On Monday evening, the three apps (Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram), which are all owned by Facebook, and run on shared infrastructure stopped working. Other related product such as Facebook messenger and Workplace, also stopped working.
With Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram all down, some Internet users have now turned to Twitter, begging their friends to put them through how to use Twitter, pending the time all this all over.
however Nigerian Comedian, actor and activist, Debo Adebayo popularly known as Mr Macaroni has advised his fans and Twitter users to bill friends well, begging to teach them how to use Twitter.
Mr Macaroni twitted: "Have your friends started begging you to teach them how to use Twitter?
Bill them well ooo. Because there are many courses in this Twitter School."
You will recall in June and April 2021, the social media giant's platform unexpectedly went down due to a network configuration issue.
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