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K-Pop Fans Are Drowning Out Racist Hashtags With Their Fancams

K-Pop Fans Are Drowning Out Racist Hashtags With Their Fancams

K-Pop fans are drowning out the hate with love for their favorite artists!

With Black Lives Matter protests happening globally against systemic racism and police brutality as a result of the murder of George Floyd, a racist “White Lives Matter” hashtag has unfortunately become a byproduct of the moment for equality.

To tackle the influx of racist posts under that hashtag, K-Pop fans have united to post tons of fancams – clips of their favorite acts performing – to drown out the hateful messaging.

The campaign caught the attention of Twitter users, who cheered them on as they expanded coverage to hashtags like #WhiteoutWednesday, #MAGA and #BlueLivesMatter.

“LMAO I WAS READY TO INSULT THE S–T OUT OF EVERYONE, THEN I SAW THAT K-POP STANS ARE DESTROYING THE# DAMN NEVER THOUGHT I’D BE THAT HAPPY SEEING K-POP FANCAM šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚,” one popular tweet observing the trend reads.

“Kpop fans are out in full force covering the horrible trending tags and Iā€™m here šŸ‘šŸ» for šŸ‘šŸ» it šŸ‘šŸ»,” another reads.

Here are some ways you can help out the Black Lives Matter cause.

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Posted to: Black Lives Matter, K-Pop, Politics

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