Who else noticed that popular Instant Messaging app, Whatsapp went down last night? The app experienced worldwide blackout for a few hours and a lot of people moved to other apps like Twitter and Facebook to talk about it.
Here are some of the top tweets from last night’s incident:
WhatsApp shutting down for a while is not a surprise to glo subscribers… We experience it all the time ?
— Adebola (@askofFemi) May 4, 2017
Whatsapp is down. A billion people look up from their phones for the first time in 7 years. Everything seems so modern.
— innocent drinks (@innocent) May 3, 2017
WhatsApp was down for a few hours. Estranged couples reunited, families watched TV together and people realised that necks can move upwards.
— KIΠG ? (@_AkashahUqaily_) May 4, 2017
Someone prolly already came up with fake broadcast messages to send vandag regarding WhatsApp being down last night… ?
— His Name Is Vusi. (@HisNameIsVusi) May 4, 2017
When everyone keeps saying WhatsApp was down last night, but you slept by 11pm & woke by 6 this morning to find 7 messages on your WhatsApp pic.twitter.com/rzPm33jqOe
— FAVOUR ONYEOZIRI (@Rouvafe) May 4, 2017
When everybody’s talking about how WhatsApp was down, but you didn’t notice. pic.twitter.com/CpBFyZ6BQe
— Moza (@iamMozR) May 4, 2017
Whatsapp is down and I want to update my Whatsapp status that ‘Whatsapp is down’ but I cannot because Whatsapp is down 🙁
— f@had Mas¤¤d (@fahad8five) May 3, 2017
A moment of silence to all people who reinstalled the app before checking on Twitter. #whatsappdown
— Skorpion (@Dieselkha) May 3, 2017
We live in a world where temporary lack of access to Whatsapp makes the news. Permenant lack of access to clean water doesn’t #whatsappdown
— Jon&Tonic (@juanjuego) May 4, 2017
#WhatsAppdown worldwide… Somehow this makes us love the internet more than ever.
The whole world has the same problem at the same time.
— Benchmark Group (@bmsdigital) May 3, 2017
— Suresh Pilania (@suresh_pilania) May 3, 2017