Local Waterfight Goes Viral

Local Waterfight Goes Viral

Videos on Twitter of sidewalk water gun fights amassed more than 2 million views in less than 48 hours.

Learn more about the folks behind the waterguns on CBS6.

Roth said the experiment blew him away when the first person responded by grabbing the super soaker and firing back. Their mission as “joy makers” was a hit.

Hallelujah said the camera helped people relax.

“The perfect thing is to not discriminate, because you don’t know who you can make smile,” Hallelujah said. “So we chose anybody and everybody. We came up to them, tossed them the water gun, and said, Let’s get it!’”



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