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Jimmy Fallon Mocks Facebook After Outage

“They were like, ‘Oh my god…this is the BEST press we’ve had in months!,’ Fallon dig the messaging platform

The three apps – which are all owned by Facebook, and run on shared infrastructure – stopped working shortly before 5pm.

Other related products, such as Facebook Messenger and Workplace, have also stopped working.

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Late Night comedy show host Jimmy Fallon takes a dig at Facebook following the platform’s six-hour outage on Monday.

WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook have started to come back online after being down for more than six hours in a major outage.

“They were like, ‘Oh my god…this is the BEST press we’ve had in months!,’ Fallon said in his opening monologue on The Tonight Show.
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Hinting at the Covid-19 vaccine misinformation spread on the platform, Fallon said “Facebook was down for only a day and in that short time, everyone got the vaccine.”

Facebook and Instagram began working for users again at around 11pm, while WhatsApp remained still down.

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“Facebook services coming back online now – may take some time to get to 100%,” Mike Schroepfer, Facebook’s outgoing chief technology officer, said in a Twitter post.

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