If you’re someone who’s been actively scrolling through social media the past few weeks, you’ve surely come across Andrew Tate. But you probably don’t know the reason why he’s all over your social feeds. Who is he and why is he so famous? Why is everyone suddenly talking about him? Today we discuss about that and much more only at ent.place!
Who is Andrew Tate?
While Andrew Tate recently rose to fame on social media, he was not always known as in internet personality. Despite his father being a chess international master, Tate pursued a completely different art- kickboxing.
Tate did kickboxing in the cruiserweight and heavyweight divisions. In the early stage of his career, Andrew picked up wins against former Super-cruiserweight British Champions Ollie Green and Mo Karbo. Tate then challenged Paul Randall in order to pick up the title of ISKA English Kickboxing Light-cruiserweight. He managed to win the title on April 25 of 2009. Later on, he beat Daniel Hughes winning the IKF- International Kickboxing Federation British Cruiserweight title. In 2013, Tate won the ISKA World Full-Contact Light Cruiserweight Championship after beating Vincent Petitjean, avenging his loss to him in 2011.
Outside of the ISKA, Tate briefly competed in mixed martial arts, winning both of his fights. After that, he retired from combat sports of all forms.
Tate currently operates a number of courses through which he promises to change lives.
The War Room
Andrew Tate describes The War Room as the greatest ever global network to exist on planet Earth. He terms it as a global organization with members across 70 nations of the world. Every member of the network has apparently made considerable waves in their professional lives. Tate further states that The War Room is not looking for men that are worthy of entry rather looking for individuals who are worthy of staying. The program also boldly states that you either be a part of this network and benefit or you stay outside and get punished.
In its first year of existence, Hustler’s University has taken the world by storm. Or that’s what Andrew Tate has to say. It is an online money-making university that guides over 100,000 students across the world. The school is run by a total of total of twelve multi-millionaires who are experts in their own fields.
You get to select an online business model of your choice and then work on it. You will be a part of a community where everyone is pursuing the same mission: making loads of money. The first stage of the course is to reach the $10k threshold following the lessons of the professors. From then on, the university promises to help its students multiply their profits.
Tate’s Takes on Social Media
Andrew Tate first went viral on social media when he stated that women belong in the home and that rape victims should bear the responsibility for what happened. Right after this controversial opinion of his, Twitter banned the personality from their platform.
In one video, Tate kept a machete by his bed and went on stating what he would do to a woman if she accused him of cheating, “It’s bang out the machete, boom in her face and grip her up by the neck.”
When he appeared on the “BFFs” podcast of Barstool Sports earlier this year, he was asked to clarify an earlier statement of women being mens’ property. “I’m not saying they’re property,” he tried to clarify, “I am saying they are given to the man and belong to the man.”
In 2017, the internet personality also made an unfiltered take on depression stating that it is not real.
It’s not just Twitter that has gone to ban the notorious celebrity. Meta platforms such as Facebook and Instagram along with YouTube and TikTok have banned the individual as well.