Facebook hacked trend on Twitter as random celeb spam clogs news feed

Facebook users complained that their news feeds were clogged with celebrity junk. Obviously, memes followed.

Facebook users complained that celebrity-related garbage filled up their news feeds. Memes undoubtedly followed.

On Wednesday, Facebook had an outage as users complained that spam from celebrity accounts was filling their news feed. Numerous users in the US and the UK have complained that their news feeds are flooded with messages from celebrities to well-known acts like Eminem, Billie Eilish, and One Direction.

Many users who reported the bug on Twitter also uploaded screenshots of their news feed. The number of outages reported on Wednesday peaked between 12 and 3 pm, with 339 reports at 1:05 pm, according to Downdetector. According to the outage monitoring website, 60% of disruptions were recorded on apps, 26% on feeds, and 14% on websites. facebook hacked Thousands of outage reports came in from the US and the UK at the same time.

As users experienced outages and problems, they flooded Twitter with amusing memes. A slew of memes depicting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and business employees attempting to resolve the issue. Screenshots of followers’ strange posts on celebrities’ Facebook accounts have also leaked online.

“We’re aware that some customers are having problems with their Facebook Feed,” a Meta spokesman told Dailymail. We’re working hard to restore normalcy as soon as possible, and we apologise for any inconvenience.”

 

 

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