Rapper Snoop Dogg is not pleased and when he's not happy he takes it to Instagram. That's what happened when Microsoft's Xbox Live went down for some hours on Wednesday resulting to cries of despair from gamers all over the world including the famed musician. He posted an Instagram stating his annoyance at the company which is standing in the way of his prized game time.
"A message to Xbox One or Microsoft or whoever the f***: Y'all f***** servers f***** wack, man, y'all gonna make me switch to PlayStation if y'all don't ever get this s*** fixed. It's that difficult to play somebody online. What the f*** is you doing, Bill Gates? Fix your s***, man," Snoop Dogg voiced out on Instagram.
Unfortunately, Microsoft Founder Bill Gates is not hands on anymore on the company's everyday functions. We doubt, he's panicking over this down time but Snoop sure knows who to get the attention of. Microsoft promptly responded to the outcries and tweeted that they indeed faced some issues which prevented some notable functions of the console including in-game matching, finding friends, leaderboards, cloud storage, and more. After a while, the Xbox Support Twitter page assured everyone that the issues had been solved and it's best if users power cycle their Xboxes before connecting to Xbox Live again.
Much to anyone’s dismay, even if the problem was already addressed it seem that Snoop Dog is still holding grudge from being kept waiting for his play time. He then reached out to the Sony PlayStation CEO to hit him up as he is finally making the major switch. But then he might be in for another run of rants if PS4 gets into a glitch again just like what they experienced last week resulting to a similar down time.
Just a month ago, Phantom Squad, a hacker group claimed to have taken down the tech company's servers sabotaging Xbox Live and other Microsoft services. The group claimed that this is to raise awareness on how vulnerable the large company is to security attacks. A similar stunt was pulled by another group of hackers back in 2014 affecting the Xbox with the same agenda of exposing the low regards to hacker attacks of tech companies. Hopefully, Snoop Dogg's angry protest will make Microsoft work harder on making sure no more down times such as this happens or we'll be left with cranky gamers all around.
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