#RIPTikTok trends as users are worried of a potential crash of Tik Tok after the videos starting showing zero likes and no views.
TikTok reacted to the news on Twitter, they said; “We’re aware that some users are experiencing app issues – working to quickly fix things, and we’ll share updates here!”
The Chinese owned app also said fix was in progress and the app experience will return to normal.
We could recall, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday that the United States is “looking at” banning TikTok and other Chinese-based apps. The U.S. was considering all apps but “especially TikTok,” he said, according to CNN.
Indians also called on the Government to ban TikTok. National Commission for Women (NCW) Chief Rekha Sharma in a tweet on May 19, 2020, said TikTok should be ‘banned totally’ as it is ‘pushing youngsters towards unproductive life.’
Few Hours Ago, TikTok said the app is back online; “We’re back! Apologies for the issues, feel free to enjoy your regularly scheduled For You feed.”
See Reactions During Tiktok Downtime Below: