Hated misogynist Andrew Tate banned from Instagram and Facebook

“Dangerous” misogynist Andrew Tate has been banned from Instagram and Facebook.

The man responsible for outraging people around the world over his abject hatred of women – among other controversial views – was expelled from social media for violating Meta’s policies on “dangerous organizations and individuals”.

As a result, he lost nearly five million Instagram followers overnight.

He had already been permanently banned from Twitter.

Andrew Tate's Instagram page.
Camera iconAndrew Tate’s Instagram page. Credit: instagram

Tate – whose despicable comment included claims that women should “take some responsibility” for being raped and that “female promiscuity has always been disgusting” – has quickly developed a strong following since she was smashed in the public eye. on Big Brother in 2016.

Tate was removed from the reality show after a video surfaced in which he appeared to beat a woman with a belt. He claimed that the actions captured were consensual.

Now resident in Romania because he likes that “corruption is more accessible there,” the British-American influencer and former kickboxer told the Mirror newspaper that there were “fake stories” about him and that “from a certain point, I am the bad guy “.

“It’s such a shame that the old videos of me playing a comic character have been taken out of context and amplified to the point where people believe absolutely false stories about me,” he said.

The media convey a false image of me.

He accused Instagram of “bowing to pressure” and “ignoring” the good deeds he had done.

“The media repeatedly post a false image of me and Instagram bowing to the pressure is a huge disgrace,” he told the Mirror.

“I will always have millions of fans around the world and my platform will be a beacon, teaching people of all genders and races how to respect each other for years to come.

“Now these fans can’t learn important love lessons. Because?”

One of Tate’s “love lessons” includes this gem from an interview on the BFF podcast: “You can’t be responsible for something that doesn’t listen to you. You can’t be responsible for a dog if he doesn’t obey you, or a child if he doesn’t obey you, or a woman who doesn’t obey you.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *