Top 10 Most Toxic Fandoms On The Internet

Suppose you’ve just finished a TV series or a book. You want to let it rest, but you’re a curious cat. So you lift the internet’s veil to get at the cream. You glimpse mountains of shiny fan art, fanfiction, theories, predictions, and God only knows what else, but there’s a catch if you want to see all of it.

Top 10 Most Toxic Fandoms

1. True Crime One of the most significant complaints viewers put forth about true crime fans is their belief in an uncanny ability to solve crime before law enforcement does.

2. Sports Fans Passionately supporting a team or keeping tabs on a sport makes sense, and there’s nothing like the tension during a big match; sports can also bring you joy and connection with other fans.

3. K-Pop Stans Don’t get me wrong; the K-Pop artists are some of the most talented individuals in the industry. They can sing, dance, and act, and their fans know how to appreciate them except when they go overboard.

4. Rick And Morty Unless you live under a rock, you’ll probably know why this fandom is on the list. One thing the online community agrees on is that the fanbase ruined the show for new people. In a notably unfunny prank, someone filmed themselves pretending to be “Pickle-Rick,” at McDonald’s while demanding Szechuan sauce.

5. The Legend of Korra fans Fans of the Last Airbender had mixed reactions to the sequel following the life of Avatar Korra, the successor to Aang. However, the show is not at fault, although I hate what they made of Katara.

6. The Heartstopper Fandom The much beloved graphic novels came to Netflix in a sweet, cozy adaptation, but the warm, fuzzy feeling of watching people on screen be in love didn’t last too long. Instead, fans pressurized one of the leads, Kit Connor, into revealing personal details about his life online.

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