Legless Metaverse Users Give Mark Zuckerberg a Piece of Their Mind

Facebook CEO Faces Backlash After Leg Feature Update Fails to Accommodate Users Without Legs.

In a shocking turn of events, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is facing backlash from a group of users who claim they are being discriminated against in the Metaverse.

The Metaverse, which is Facebook’s virtual reality platform, recently received an update that gave users the ability to have legs. This feature was met with great excitement from most users, who had previously been limited to floating around like ghosts.

However, a group of users who do not have legs in real life were quick to point out that they were still unable to fully participate in the Metaverse, despite the new leg feature. They argue that they are being discriminated against because they are unable to use the leg feature, effectively making them second-class citizens in the virtual world.

Mark Zuckerberg has yet to comment on the situation, but insiders say that he is frantically working on a solution to address the concerns of the legless users. One possibility is to introduce a wheelchair feature that would allow them to move around more easily, but some are already calling this idea ableist and demanding more radical solutions.

Meanwhile, the rest of the Metaverse community is left scratching their heads, wondering how something as innocuous as legs could cause such a stir. Some are even joking that Mark Zuckerberg should have known better, given his own well-documented struggles with looking like a robot.

As the situation continues to unfold, it seems that the Metaverse has become a battleground for a new kind of virtual civil rights movement. Whether or not Mark Zuckerberg and his team can come up with a satisfactory solution remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure: the legless users are not going to let this issue go quietly.

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