Online personality Because Andrew Tate disobeyed Facebook and Instagram’s policies on “dangerous people and organizations,” parent company Meta banned him from both platforms.
Because of how out of control his controversies were becoming, he wasn’t given a heads-up, but it doesn’t imply the content creator was not aware of his contentious statements.
This is not the first time the influencer has been removed from Twitter; he was banned for offensive tweets in 2017.
Tate had 760,000 YouTube subscribers and 4.7 million Instagram followers when his profiles were deactivated.
This Isn’t the First Time He’s Been Taken Down.
At the height of the #MeToo scandal in 2017, he shocked people by declaring that women “must share some culpability” if they are raped.
“Read the Bible, every single man had several wives, but not a single woman had multiple husbands,” he said in support of his claim that males can have multiple lovers but women cannot. It’s filthy and against God’s will.
Because of offensive tweets, the influencer’s Twitter account was suspended in 2017. Tate has been using misogynistic language for a number of years; it is not simply something he has started doing recently.
In addition to insults, there have also been historical claims of physical assault against him because he has been upfront about his aggression towards women in his films.
His YouTube account was also terminated for “many infractions” of the website’s Community Guidelines, which included its “hate speech” ban.
Tate’s films continue to gain popularity on other social media sites, particularly TikTok, where videos with the hashtag #AndrewTate have had 12.7 billion views.
Tate typically uses his platform to discuss his “hot” opinions, which tend to be ones that spark debate about his strong opinions on masculinity and feminism.
His aggressive ideas have attracted far-right and men’s rights activists and his playboy-like reputation have also inspired men who resemble him.
Talk of Misogyny
A company spokeswoman informed in a statement that misogyny is a nasty ideology that is not permitted on TikTok. “Our investigation into this content is ongoing, as we keep removing violative accounts and videos, and seek methods to strengthen our enforcement, including our detection models, against this type of content.”
Tate has been banned from the platform. Tate has over 750,000 subscribers on one of his YouTube channels called “Tate Speech,” which was operational last week.
According to NBC and other media, police raided Tate’s Romanian home earlier this year as part of a human trafficking probe, though he strongly denies any wrongdoing.
Tate’s “Tate Confidential” channel received a strike and a seven-day ban from YouTube in July for posting materials that were against their COVID medical misrepresentation policy, according to the business.
YouTube stated that Tate’s channels were terminated as a result of him uploading content to his Tate Speech channel during the seven-day restriction. According to YouTube’s rules of service, it is forbidden to use another channel to get around a suspension.