- The Facebook founder took to social media as he celebrated his wife's birthday with a sweet post in which he called her the main character in their family
- Many people joined Mark and wished his wife, Priscilla Chan, a happy birthday and made the post trend
- People even started sharing where they were in the world, which proved that the post had reached various countries around the world
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In a cute post by the platform's founder, Mark Zuckerberg, all doubts as to who the leading lady in his life is were cleared. He pulled on the heartstrings of many with an adorable birthday message about his wife, Priscilla Chan.
The social media founder posted a picture of both of them on Facebook and quoted an inscription on his wife's sweater, saying:
"Happy birthday to the main character in our family!"
"Main character of the family": Mark Zuckerberg wishes his wife a happy birthday
The sweet birthday post reached over a million people around the world. Mark's post was inundated with people sharing their countries of origin in their birthday messages to Priscilla. Here is a look at some of the responses:
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Commenting from South Africa, Philani Ntanzi Kxng said:
"Happy Birthday Month Mngeh we love you Spha eNanda."
Offering a translation in his native language, Lê Hùng Phi said:
"Don't you know "The main character" means "Nóc Nhà" in Vietnamese Happy birthday and all the best to your family ."
Sen Safiyanu commented with a birthday surprise:
"Come to Nigeria and get a Fulani main character also. Very Beautiful in nature ."
Mark Zuckerberg savagely trolled online after Facebook, social media global outage
As the founder of a popular social media platform, Mark Zuckerberg is no stranger to trending online. According to YEN.com.gh, millions of social media users around the globe were left in limbo after an apparent global social media outage on Monday night.
People who prefer Twitter, among other social networking platforms, shared information in droves around the so-called "internet shutdown" as panic-stricken users began to feel its sting.
Incidentally, applications such as Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, all of which are owned by tech giant billionaire, Mark Zuckerberg, were not spared amid one of the largest outages in recent memory.
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