Facebook News: Suddenly millions of followers decreased, know the reason

Followers of users on Facebook are suddenly decreasing. People’s followers on Facebook are decreasing in the number of millions, for which no reason is known.

Many users have also complained about this. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has lost more than 119 million followers, taking his number of followers to less than 10,000.

Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen tweeted, “Facebook created a tsunami that killed nearly nine lakh of my followers and left only 9,000. I love the comedy of Facebook.”

When contacted, a Meta spokesperson said, “We know that some people are noticing a difference in the number of followers on their Facebook profiles. We are working to get things back to normal as soon as possible and we apologize for any inconvenience caused.”

Facebook Followers decreasing

It is believed that this is happening due to a bug. It is being said that this is the result of retrenchment of fake followers. According to experts, the company is removing the profiles of fake users.

Because of this such results are coming. After the completion of the process everything will be normal again. However, the question here is that all the followers of Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg were also fake.

Twitter users have also had such an experience. Regarding this, Twitter then said that it keeps deleting spam and bot accounts from time to time, due to which this happens.

However, what is the exact reason behind the low followers on Facebook, we will have to wait for the official statement from the company.

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