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Zola (also known by her social media handle @_zolarmoon) made Internet headlines when she released  her rachet Odyssey via Twitter.

The story (Queen Of Hoeism), which trended on Twitter last night, features deep characters and intense story lines that kept a whole lot of people intrigued from beginning to end. According to the Twitter novel, Zola meets a woman at her Hooters job, they bond over their hoeism (as Zola described it), exchange numbers then fly to Florida the next day for an epic trip filled with suspense, betrayal and twerking.

#BlackTwitter was having a field day with #ZolaAdventures including casting:

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And recommending the film for Netflix:

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Zola even hinted at a sequel:

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Even Ava Duvernay tweeted about it:

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What do you all think about the stripper soap opera? The tweets are now deleted, but you can follow it here.

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