One billion active users found themselves helpless as the site went down and reacted to the outage on other networking sites.
“Sorry, something went wrong,” read a message, as users tried logging in. “We’re working on it and we’ll get it fixed as soon as we can.”
The site also went down on Sep 24, however restored after a brief period.
Meanwhile, the hashtag #facebookdown trended worldwide on top on Twitter.
Twitter, close your borders. Facebook refugees coming this way. Lmao #facebookdown
— Britney Spears (@14michael15) September 28, 2015
RIP to the forgotten meals, baby, pet, and inspirational photos not being able to be shared on Facebook right now. #facebookdown " " "
— Victor Mateso Tupu™ (@victormatara) September 28, 2015
Roughly 40 minutes of #Facebookdown. How are you all getting on? Send us pics of your dinner and engagement rings if need be
— DailyEdge.ie (@dailyedge) September 28, 2015
— Sweatpants & Coffee (@SweatpantsCafe) September 28, 2015
always check survival kit when #facebookdown
— Kafros… (@O_Kafros) September 28, 2015
— Liz Mtz-Romo (@Liz_Khalifa3) September 28, 2015