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Beliebers want you to unfollow Lady Gaga

Beliebers want you to unfollow Lady Gaga
March 30, 2012 JEREMY FEIST
Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber

Because people still care way too much about how many people follow and read their 140-character missives, Justin Bieber fans have launched a campaign to ensure that Justin is the most followed person on Twitter instead of Lady Gaga by urging people to unfollow Gaga. Yes, this is a thing that is really happening. No, I don’t want to live on this planet anymore. Page Six reports:

“To all beliebers this is operation unfollow Lady Gaga,” the typo-ridden message reads. “I’m sorry if your a ‘little monster’ but don’t ou want Justin to be #1 followed on Twitter? Well here is the plan we all know that all beliebers with twitter follow Justin and we don’t have to ceate a million accounts with this plan. First, it’s simple to lok up Lady Gaga on Twitter. Next unfollow her. Simple! I’m not trying to trash Gaga or anything I am a fsan of her music but I think Justin should be #1 followed on Twitter! That’s all but believers please spread the word for me okay? Thank you all that helped!”

Bieber fans even created a hashtag dedicated to this mission: #OperationUnfollowGaga.

The campaign went into its most active phase yesterday, which happened to be Gaga’s birthday. The popularity of the #OperationUnfollowGaga tag led Lady Gaga fans to post responses like, “Really Beliebers? That’s pathetic.”

Just a quick FYI here, but these are the people who will one day be in charge of the world and who will have to maintain peace and balance. And they’re waging a Twitter battle over two pop stars who won’t be relevant in about ten years. Mike Judge was completely right about the whole Idiocracy thing.

Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber