UPDATE: July 20 @ 8:00 p.m. EST

Original Story: July 20 @ 7:45 p.m. EST

Two days ago, Waterparks toyed with our emotions after supposedly posting the official music video for "Turbulent" on Twitter. Fans quickly rushed to YouTube but were unable to find the video, quickly realizing that the video shared on Twitter was actually "Turbulent" over the BTS video for "IDOL."

In typical Waterparks fashion, the joke doesn't stop there. Now it looks like Hopeless Records have been pulled into the ordeal as the Parx fandom and confused K-Pop fans unite to get #HOPELESSISGOINGTOJAILPARTY trending.

Find out why, below!

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The joke didn't stop there as Waterparks continued to play with our emotions.

Even the band's label, Hopeless Records, couldn't find themselves exempt from this one.

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Of course, that sparked a whole new purpose for this ongoing joke as the Parx fandom was called to action.

 Fans acted immediately, causing the hashtag to rise up the trending ladder.

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At the time of posting, #HOPELESSISGOINGTOJAILPARTY was trending No. 2 in the U.S.

While we wait for the ACTUAL music video to drop (or for Hopeless to go to jail), you can check out the visual for "Turbulent" below.

When do you think we'll get the "Turbulent" music video? Do you think this would have happened if Hopeless would have stanned Loona? Sound off in the comments below!

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