K-Pop and TikTokers Flood MAGA March Hashtag With Pancake Memes

Why is everyone taking pictures of their pancakes on November 14th? The push for pancakes on social media by trolling the #MillionMAGAMarch has more to do than love carbs.

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Once again, K-pop and TikTokers fans have creatively taken over another Donald Trump event by flooding social media with pictures of pancakes and a Trump march hashtag. Actress Shea Depmore developed a site to manage the cost, using mapa2020.com.

Instead of the Million MAGA March, Depmore is proposing a “Million Pancake Brunch.” She calls on “anti-racism, K-pop stanzas, witches and cool people on the internet,” to fill the hashtag with pancakes. She says the group won’t go against each other in person, but instead post pictures of pancakes in the morning or images of K-pop stars eating pancakes. The pancake troll is supposed to remind Trump fans that Joe Biden traveled several states on his behalf.

Social media pancakes take over

The hashtag contained a bevy of folklore and hilarious pancake memes. “Blue corn pancakes! Thank you to the Navajo Nation for help with flip AZ !!! ”Shared one Twitter.

“When I bring you out, we will move. GA and AZ I see you, ”said someone else pancakes covered with grubs, blueberries and crushed cream. Someone else added, “Mmmmm… Red, white and raspberry…”

“It spread mostly through Alt TikTok – we kept it on the quiet side where people do pranks and lots of activity,” said YouTuber Elijah Daniel The New York Times. “K-pop Twitter and Alt TikTok have a good partnership where they share information very quickly. They all know the algorithms and how they can motivate videos to get where they want. “

Pranksters deleted posts to keep the plan under posts. The final rally was a dud with 17,000 tickets ordered by TikTokers. The stadium was designed to have 19,000 attendees.

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