph of blueberry pancakes, one Twitter consumer wrote: ‘Keep away. It’s their funeral and they need to be allowed. Allow them to mourn with #MarchForTrump. Are they serving pancakes?’
One other stated: ‘There’s nothing that flips higher than a pancake — besides ya know…perhaps Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin.’
Another person tweeted a photograph of a tragic face on a pancake, writing: ‘As a lifelong sports activities fanatic, I can’t ever bear in mind a whole-ass-parade for the loser of a contest.’
Photographs of blue pancakes within the color of the Democrat celebration have additionally circulated on-line in a dig to Trump supporters nonetheless reeling over the election loss.
It’s not the primary time Ok-pop stans have launched into a web-based battle in opposition to Trump supporters.
Tons of of seats have been left empty at a Trump rally in Tulsa in June after Ok-pop followers jumped on a tweet selling free registration.
Followers of Ok-pop boy-band BTS raised over $1 million for the Black Lives Matter motion and different civil rights organisations after protests in opposition to police brutality this yr.
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