Once again, K-Pop stans are using their social media savvy to hijack a political hashtag.

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On January 20, Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America, taking over office from former president Donald Trump.

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President Biden was in office less than 48 hours before the hashtag #ImpeachBidenNow became the second-highest trending Twitter in the US.

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The hashtag was allegedly started by Twitter users who feel that Biden is not fit for office, but this online protest soon became a K-Pop party.

Fans from various K-Pop fandoms are tweeting fancams, photos, and more to make the hashtag their own.

Many Twitter users are happy to see K-Pop stans involved and are thanking them for their efforts.

This isn’t the first time K-Pop has crossed into politics. Last year, fans helped Black Lives Matter protesters by spamming the Dallas Police Department‘s iWatch app with fancams. They also took over hashtags to protect protesters.

In addition to this, the hacktivist collective Anonymous recruited a “K-Pop division” to take out the #BlueLivesMatter and #WhiteLivesMatter hashtags.

As this fan said, if anyone needs help from K-Pop stans, all they have to do is ask!