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Manvel HS college students outraged over nameless ‘Smash or Move’ social media account that’s score college students

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College students at an Alvin Impartial Faculty District college referred to as an nameless social media web page a type of cyberbullying.

“We don’t know who did it, it’s nameless,” stated Cody Corridor, a freshman at Manvel Excessive Faculty.

Corridor is referring to the “Smash or Move” account that popped up on Instagram a couple of weeks in the past.

Followers are urged to ship footage of different college students to the personal account. Then, followers can vote on the web page whether or not they would need to get sexual with the particular person or cross. The outcomes of the ballot are then seen to followers.

“They publish nasty issues about individuals, like would they smash or cross,” stated Lesley Mack, a sophomore at Manvel. “That’s nasty.”

Mack stated she would have been upset if her image appeared on the web page.

“I might be mad. I might be actually mad as a result of, why?” she requested. “Why would you publish any individual on there? Like that’s cyberbullying.”

Corridor stated the “Smash or Move” web page is considered one of a number of nameless Manvel accounts on the app soliciting different individuals’s footage. The most recent account urges college students to ship in pictures of scholars sleeping in school.


“Properly there are different pages, however that is the very first sleep web page. There have been pages of individuals combating and folks doing all kinds of issues,” Corridor stated.

KPRC 2 repeatedly reached out to Alvin ISD over the previous two days for remark and to seek out out what the district was attempting to do in regards to the accounts however none of our calls had been returned as of Tuesday night time.

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