Twitter experienced a massive outage in the United States and other parts of the world on Wednesday, causing the hashtag ##TwitterDown to appear in many posts about the failures.
Media brands, journalists and Hollywood personalities are among those who criticize Elon Musk amid these issues, including users experiencing problems with the login process, especially on the version for for desktop. Musk made headlines when he led the mass layoffs of Twitter last month, shortly after completing a $44 billion acquisition of the company.
When one user tweeted on Wednesday, “Did anyone see this or Twitter is down,” Musk himself weight with, “Work for me.”
Others were a bit more negative about the user experience that day and shared their frustrations about the glitches. “Diphit Arrogant Ego Narcissist Musk Fucking Dog?” Written Young mother executive producer Morgan J. Freeman.
Among the journalists participating was CBS News character John Dickerson, who tweeted, “Like a madman shakes, a dead geranium.” Besides, Politicus USA’Sarah Reese Jones To share screenshot of the error messages she received and added the note, “Everything is fine. Nobody needs those engineers.”
Several media brands joined the growing story of users contemplating exiting Twitter, including the official account for the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks, with glee. parcel“There are 40 minutes to go and we are frantically trying to remember the password to our Myspace account.”
Thomas Cunningham, who worked as a production supervisor for Live PD, addressing Musk’s much-controversial plans to charge users for the platform. He Written“I signed out of Twitter on my laptop and now I can’t log back in. Do I have to pay for this shoddy shipwreck??”