On Friday Musk said he was terminating the deal because Twitter violated the agreement by failing to respond to requests for information regarding fake or spam accounts on the platform, which is fundamental to its business performance and the Social media site crashes leaving users unable to login or post and view tweets
Twitter’s website and apps were down Thursday morning in an apparent widespread outage, according to user reports across the U.S.
According to monitoring site Downdetector, user reports of problems at Twitter began to spike just after 8 a.m. ET., with more than 54,000 issues reported as of 8:19 a.m. Twitter’s app and site were displaying a message saying, “Something went wrong. Try reloading.”
Twitter also appeared to be logging users out of their accounts, and when they tried to log back in, were shown an error message that said, “Oops, something went wrong. Please try again later.”
Most of the issues were reported in major cities, including London and Birmingham in the UK, as well as New York and Los Angeles in the US.
Users are contemplating if the crash has any connection with the termination of deal.