With Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram, users have inevitably complained about it on Twitter.
But one user thought that a well-known comedian might have the answer as to why the popular WhatsApp messaging service is down.
Twitter Atsia Bharatwasi visited the site and asked Clyde Bank’s funny man Kevin Bridges: “Why is WhatsApp not working?”
– Atisha Indian (tAtishayaB) October 4, 2021.
Bridges then joked in response, saying: “I’m considering it, mate. I’m sorry for any inconvenience.”
I’m watching it man Sorry for any inconvenience. https://t.co/DuSxxJeZxi.
Kevin Bridge (vin kevinbridges86) October 4, 2021.
Twitter users found the exchange hilarious and asked for some bridges to come and took a look at their Excel spreadsheet to see if they could see why gas and electricity prices had risen.
Can you see why you are raising gas and electric prices? Thanks, Chris.
– Chris Major (ris ChrisMajor82) October 4, 2021.