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But K-pop fans, while extremely well-organized, are hardly a monolith.

K-pop fans instead flooded the app by submitting “fancams,” or videos of performances featuring a particular K-pop star or group.

Several K-pop groups — groups that generally avoid making direct political statements — ended up vocalizing support for the movement.

Black fans say they have faced racism and harassment in digital fan spaces, while queer fans have been doxxed.

Agbakoba says, “At the end of the day, we’re just a bunch of music fans like many other fandoms.

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