Every Ivy Park drop causes an internet frenzy dominated by disappointed fans who are unsuccessful in getting their desired items. Today (July 22) is no different. After a photo circulated on Tuesday (July 20) of JAY-Z dressed head to toe in pieces from FLEX PARK, his wife’s monochromatic orange collection, anticipation for the release grew. Days later, when members of the Beyhive attempted to get first dibs by shopping during the pre sale, many were upset to learn that the site had crashed, so they took to social media to vent their frustrations.
“Honestly, everybody on the Adidas app rn needs to GET OFF so I can shop Ivy park… or else,” Twitter user @HeyNowAMANDA wrote.
Others blamed Adidas for the technical difficulties.
User @rvnbrb, for example, tweeted, “As always I got the ivy park pre sale alert. As always I queue up my cart. And as always adidas short circuits. I’m not trying to be fighting for my life at 2 man.”
“THE ADIDAS APP CRASHING TEN MINUTES BEFORE THIS IVY PARK DROP,” added @MikeyTBH. “A TRAVESTY.”
@r_lerose specifically recalled better times when Ivy Park collections were sold on sites other than Adidas. “Didn’t have this many problems when it was on the Topshop and Nordstrom platforms, and it was always a restock,” she said. “Adidas be on some bullshit with Ivy Park.”
@spiritualbih was so disappointed, she demanded the termination of the engineering team responsible for running the Adidas app. “Adidas really failed again with this Ivy Park drop,” she penned in a tweet. “Fire your engineering team.”
While fans were frustrated because they couldn’t get through to the site, @Autumn_Jannai eventually realized that there is only way she’ll ever get her hands on some Ivy Park: becoming famous.
“I know I gotta get famous just so Beyoncé can personally send me Ivy Park cause this shit right here … RIDICULOUS!” she tweeted.
Look below to see some of the funniest reactions by those unable to get some new drip from the latest Ivy Park drop.