- It seems Facebook has a number of supporters on social media following the recent troll they received from Twitter
- One South African Twitter user has now taken a hilarious jab at McDonald's as the fast-food chain decided to join the troll aimed at Facebook and WhatsApp
- Scores of Mzansi networkers are now praising the local guy but the big restaurant did not just keep quiet, they returned the jab
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One brave and funny South African social media user has taken a swipe at one of the biggest restaurants in the world. McDonald's joined Twitter in trolling Facebook following the outage on Monday.
Following the fast food outlet’s decision to poke fun at Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp crash, one local user has attacked the restaurant via a tweet. @RelebogileReeh headed online to remind the fast food outlet that they still need to fix their ice cream machines.
Many locals are seemingly praising the social media user who took the fight to a higher level. At the same time, the restaurant chain has also clapped back, saying this day is not about them.
“And you? Don't you have ice cream machines to fix?”
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The post reads:
“Today is not about us.”
“I thought we were naming things that don't work..”
“Yeaah shots fired.”
“Hello Everyone”: Twitter trolls Facebook in the wake of Monday outage, tweeps can’t deal
Checking another story on trolling, Briefly News published that in the wake of social media bigshots such as Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp having experienced outages on Monday evening, their competitor spotted a glorious opportunity.
According to media reports, Twitter opted to shake the internet and trolled Facebook for their crash but the instant messaging app remained unshaken.
Platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp crashed on Monday evening leaving many users stranded as they could not communicate with their loved ones.
BusinessInsider reported that a short tweet from @twitter reached scores of people as they decided to add salt to Facebook’s wound.
The message by Twitter managed to reach millions and collected over 1.65 million likes, more than 335,000 retweets. @twitter wrote: "Hello literally everyone"
Taking a look at the reactions, many people joined the conversation and Briefly News selects a number of comments from users all over the globe.
Source: Briefly News