Facebook is faulty and spams comments about famous people everywhere.

A strange glitch on Facebook is presently flooding user feeds with infinite postings from famous accounts. The same problem, where their main News Feed is overwhelmed with trivial postings made to pages for musicians like Lady Gaga, Nirvana, and The Beatles, was experienced by a number of Verge staff members who attempted to utilise the social media network this morning.

The flaw has been quickly exploited by users, who are now sending memes to famous people they know will be widely spread. A photo of a turkey sandwich with the phrase “If you see this post it to another celebrity Facebook page keep the turkey sandwich going” is one of the often shared images I’m seeing in my own feed. Everyone who follows that celebrity appears to have the image appear in their feed at that point.

If you’re seeing Facebook posts of random people that are tagging Rihanna, Ronaldo, or others, you’re not alone. There seems to be a bug that is messing up the Facebook feed for users around the world.

On his Facebook page, one of our employees noticed messages addressed to celebrities he follows. Soon after, several people began posting screenshots of a like webpage on their accounts. Hundreds of users have shared screenshots of the problem on Twitter as of the time this piece was being written.

Since there’s no update from Facebook, we can only assume this is a bug that sent FB’s algorithms flying. What’s happening here is that if someone decides to tag a celebrity, then everyone following that celebrity sees the post.

For instance, if John Doe decides to tag Vin Diesel in a post, you’ll see John Doe’s post if you follow Vin Diesel. It is a strange issue and is raining down spam on users. If nothing, this is a hilarious situation and a spammy one.

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