Sarkodie’s virtual concert, “Black Love” has shut down the internet after the designated site for streaming crashed due to overwhelming traffic.
The pre-recorded show was billed to go live on Sunday, August 16, 2020, on Ceek, an online streaming website for virtual shows. However, a few minutes into airing the show, the website crashed. The platform took to take to social media to apologize to fans for the inconvenience.
They stated that the ‘Black Love’ virtual concert traffic caused their platform to shut down. “#SarkNation shut the web down. Due to overwhelming traffic, we are having some technical issues. Please standby we are working to resolve this. 1.5 million at once with more coming.”
In another tweet, they assured that their team is working to resolve the technical challenge. A screenshot shared by Ceek shows that over 1 million people in Ghana were online to watch the concert, with hundreds of people from other countries like Germany, Spain, and The United Kingdom.
#SarkNation shut the web down. Due to overwhelming traffic we are having some technical issues. Please standby we are working to resolve this. 1.5 million at once with more coming. pic.twitter.com/dwGdQDYmB7
— Ceek (@CEEK) August 16, 2020
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