The global outage of leading social media sites in Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram has triggered a meme fest on Twitter. And sprinting legend has come up with a hilarious post trolling the Facebook platforms. Bolt took to Twitter to share the meme taking a dig at the other social networking platforms.
In the picture, Bolt could be seen running well ahead of his fellow competitors and he bore the tag “Twitter”. While his competitors who were struggling to keep up with the former Olympic champion were labelled as “Facebook and Instagram”. Sharing the meme, Bolt wrote, “Who did this?“
“I wanted to show people that I can do music”: Usain Bolt releases a reggae album
Having hung his boots, Usain Bolt has started the third chapter of his life. And he aims to top the charts having failed to become a professional footballer, his first attempt at a career since he gave up athletics. The pandemic gave Bolt the opportunity to work on his album, one that has been in the making for some time.
“I’ve been talking about making an album for the past three years, then the pandemic started and I had a whole lot of time on my hands,” he told the Guardian. “Everyone knows me as a track athlete. And I wanted to show people that I can do music, too.”
Bolt opens up how he came to enjoy music growing up in Jamaica. “Obviously you hear Bob Marley everywhere in Jamaica,” he says. “Growing up, families would get together at what we called ‘round robins’ and listen to old-school Jamaican music like Beres Hammond and Bunny Wailer.“