They started out as innocent requests, probably from people mostly just looking for more LGBT representation:
But then the name-calling started:
Some people used memes to laugh off their pain:
WHERE ARE THE CHONI SCENES pic.twitter.com/13rOi3Bew5— marina (@acidtopaz) April 21, 2018
But others got a little more violent in their threats:
i want the choni scenes pic.twitter.com/MtxyfUyvfo— marie (@gaybombshell) April 21, 2018
i want the choni scenes btch pic.twitter.com/HtiYtmIMg6— love, mari 💧 (@KrlasReputation) April 21, 2018
Some have even gone so far as to make petitions, taking their frustrations to Capitol Hill.
JUST FOR THE CUT CHONI SCENES PETITION 1.3K SIGNATURES. https://t.co/7BFm2GFMke can we have the scenes pleeeeeaaaaasssseee— jaelin (@CherylTopazzz) April 21, 2018
And in the end, their hard work and possibly undiagnosed psychoses paid off. Roberto caved, and gave the gays everything they wanted.
So here's the full scene (their initial conversation made it on TV, but the musical number immediately after was cut):
More Choni is a great thing but we do not condone violence!