People are hardcore freaking out over the "Zola story," a Detroit Hooters waitress' tale of a crazy weekend in Florida. The narrator is a one @_zolarmoon, who told the story over a series of tweets last night. It was deleted after going viral, but thankfully the screenshots have been saved. Here it is, in its glorious entirety (Warning: It's pretty graphic and pretty long.):
People started doubting the authenticity of her claims, so she posted some photo evidence as a response:
People on Twitter started pointing to real news stories in speculation that they were related to Zola's tale:
This Instagram post is allegedly Jesse commenting on Zola's Instagram, angry that Zola brought up everything again:
If it is true, people have argued that it shouldn't be taken as lightly as the Internet is currently taking it:
It doesn't seem like it's true, though. Zola retweeted this —
— in addition to tweeting this:
"Jess" also changed her Instagram with the following bio:
NEW PAGE! Stop harassing me! that zolo story isn't true at all.
That didn't stop people from having a blast with it over Twitter. Casting suggestions were offered for the film adaptation:
This tweeter also pointed out that it'd probably be better than anything Hollywood is currently making:
Congratulations on reading the longest thing you'll actually read all year.