The social media giant’s downtime has sparked outrage, as it ‘doesn’t make logic.’
FACEBOOK is down, causing enormous consternation and outrage on the internet.
Millions of people have been impacted, and their reactions have been published on Twitter, as well as on Whatsapp and Instagram. Just before 5 p.m., all three Facebook-owned apps stopped working.
“How can that make sense?” wrote one user, Ari.
“WhatsApp, Facebook, and Instagram are all down again,” Rohit wrote. “The world is migrating to Twitter right now.”
The site’s downtime has been reported to Facebook’s communications department. In a tweet, this department’s Andy Stone stated that they are working on the matter.
Mr. Stone stated, ” “We’re aware that some users are having difficulty using our apps and services.
“We’re working hard to get everything back to normal as soon as possible, and we regret for any difficulty this may have caused.”
Aldi Stores also posted on Twitter, mentioning the smash Netflix show Squid Game in their message.
“Looks like Facebook and Instagram have been removed from Squid Game,” tweeted @AldiUK.
Krispy Kreme, the doughnut powerhouse, responded by saying that Facebook and Instagram “probably deserved it.”
Nkanyezi, a musician, also took to Twitter to express his dissatisfaction with the sites’ downtime.
He wrote on Twitter: “What exactly is going on here? Is there a problem with Whatsapp, Facebook, or Instagram?” Memes and jokes have been flooding Twitter.
Atul Khatri, a comedian, took advantage of the occasion to make a joke about his experience as the sites went down.
He wrote on Twitter: “Whatsapp, Facebook, and Instagram are currently unavailable.
“As a result of this, I learned that one of my children has completed her graduation and the other is pursuing her doctorate.”
Facebook Messenger also sent out a tweet from their own Twitter account, saying: “Mercury’s retrograde has its way with us.
“We’re working to repair the problem as soon as possible, and we apologize for any trouble this has caused.”
@RpsAgainstTrumpism wrote on Twitter: “2 hours without access to Facebook
“The world is a better place already.”
On Twitter, @TBDHealthUnit took advantage of the social media giants’ closure to announce the availability of the Coronavirus vaccine.
“Psst… while Facebook and Instagram are down, you may go get your vaccine injection,” they joked. #FacebookDownAuthor James Felton also laughed about the issue, saying, “Don’t know who to send my info to with Facebook down.”
“I just yelled my PIN to an elderly gentleman.”
Twitter, on the other hand, has been basking in the spotlight as the last man standing.
“Hello literally everyone,” tweeted Twitter’s official account.
Some of the world’s largest corporations, including two of the three, responded. “Brinkwire News Summary.”