Hillerious memes of the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg are making rounds on Twitter after Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram suddenly started malfunctioning. Social media users have taken to Twitter to make fun out of this situation.
The founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg is the target, Twitter users are posting hillerious memes of him trying to get Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram back; running. In these memes, Mark Zuckerberg can be seen trying to separate wires that are way too tangled up and confusing.
Check out the funny comments: "Le Mark Zuckerberg trying to fix WhatsApp, Facebook, and Instagram servers after knowing that they'll are down" jokingly said a Twitter user. Twitter users kept on posting these hilarious memes "Mark Zuckerberg is overworking to restore the servers lol" Jkingly said a Twitter user. "Fixing the WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook crash" a Twitter user captioned the funniest meme of Mark Zuckerberg fixing social media platforms.
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