Comedian Kevin Bridges’ brutal return as fan blames him for Facebook crash
Kevin’s hilarious exchange garnered over 50,000 likes on Twitter and prompted other users to call on the Glasgow star to sort out the annoying social media problem.
Comedian Kevin Bridges was forced to explain why Facebook and Instagram crashed Monday night.
Social media users fell apart after the platforms crashed for more than seven hours, leaving fans twiddling their thumbs in annoyance.
While others became increasingly annoyed by the sudden disruption of the social media platform, Kevin, 34, recorded the crash by assuring his Twitter followers that he was “investigating the problem” afterwards. that a fan seemed to blame him.
The enraged follower asked the comedian about why Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp all seem to be shutting down.
“Whatsapp not working why? @ Kevinbridges86 @ Facebook @ instagram,” they wrote.
And being his real sarcastic self, Kevin made a wild but subtle comeback.
“I’m looking at this mate,” he replied.
âSorry for any inconvenience. “
The hilarious exchange garnered over 50,000 likes on Twitter and prompted other users to call on the Glasgow star to sort out the annoying social media problem.
Another user joked, âThis needed to be fixed an hour ago. I have to have a real conversation at the pub.
“Poor of you. Fix it quickly Kevin, âsomeone else joked.
âWhile you’re at it, can you see why my printer isn’t printing,â another subscriber wrote.
Meanwhile, another tweeted: âKevin Bridges is to blame for all of this. Outrageous behavior if you ask me.
It comes after tens of thousands of people around the world were left without access to their favorite social channels on Monday afternoon, due to the apps malfunctioning.
Facebook CTO Mark Schroepfer tweeted the company’s “sincere apologies” for the outage, saying they were experiencing “network issues and teams were working as fast as possible to debug and restore as quickly as possible. possible”.
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Downdetector said it has received 14 million reports worldwide regarding Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram in the past few hours.
The outage began around 4 p.m. UK time with Downdetector – which monitors the status of some of the world’s most visited websites – receiving 75,600 reports relating to WhatsApp.
In total, 43% of users experienced issues with the app, and 27% were unable to send messages.
As the apps finally started working again, celebrities took to social media to share their thoughts on the crash.
Former EastEnders star Tamzin Outhwaite wondered if there was a greater force in operation as the End of Days draw nearer.
She tweeted: “No Instagram, no whattsapp, no gasolineâ¦ is something bigger going on here?”
Pregnant reality TV star Lauren Goodger had some thoughts on what would happen if the blackout happened at the most inopportune moment on social media.
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She wrote on Twitter: “God we are loool social media junkies I wonder why this is down! I said imagine you just posted a photo and you didn’t want it too and I thought “shit” to myself, can’t delete it now loool “
Meanwhile, former TOWIE star Mark Wright was also enjoying the fallout, tweeting: “Literally looking at anyone who says they are NOT social media junkies and do NOT sit there scrolling all night long. , melting right now. “