K-Pop Fans On Twitter Break Dallas PD’s ‘Snitching’ App By Flooding It With ‘Fancam’ Videos During Protests

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On Saturday the Dallas Police Department asked citizens to turn in videos of people performing “illegal” activities through their app during the protests against police brutality.

Of course, asking people to snitch during protests against the police didn’t sit well with those on the Internet.

Korean Pop (K-pop) twitter fans, who have a large fanbase on the social media app, asked members to flood the app with “fancam” videos. For those who don’t know, fancam videos are fan-shot clips of Korean popstars or groups performing live.

The K-pop fans eventually sent in so many videos that they crashed the app.


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