This Mariah Carey fan campaign means something different in the UK. Very different
Mariah Carey’s fans have been mobilising behind a campaign to get the soundtrack to her pisspoor 2001 movie, Glitter, to the top of the charts.
And it’s been so successful that it went to number one in the US thanks to doing things like this on Twitter.
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) December 3, 2018
Except, well, #JusticeforGlitter means something very different in the UK than it does in the US.
Perhaps not one to pursue in the UK. https://t.co/v3LLD1s0HZ
— Chris Duncan (@chrisduncania) December 3, 2018
For Gadd's sake!
— Darth 🍻🎧🌶 (@Darth_Lebowski) December 3, 2018
I don't want to be in that gang
— Mason (@TL_Mason) December 3, 2018
So she wants justice for Gary Glitter?
— Richard (@Richard87118280) December 3, 2018
That is literally the joke
— A (@longy_uk) December 3, 2018
To conclude …
I would suggest you rethink using #JusticeForGlitter in the UK. 😬
— Stan Harris (@harris_stan) December 3, 2018