#kpopgoingtojailparty: K-pop fans want to go to prison with their favorite stars and so get the hilarious idea trending on Twitter
K-pop fans are using memes, gifs, and hilarious video clips to portray a situation where the entire fandom is going to jail alongside their favorites.
K-pop fans are known for their sheer power and authority over the Twitter community, or the 'bird app', as most of them like to call it. And now they have proven it once again in the wake of several K-pop stars getting arrested in the recent past. How you ask? By simply mocking their own fandom and getting the hashtag 'kpopgoingtojailparty' to trend using memes, gifs, and hilarious video clips to ironically portray a situation where the entire fandom is going to jail.
K-pop stars like Cha Ju Hyuk, SS501's Kim Hyun-joong, Sistar's Dasom, and Super Junior's Kangin were all detained in the recent past for crimes ranging from rape to battery and driving under the influence. Joining the club of disgraced stars of the Korean pop music industry are also After School's Nana, T-Ara's Ji-yeon, FT Island's Choi Jong-Hoon, T-Ara's Areu, Sistar's Soyou, Brown Eyed Girl's Gain, and 17 more popular names who were all widely adored for their music and killer moves on the stage, but ended up getting defamed after they were arrested.
But trust the fandom to turn every dark eclipse into a ray of sunshine as a token of loyalty to the stars and music they so ardently follow. Like one fan pointed out through a tweet, "kpop stans trended their own hate hashtag who really owns this bird app #kpopgoingtojailparty." The unity in solidarity is nothing short of inspiring because the hashtag doesn't come as an offensive trope, but is quite hilarious actually. "Wanna know what i love about kpop stans? we are f'ing crackheads who trend their own hate hashtag #kpopgoingtojailparty," mused one fan on Twitter, while another one duly remarked, "But like we would make jail hella fun so I'm down let's go guys #kpopgoingtojailparty."
The fans also took the opportunity to joke about what they would be up to in their jail time, if they came across their favorites from the industry, with clips of their said favorites dancing to their own music - and most of these tweets are related to the widely popular K-pop band BTS. But the fans also took notice of the haters trying to sabotage this mock-situational trend that they have managed to buzz internationally, and by the looks of it, they have zero f***s to spare. They are enjoying the self-digs and today they really do not have time for the rest of the world trying to act like the K-pop fandom doesn't pretty much own Twitter.