September 25, 2022

‘I have nothing but positivity to spread regarding all people’

Soon after he was kicked from both Instagram and Facebook, Andrew Tate issued a statement and claimed that the now-viral clips of him are “taken out of context.”

After shooting to infamy in recent months, drawing criticism from numerous women’s charities, Andrew Tate was banned on Meta platforms. The company removed his profiles for violating their terms of service and multiple social media policies.

But speaking to LADbible following the viral story, the former Big Brother contestant said that he’d received 10,000 death threats a day. He claims Instagram ignored it.

“It is very unfortunate that old videos of me, where I was playing a comedic character, have been taken out of context and amplified to the point where people believe absolutely false narratives about me,” he told the publication. “In the last two weeks, I dedicated over 1 million dollars to charities supporting women.”

Tate has been branded “misogynistic” in recent months, having skyrocketed on TikTok despite not having an account himself. Instead, Tate’s videos are shared by copycat accounts linking to his “Hustler’s University”, which seeks to offer financial advice through mentorship-like programmes.

He said that those branding him “anti-women” are “simply hate mobs” who are trying to attack him personally and ultimately thinks that a platform should let him back to educate the “youth of today” about respect.

“It would be good for the future of humanity,” he added.

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Concluding, he said: “I have nothing but positivity to spread regarding all people, whether male or female, and this has been reflected in all of my recent messaging and posts.”

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