Avril Lavigne, an ex-wife of Chad Kroeger from Nickelback, got angry with the Facebook’s new home artificial intelligence system Jarvis. Avril accuses Zuckerberg of ‘bullying’ Nickelback.
Marc Zuckerberg revealed his new home AI system Jarvis: video featured himself at home with the family. After asking Jarvis to ‘play us some good Nickelback songs’. Jarvis replies: ‘I’m sorry Mark I’m afraid I can’t do that, there are no good Nickelback songs’.
Avril said it was pure bullying of Nickelback, while the video was amassing over one million likes and 77,000 comments including one from fellow tech billionaire Bill Gates.
‘Good, that was actually a test,’ the 32-year-old joked.
Ms Lavigne shared an open letter written to Zuckerberg where she accused him of “promoting bullying” via his “jab at Nickelback”.
“When you have a voice like yours, you may want to consider being more responsible with promoting bullying, especially given what’s going on in the world today,”
she wrote before adding her further affirmation of the rock band’s success with the hashtag: “#NickelbackHasSoldOver50MillionAlbums”. The fans found this support very touching, Avril’s words were right and in-time.