Facebook is NOT Shutting Down

Weekly World News has developed into fairly admired over the weekend following it published a report concerning Facebook shutting down on March 15. The motive for the shutdown was ridiculously quoted as, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook “desired his life back” and wishes “to place an end to the entire foolishness”. Zuckerberg is thought to have completed this announcement at a press conference outside the social network’s Palo Alto office.

The Tabloid, which is recognized for distributing false information, appears to have attempted a turn on the ever-growing social network, Facebook.

“Facebook has became unmanageable,” said Zuckerberg in a press conference outside his Palo Alto office,” and the pressure of running this company has damaged my life. I want to place an ending to the entire insanity,”

Facebook shutting down on March 15(photo credit: briancuban)

Facebook has packed together this stupid and ludicrous report with a standing message: We did not acquire the memorandum concerning shutting down, so we will stay working away for all time. We aren’t going somewhere; we are a moment ago getting in progress. Larry Yu, Facebook Director of Corporate Communications corroborated that the report is false. In reply to Mashable’s mail concerning the shutdown, Yu replied, “The respond is no, so please help us place a stop to this stupidity.”

Would Facebook choose to shut down the company only a few days following from announcing a round of funding, involving $450 million from Goldman Sachs and $50 million from Russian investment firm Digital Sky Technologies, on an appraisal of cost of $50 billion?

The false report was initiated by a location to which we decline to connect, recognized for its information of imminent attacks of unfamiliar spaceships and false information of a Michelle Obama pregnancy.

The truth that this ridiculous trick opens out so well causes us speculate: Will people accept as true everything?