President @realDonaldTrump will be in Tulsa, OK on June 19 for a Make America Great Again Rally!
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– Team Trump (#TulsaTrumpRally) (@TeamTrump) June 11, 2020
At that point, thousands of users of Tik Tok and fans of K-Pop (pop made by South Korean band that has become mainstream in United States) have started to relaunch links for social networks booking and to reserve their tickets for a rally they would never go to. A mass boycott which went viral through social sharing and which users themselves, 24 or 48 hours after publication, have erased the traces in order not to anticipate the “surprise”. The example of Mary Jo Laupp, reported by New York Times, who called to call to action in a video posted late at night on Tik Tok. “I recommend to everyone who wants to see this auditorium 19 thousand seats barely filled or completely empty to book all tickets now and leave like this Trump alone on stage, ”he said Laupp in the video. In the morning, when he rekindled the phone, saw that the video had gone viral, with more than 700 thousand likes, 2 million views and an estimate – based on comments – of at least 17 thousand tickets booked. All places left empty.