In what the Internet is calling "Black Twitter's answer to Zane," a woman named Zola, (or Aziah King) wrote a Zane-worthy story that has captured everyone's attention.
The 6,000-character story squeezed into 150 jaw-dropping tweets is about two strippers that just met on a trip to crazy to Florida, filled with money, guns, prostitution, suicide attempts, and a whole lot of drama.
Besides Zola's riveting recollection of her escapades, Twitter kept the story going with these priceless reactions.
I'm pretty sure Aziah King (@_zolarmoon) just made literature the sixth element of hip hop
— Patrice A. Sulton (@SultonLaw) October 29, 2015
In India reading #Zola. Drama, humor, action, suspense, character development. She can write! There's so much untapped talent in the hood. x
I see you, sis! I need the book. What's good? Best seller in waiting. xo https://t.co/5zkfSI68EF
Me reading that Aziah King (aka zolarmoon) story: pic.twitter.com/qI01l4iXcl
GUYS, I NEED TO READ THE END OF AZIAH KING'S (@_zolarmoon) STORY. IF U MISSED IT U MISSED THE TWITTER STORY OF THE CENTURY