K-Pop stans love to use social media to talk about their favourite artists - and they're putting their power to good use.
They've taken to Twitter to take over racist hashtags like #whitelivesmatter, flooding these hashtags with anti-racist posts (as well as a healthy dose of memes).
It's in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, and people joined in, expressing their approval of what K-Pop fans were doing.
— Smooth Elon (@theogsimp) June 3, 2020
— a ?? (@sheraisgay) June 3, 2020
— fico (@fantasfico) June 3, 2020
They also tweeted about how they thought racists using the hashtags sincerely would react, given they would have initially seen the hashtags trending without any context.
— momo ???? (@sanemititties) June 3, 2020
According to a Variety article, for at least a period, the posts buried pretty much all genuine racist posts in the hashtag - and it looks like they're not going to let up any time soon.
K-Pop stans using their fancams for a good cause. You love to see it.