When President Donald Trump supporters tried to get the hashtag #ImpeachBidenNow going on Friday, K-pop stans made it go viral with videos and pictures of their favorite artists.
"It's preposterous that Silicon Valley, the bastion of diversity and liberalism, is terrified of intellectual diversity and conservative voices," said Trump 2020 deputy national press secretary Ken Farnaso.
If you open Instagram on Tuesday and search the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag, all you'll see is a black screen.
The acquittal of President Donald Trump prompted #AmericansFindTrumpGuilty and #ImpeachedPresident to trend on Twitter Wednesday afternoon.
As #Ashtag has gained traction, a debate has followed on whether it is appropriate.
"We need to take on a responsibility to make sure that our tool is being used in positive and healthy ways," Twitter boss Jack Dorsey said.
It's been a year of political engagement and tomfoolery for African social media users.
The hashtag has been used more than 60,000 times since Saturday night.
Social networks offer new campaign tools. But beware slacktivism and clicktivism.