TikTok Crashed, So People Made Memes About It On Twitter
If you hadn’t noticed yesterday (July 6), TikTok crashed, with DownDetector showing a spike in outages starting around 4 p.m. ET.
Most users reported having issues watching videos, while others weren’t able to log in or upload content. The app also experienced problems when it came to liking videos, seeing the user’s name and seeing comments.
The issue was apparently resolved about five hours later, TikTok reported in a tweet, but not before their loyal users took to Twitter to cry out their woes by the form of memes.
...Annnnnd we're back! Your app experience should be returning to normal. Thanks for bearing with us, everyone ✨— TikTokSupport (@TikTokSupport) July 7, 2021
“My TikTok is down and I have no idea what to do now,” one user wrote.
Another user noted that TikTok’s algorithm suffered from the outage. The video sharing app’s For You Page was showing “generic” videos:
Another user joked, “Saw Charli [D’Amelio] on my fy page and I ran to Twitter to see if TikTok was down because my algorithm was all messed up.”
Below are some of our favorite memes about the TikTok crash:
“us trying to turn our wifi and cellular data off to see if it will make tiktok work,” wrote one user.
“me panicing bc tiktoks down but also me reading tweets about ppl panicing bc tiktok is down” quipped another.
The pain that this addicted user felt writing, “Me opening the tiktok app for the 6th time hoping it’s working again.”
“tiktokers on their way to twitter to check if tiktok is down” hilariously wrote another.
“me and my girls going to tiktok headquarters and giving them a show hoping they’ll hurry up,” one person wrote.
With a photo of Loki wearing hoops and long nails, one user wrote, “me checking every 1 minute to see if tiktok is still down.”
“Everyone coming to terms with their tiktok addiction now that it’s not working,” wrote another person who called out the complaining TikTokers.
“Me trying to re entering [sic] society after TikTok goes down,” pointed out one person.
“me logging out of my account on tik tok then realsing i cant get in again,” wrote one person who made their situation worse.
One user posted a meme of Eric Andre outside of the Democratic National Convention in 2016.