Mia Star has become a big deal on our social media, but here’s the surprising truth about her story. She’s a character in a game, not a real person. People are obsessed with her on YouTube, Instagram, and more. They want to either be like her or be her friend. But here’s the twist: she’s not a genuine person.
Mia’s Instagram account popped up about five weeks before they revealed that she’s not real. She was made up to be the face of a new game by What Do You Meme? The game is called “Who K*lled Mia Star?” and it’s perfect for those who love true crime stories.
Who K*lled Mia Star?
You can find “Who K*lled Mia Star?” at Target, Walmart, and Amazon. It’s a super engaging game that’s like half real life and half online. Even though you buy a physical game, you’ll also have to search through fake news articles and social media stuff.
The story kicks off when Mia gets murdered while she’s live streaming to her fans. Her millions of followers see this sad thing happen, but it’s your job to figure out who did it. The game has different kits that give you clues: some digital stuff and some you can touch.
This new way of playing is called “a murder mystery game for the modern age,” like they say on Amazon. But it’s not just about finding clues. You’ll also need to get into Mia’s gadgets and solve puzzles to really figure things out.
One thing to note: This game is meant for folks who are 17 years old or older.
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Why Do So Many People Dislike Mia Star?
When the game was first released, there was a lot of talk about it. Even “tasteless” was said by one person. Their biggest worry was that it could lead to more abuse against women.
“Nah **** this for a joke. Real violence against women is happening every day in the community so frequently it’s barely even a lead story anymore,” one person
Nah, this is just a joke, fk it. Real abuse against women happens every day in the community so often that it’s not even a lead story anymore, but you’re trying this?! Not good. Before this, I had never heard of this guy, and I wish I still hadn’t.
On a lighter side, there are also some people who don’t get the joke. One person who didn’t know it was all for show asked, “Why would I buy a game about someone who no one has heard of and who has less than 100,000 followers?”
Another person tried to make fun of the character by saying, “The only thing that’s dead is your social media after this humongous L.”
Other people were angry because the marketing was so crazy. It seems that Mia won’t leave our feeds because the What Do You Meme? team is spending a lot of money on a campaign.
“No one gives a ****. Stop showing your ****ing ads everywhere,” one person wrote. “Hope you go bankrupt from marketing this piece of garbage.”