A Bebo spokesperson told Tech Crunch that the site was down due to "a technical clusterfuck".Adam Levin, CEO of Bebo and Criterion Capital Partners, stated that they were trying to release some new features which caused the site to crash. The crash triggered a belief that Bebo was gone for good, so that the hashtag #bebomemories trended worldwide on Twitter.
However, members who submitted emails still In April, 2014 Bebo founder Michael Birch took to Bebo in a tongue-in-cheek video to promote the re-launch of Bebo with the acclaimed slogan, "Probably Not for Boring People".
The relaunch video emphasized on Bebo's history in which it includes its then most popular feature the white board.
Bebo relaunched on January 7, 2015 announced the new Bebo as a messenger app called Bebo Blab which was available on Google Play and Apple App stores. After two years of its re-launch Bebo Blab shut down.
Users received a personal profile page where they would post blogs, photographs, music, videos, and questionnaires, which other users may answer.
Additionally, users could add others as friends and send them messages, and update their personal profiles to notify friends about themselves.