As he reacts to the news, Piers Morgan is taken aback by the outage of Instagram, WhatsApp, and Facebook.
PIERS MORGAN has resorted to Twitter to address the continuing global outage of Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, which has put users in a panic.
In a new Twitter message, Piers Morgan, 56, expressed his surprise at the current global outage of Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp.
The former presenter of Good Morning Britain retweeted a message stating that key social media platforms were down around the world.
The broadcaster merely added a Face Screaming in Fear emoji to convey his horror over the event, given his eight million followers this evening.
Fans of the TV celebrity flocked to social media to express their confusion and offer their opinions on the matter.
“The end of the world is near!” claimed FMExpert. “Probably not,” they explained.
“We ran out of fuel, and now we’re out of social networking apps,” they continued.
“Thank goodness Twitter is still up and operating.”
“Again?” Vickyacollins added. I was unsure if it was my internet or Facebook that was causing the problem.
“This is the first thing I see when I go on Twitter.”
“People are going to have to talk to one other when they get home from work,” TVickers1 said.
“Well, I guess worker productivity will improve tremendously today,” Hrrryhddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
The source of the outage is yet unknown, however problems with the apps were initially reported at 4.44pm BST.
According to trend aggregators, the problems on all three sites started at the same moment.
Although none of the sites have claimed to have been hacked, they have acknowledged the problems.
According to WhatsApp, “We’re aware that some people are having problems using WhatsApp right now.
“We’re striving to restore normalcy and will provide an update as soon as possible.”
“I appreciate your patience!”
Facebook remarked: “We’re aware that some users are having difficulty using the Facebook app.
“We’re working hard to get everything back to normal as soon as possible, and we regret for any difficulty this may have caused.”
While users wait for Instagram’s services to restart, the company urged them to be patient.
It read: “Instagram and friends are having some troubles right now, and you might be having trouble utilizing them. Please bear with us; we’re working on it!”