‘White Bitch’ Jessica Says Zola’s Viral Story Is Fake!! Mostly, Anyway

30 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Stripper’s thrilling Twitter tale goes viral and catches attention of Hollywood director.

A waitress and stripper, who took to Twitter to tell a thrilling tale of prostitution, murder, attempted suicide and kidnap on Tuesday night, is now being head hunted by Hollywood directors.With respect to the Republican presidential candidates, there was really only on thing that everyone on social media was talking about on Wednesday: the Zola Story. She wrote a lengthy tale of how she met a girl named Jess while working at Hooters, who took her to Florida to make same money stripping in clubs, but while there the pair ended up in a few messy situations. The insane, roller coaster of a tale has already caught the attention of some of Hollywood’s biggest names – including acclaimed director Ava Duvernay – and it looks like a film adaptation might not be too far out of the realm of possibility.

The pair went on the trip with Jess’s boyfriend, Jarret, who Zola claimed suffers from bipolar and attempted suicide after learning about Jess’s prostitution. The alleged story is difficult to summarize in a way that does justice to Zola’s suspenseful, hilarious and incredibly written epic, but we’ll do our best (although, we really recommend you read the full account, which is no longer available on Zola’s Twitter page, but lives on via Storify). At one stage during the night a pimp, a man Zola only refers to as Z, forced a gun on Zola, telling her to protect Jess while on an excursion to meet a man for sex. On Tuesday, over the course of 150 tweets, she recounted a story about the time that she took a road trip to Florida with another dancer that she met one night during her shift at Hooters. When they got there however, Jess was kidnapped by the men and Zola was forced to run because she was afraid to call the police while carrying the gun in her purse.

The trip, which was intended as an opportunity for the two women – who instantly bonded over their shared “hoeism” – to dance together, but not long after they finished their set at a strip club, Zola found herself caught in the middle of a dangerous situation involving the other woman’s boyfriend, roommate and a mysterious man with dreadlocks. The tweets have now been removed from Twitter, Zola tweeting and then deleting, “Got WAY more attention than I ever could’ve fathomed…literally having a meeting with my lawyer tomorrow to patent this.”.

The events that followed involved kidnapping, gunshots, a phone call from jail, murder and the most amazing incident of someone getting their pants caught on a balcony that has ever been recounted in 140 characters. She tweeted “Based on a true story” in quote marks and when a Twitter user made a joke about her inbox being full of messages from movie executives and publishers Zola simply replied, “Facts”. The tale caught on overnight, inspiring everyone to take to social media to quote their favorite lines, praise Zola’s talent for storytelling and begging for it to be adapted into a book, TV series and movie. So, who does Twitter think should bring the most compelling story to ever hit the Internet to the big (or small – it is right up Lifetime’s alley) screen? Good, who currently stars on Minority Report, was by far the most popular suggestion for who should take on the role of the fearless, hilarious narrator.

Good’s definitely got the dramatic chops to pull off the more intense and harrowing portions of Zola’s story, as well as the comedic timing to ensure that her most unforgettable lines can be carried over into the script. Perhaps it’s her ability to make us laugh and cry at the same time as Pennsatucky in Orange is the New Black, but when it came time to pick someone to play the in-over-her-head Jess, everyone on Twitter chose Manning.

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