Kanye West is looking to teach the world and he’s starting with the Donda Academy. That site was very popular today, because the influx of applications shut the site down.
Ye has plans for an extensive and diverse portfolio for his Donda brand. He wants music, electronics, and he’s now starting a prep school. Sadly, only a select few will get in and the huge surge of people logging on to try their luck caused a huge problem with the site.
West wants to build a high school basketball team at Donda Academy, his new private prep school in Simi Valley, California. Obviously, a ton of people want to apply.
The Donda.World website is working now, but that wasn’t the case when so many people tried to register at the same time. It’s interesting that Kanye’s servers buckled under the pressure, but that’s the kind of power he commands.
It’s unknown how many people it took to crash Ye’s website. We’re betting it was a legit system failure and not some DDoS attack from one of his competitors.
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