Tate v. Twitter

Andrew Tate, one of the most hated misogynists online, finally under arrest. Unfortunately, not for that long.

Andrew Tate, one of the most misogynistic influencers online, finally gets what he deserves; under arrest in Romania on December 29, 2022.

He, his brother, Tristan Tate, and two others were charged with human trafficking once a crime agency was busted in Romania; Didcot. Andrew, on the other hand, was basically the headline for almost every article documenting the busted crime. Many influencers also spoke on it; To mention, Greta Thunberg tweeted on December 30, “this is what happens when you don’t recycle your pizza boxes,” mocking Tate, as he showed off pizza boxes on Twitter, which were made in Romania, once he was discovered as being part of Didcot by the police. 

However, this is not the end of his “career”. The “manfluencer” continues to gain followers on his social media, and as of Twitter, he’s still earning millions despite his followers, who are most likely other misogynists and immature kids knowing this isn’t his only act of violence. Videos and audio of him abusing and keeping women hostage flow the internet (mainly Twitter) to this day. He’s threatened and shamed women hundreds of times publicly and has gotten praise for it; He was also legally suspected of domestic abuse before, and now he’s being lightly charged for the leaked evidence of it (three months in prison). He says the videos are from about a decade ago, but Tate doesn’t seem to have changed as a human being. His followers excuse his behavior as jokes when it seems as if his mindset hasn’t changed and only continues to spread. 

Quotes from his podcast include… 

In my opinion, he isn’t being held in custody for human trafficking and domestic abuse long enough. He began being held in a Romanian prison for 30 days as of a week or more ago, but ever since he lost the appeal with the court judge, he’d be released around the end of April, hopefully no earlier. His immense wealth was the reason for only a month’s worth of custody, but now it can afford him only up to four months. 

Tate’s too-early release not only negatively impacts his female victims, but he’ll continue to spread his influence and eventually turn more heads. He has a bunch of older men like him as followers, but he’s turning more young men his way as well. He impacts young boys from bits of his podcast posted on social media, bragging about how he’s a “Top G” and puts women below him. He could turn them into the worst version of themselves as they age. It’ll be more difficult to find friends of good influence, as much as to marry another woman.