A popular television and movie streaming service was forced to delete a Tweet imploring Americans to wear “appropriate and respectful” Halloween costumes after discovering that thousands of Americans are not interested in being told what to do.
“If you’re dressing up for #Huluween this year, this is your reminder to wear a costume that is culturally appropriate and respectful to others. Let’s celebrate the holiday in a way that we can all enjoy,” Hulu said in the now-removed Tweet.
The Tweet had more than 3,700 replies and only 366 likes, commonly referred to on Twitter as a “ratio,” which has a negative connotation. Though the Tweet is now deleted, some of the replies are still active.
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