Trolls won’t stop us from enjoying Black Panther
The enthusiasm around Black Panther has been building up for months. Naturally, there are now forces out there trying to diminish some of that joy.
On Thursday evening, the night Black Panther was officially released, multiple users started making posts on Twitter saying that they got assaulted while seeing the movie.
Of, course they were fake.
Not only were they fake, but they used pics of real victims for their troll. One example is the user who used a picture of Colbie Holderness, the ex-wife of disgraced white house employee Rob Porter.
— issa bardier watch💎🅥 (@Hardcorial) February 16, 2018
Went to the #BlackPanther premier tonight and my wife was assaulted. Three black women approached us and one said “This movie ain’t for you white b****” and then attacked her. Security escorted us to the parking lot and we left. We just wanted to see a movie. pic.twitter.com/Xhc28gr3nB
— Miami Marino™ 🌹 (@DSA_Boi_Pucci) February 16, 2018
Of course, stuff like this doesn’t fool anyone who is even remotely savvy. Users could see the troll move from a mile away:
— Trapa Fasa (@trapafasa) February 16, 2018
It’s not clear who is doing this, but we could safely assume it’s racists. (Or maybe Russian bots?)
If you see anything fishy. just do a quick Google image search for more information.