With WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram being down for almost six hours in several parts of the world, many brands such as Twitter, Netflix and Google took a swipe at the Facebook-owned services with hilarious memes. Soon after the services on the on the three plaforms went down around 9:00 pm (IST) yesterday, netizens thronged to Twitter to take a dig at the global outrage with memes. Twitter joined the horde with just a simple tweet – “hello literally everyone” – and in no time, brands brands across the world jumped the bandwagon.
Here’s how various brands cashed in on the outage:
hello literally everyone— Twitter (@Twitter) October 4, 2021
59.6 million nuggets for my friends— Twitter (@Twitter) October 4, 2021
Hey there 👋— OnlyFans (@OnlyFans) October 4, 2021
I don't have hands so I'll just say Hi five times… Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi!— Alexa (@alexa99) October 4, 2021
*unmutes mic*— Microsoft Teams (@MicrosoftTeams) October 4, 2021
You were made for this moment— Oscar Mayer (@oscarmayer) October 4, 2021
how r u handling the fame— McDonald’s🇨🇦 (@McDonaldsCanada) October 4, 2021
Facebook and Instagram users coming to Twitter right now pic.twitter.com/bfQvHoRbpo— Rajabets India🇮🇳👑 (@smileandraja) October 4, 2021
WhatsApp joins the bandwagon
Later, WhatsApp and Instagram joined the thread as well after their issue was solved. Services of Facebook and Instagram started coming back online on Tuesday after an outage that lasted almost six hours. “Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger are coming back online now. Sorry for the disruption today — I know how much you rely on our services to stay connected with the people you care about,” CEO Mark Zuckerberg informed on Facebook.
👋 hello!— WhatsApp (@WhatsApp) October 4, 2021
Hi and happy Monday 😵💫— Instagram (@instagram) October 4, 2021