A student at St. John's University promised to destroy the computer of a Donald Trump supporter if he could get 7,000 retweets on a photo of the laptop in question.
The photo, posted to Twitter by 18-year-old Clifford Durand, was of an unsuspecting student boasting a "Make America Great Again" sticker on her laptop, the New York Daily News reports.
"7000 retweets and I'll smash this b**ch's computer," Durand wrote in the Feb. 10 tweet, according to the Daily News. Durand's friends reportedly said the tweet was a joke.
The picture was ultimately retweeted more than 16,000 times in just four hours.
The Trump supporter, 20-year-old Brianna Algazali, subsequently found out that a picture of her was going viral and complained to the school's public safety officer. She also confronted Durand and threw hot water in his face.
"She raised her voice and she threw her drink on him," Durand's friend told the New York Daily News. "He looked like he was in shock. I went towards him to hold him back."
Some alleged that Durand hit Algazali after the beverage was thrown in his face, which he admitted in a tweet.
"SHE THREW HER STARBUCKS AT ME AFTER CUSSING ME OUT AND SHE GOT SHOVED IN THE NECK," he wrote.
Before Durand's Twitter account was suspended, a number of Trump supporters flooded him with comments, threatening him and defending Algazali.
"I threatened her computer, so how bout you eat a d***?" he responded to one comment.
Trump has garnered support from young voters in recent months, with a number of them being profiled in a recent ATTN piece. One supporter said he was voting for Trump because the real estate mogul is "not afraid to speak his mind."