ANDREW Tate gained fame for a short-lived Big Brother appearance, before a series of controversial rants got him banned across social media.
Has Andrew Tate been unbanned?
Ja, Andrew Tate has been unbanned, from Twitter at least.
After rumours that he had snuck back onto the platform using fake accounts, his official profile has been reactivated.
It comes amid Elon Musk’s takeover of the platform, with the new owner pushing a heavily pro-free speech approach to content moderation.
Musk’s ownership has already seen a number of previously banned figures, including former President Donald Trump, reinstated to the bird app.
Is Andrew Tate back on Twitter?
Tate’s official account has now been reactivated, after being suspended in 2017.
The long ban has now been lifted and, on November 18, the profile posted: “Losing simply isn’t an option. Such is the way of the Wudan.”
Sedertdien, Tate has been extremely active on the platform, posting multiple times a day.
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Why was Andrew Tate banned?
Die invloed was banned from Twitter in 2017 for violating its terms of service with his controversial comments.
He is previously referred to women as “eiendom” and said they should bear “some responsibility” if they are sexually assaulted.
In Augustus, Tate was banned from a range of other sosiale media werwe.
TikTok banned him for misogyny, while Meta said he violated their policies around “Dangerous Individuals and Organisations”.
He is also banned on YouTube.
Tate has denied accusations of misogyny and claimed that many of his clips are “taken out of context”.