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Who is Andrew Tate and why was he banned from Facebook, Instagram and TikTok?

Andrew Tate was removed from Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok

Due to his racist, sexist, and homophobic remarks, influencer and former kickboxer, Andrew Tate was banned from Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.

The influencer and former professional kickboxer Andrew Tate made headlines in 2016 when he appeared on the television program “Big Brother” and posted derogatory remarks about women. Due to violations of their community regulations, Facebook, Instagram, and Tik Tok’s parent corporation have now chosen to deactivate those platforms’ official accounts.

Andrew: According to TikTok

According to a Tik Tok spokesman, “Misogyny is a vile ideology that is not permitted on Tik Tok.” “While we continue to remove illegal accounts and videos and look for steps to fortify our application, including our detection models, against this type of content, our investigation into this content is ongoing.

A spokesperson for Meta, which owns Instagram and Facebook, confirmed to international media that Tate would be permanently banned from its platforms. The podcaster and also a streamer on Twitch said in a broadcast “I don’t know why I got banned.”

“I just tried to log into Instagram a few hours ago and the app wouldn’t let me,” Andrew noted in an excerpt from a stream posted on Tik Tok yesterday. He also added that he understands the reasons why his account was removed, including “global sensationalism” online.

Andrew Tatewho is he?

Tate35was raised in England after being born in ChicagoIllinoisHis father was a world chess champion teacherHe became wellknown in 2016 after taking part in the reality television series “Big Brother,” where he was at the center of a dispute over the alleged assaultThe influencer was charged with using a belt to strike a woman while being filmedAccording to the woman’s statementit was clear following the occurrence that the encounter was consensual.

He gained notoriety in 2017 after tweeting homophobicracistand misogynistic remarks on his accountHealth organizations attacked the athlete for declaring that depression “is not real.” In addition to joining the #MeToo movementhe was kicked off the site for saying that women are to blame for being violently abusedsomething he repeated numerous times.

If you leaveYou run into a guyYou stay up late sipping his cocktailsIntoxicatedyou enter his placeAs soon as you begin kissing himhe grabs your breastsTate stated this in a 2017 Twitter post“It’s not bullyinglittle accountability on your partThe entire female cause suffers from this “zeroblame” gameTake care of yourself.

He further stated that because 25yearolds “had been through fewer penises,” 18– to 19yearolds are more beautiful.

Andrew Tate Video Clip (2018)

He addressed the purported allegations of abuse against multiple women in 2018Tate refuted certain abuse claims in a videoAuthorities broke into his housetook his belongingsand detained him for two days in jailAccording to The GuardianAndrew chose to go to Romania to evade the police while being investigated by British authorities for these allegations.

According to him in a videothis is “probably 40%” of why he went there. “Although I don’t commit rapesI like having complete freedomI enjoy my freedom.”

Tate has accumulated more than 4.6 million Instagram followers and more than 700,000 YouTube subscribersDue to his inflammatory wordsa large number of Internet users post clips and videos of his Twitch streams on the app Tik Tokgarnering millions of views.

According to a Rolling Stone descriptionAndrew founded a website called Hustlers University, “a community for males to make revenue through different moneymaking schemesincluding copywriting and investing in crypto.” Tate refuted the assertion that Hustlers‘ business strategy is to share videos of them on social media to go viral.

Although Andrew Tate has been removed from these applicationshis controversial influence on the networks persists.

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