HodiHo69, On the Front Lines
The Jodi Arias Murder Trial: The Other side of the story
Fact based reporting and discovery
by Rob Roman
For those who don’t know, HodiHo69 is a Twitter twit who popped up one day and relentlessly tweeted about Jodi Arias, about what a whore she is and how wonderful it is that she is where she is and how much she hopes even worse things are in store for her. HodiHo 69 Tweeted about various aspects of Jodi Arias’ anatomy, including what has or has not and what should or should not go into her various orifices.
Well, she’s been around for a while and we reported on her here:
CAUTION: Foul Language ahead!
On Twitter, I had one clash one day with HodiHo69, who calls both Jodi Arias and herself a Ho regularly. She actually acts out the part of Jodi Arias. I clashed with her in the twitter sky and she surprised me by totally backing down and going “radio silent” for most of the day. She had been on Twitter daily and has registered many hateful tweets and has garnered thousands of hate fueled followers. She tells everyone “It’s a parody, dontcha know?” At first, she was embraced by prosecution supporters but lately she is being vilified and hunted down by both sides. Jodi supporters hate her for being so cruel, and prosecution supporters feel she is giving them and their cause a bad name.
I just learned recently that people have found out her real name, who she is, where she lives, and what her twitter handles have been in the past. They now know what other things she’s done, her phone number, her parents names and they even have screen shots, photos and videos of her, including on of her doing a dance form the Quentin Tarantino movie Pulp Fiction.
A number of blogs have “outed” her and provided this information, and people from both sides of the Jodi Arias story have gone after her. I will not reveal this information, but it’s readily available on the net. The tables have turned and now HodiHo69 is the one who is harassed, stalked and hunted. HodiHo69 is unperturbed. She has even tweeted, laughing that other Tweeters have called her parents and posted her address and a Google map to her home, complete with a sky view of her home and neighborhood. HodiHo69 denies that she is “Kelley _________” from _______, Florida.
Many people are angry at her. They are fed up with her and they are trying to chase her off of Twitter. Not me, I have an entirely different take on HodiHo69. Somewhere and somehow I learned that there’s almost always more going on than what’s on the surface. Weeks ago, I didn’t forget to remember that we are not in our normal peer groups when we’re flying around on the social media. There are young kids, teenagers, twenty and thirty somethings, all the way up to grandparents and great grandparents. We often forget this and this is why we must take extra efforts to remember who we are communicating with and to try to be civil and show some respect if we want to be respected.
We all come from different life experiences, different educational backgrounds and we have vastly different cultures and beliefs. We cannot always demand that everyone we run into on the global “interweb” will behave favorably to us and will abide by the same standards that we do.
More tolerance is needed because we often don’t know who we are dealing with. There are young people on here and people with psychological problems. Even though I have two friends who are Facebook friends and have access to each others’ Facebook page, one of my friends thought the other was a young college student. Now, my friend just found out that her Facebook friend is actually a grandmother, an author of many books and a very wise and accomplished woman.
I knew that HodiHo69 was a young person barely out of high school if at all. There was something else about HodiHo69. Her Tweets are rude, crude and nasty, but sometimes she seems to have a real comedic talent. Her Tweets are powerful and they have an economy of language. Instead of being angry, I started to laugh with her and I realized she was actually quite funny. What I mean is that if she softened her language and changed subjects, she really had a talent for communicating and making people laugh.
Here are some of HodiHo69’s tweets: (These are not the more humorous and clever ones)
Captain of the Recycling Team, Professional Tracer, Inmate. Oh yeah…& Boyfriend Butcher.
(This is a Parody, dontcha know.)
Here is a prosecution supporter who is intent on taking down HodiHo:
“Kelley has moles” makes the incredible assertion that HodiHo69 is a “Jodi Arias lover”! This is just classic voluntary blindness. Anything good in this case goes into the Travis Alexander, the holy ghost column. Anything bad in this case goes into the Jodi Arias, the slut-whore, evil psycho column. Maybe “Kelley has moles” is using clever mom-type reverse psychology to stop this internet pest. When it comes to social media, who knows what is really going on?
HodiHo69 is supposedly outed here: http://threeuns.blogspot.com
Caution: There is no corroboration or verification that the person mentioned on the above blog is in fact HodiHo69.
I sometimes think it must be a male who is saying these crude things. I can’t imagine a female being this viscous (what am I saying?). KelleyHasMoles on twitter has also tweeted that HodiHo must be a male for the same exact reason
You can see more tweets from HodiHo69 here:
or read her
Update: As of Feb 5, 2014, shortly after this article was posted,
HodiHo69 has gone lights out!
HodiHo69 is believed to have resurfaced with this alternate account:
But, one never knows, do one?
During the Superbowl, which was a blowout by the Seattle Seahawks over the Denver Broncos, I monitored the channel #JodiArias, and sure enough HodiHo69 was Tweeting away some vile comments about Jodi and her supporters, before going silent right before the opening kick-off. I knew then that we were both watching the game. Late in the blowout, HodiHo69 tweeted, surprisingly something totally unrelated to Jodi Arias.
She Tweeted about the sudden death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman. This shocking news was something I would not have known until much later but for HodiHo69. I remember first seeing Hoffman in Scent of a Woman with Al Pacino as the blind war Vetetran Uncle to Charlie. Hoffman had a minor role as a rich kid who got in trouble along with Charlie at their prestigious private school. I recognized his talent back then.
I remember Hoffman as many characters but the last movie I saw was Moneyball, with Brad Pitt. Hoffman was the disgruntled manager of the Oakland A’s Baseball team. This was another supporting part and he did an outstanding job with it. He was enormously talented, and such a versatile actor, but you could just tell he had a serious and deep dark side.
So, I relearned from that experience that no matter how far apart we are on so many issues and how different we are in our attitudes and behaviors, we are still fundamentally the same deep down. Plus, we both like football, Tarrantino movies and Philip Seymour Hoffman. I knew HodiHo69 more than I realized and I went from being aggravated and bothered by her, to being very angry with her, to laughing along with her, and finally to being really concerned about her.
I know what Amanda doesn’t like about HodiHo69. It’s the violation of her social norms. People just do not do what HodiHo does in her homeland. Facebook and YouTube are blocked and banned there. They have their own Chinese counterparts to these social networking sites, but they’re heavily monitored by the government. There’s no way to explain it to her, she sees it as a violation or a mutation or an abuse of the precious gift of free public speech, which people do not have, but long to have in China.
There’s another reason, other than HodiHo69’s attacks on Jodi that deeply upsets my friend. HodiHo69 is a living blueprint or an online teaching aide to how children can bully a child to the point where he or she takes her own life. This “game” is becoming ever more popular despite more efforts to contain it and to promote public awareness of the psychological torture that is high-tech media bullying.
They are maybe trying to escape reality, trying to project parts about themselves that they don’t like onto a third party. They are basically crying out for help. I don’t like what HodiHo69 is doing on Twitter, but I do worry about her mental health.
In less offensive ways, many of these tweeters who are tweeting for good luck (for Jodi to get the death penalty) are no different than HodiHo69. The trial is over and only the sentence is left. Justice, according to them, was served. What are they tweeting for?
I would like to see her stop her nasty Tweets, but I don’t think stalking her will help anything. She’s looking for attention, and negative attention will do nicely. KelleyHasMoles made the same observation. In any case, both sides agree that HodiHo69 is not helping things, I hope she recognizes that she does have some comedic and communications talent, and I hope someday she will channel these talents in a socially appropriate manner (cross fingers).
HodiHo69, Kelley, or Mr. or Ms. whoever you are, please don’t call yourself a Ho. Know that there are people in the Twitterverse who care about you and worry about you, in spite of your shocking Tweets. Please realize that you have value and some talent, and I hope you can find a way to distinguish yourself in a more admirable manner. Good Luck!
All opinions and comments are welcome, (unless your’e an incoherently babbling idiot!)