ANDREW TATE was a prolific user of social media before his ban over controversial and misogynistic comments.
So what is the former kickboxer doing now that he can’t share his digital content on YouTube and TikTok?
What does Andrew Tate do now?
His accounts were axed over his violation of hate speech policies and a string of misogynistic rants.
A spokesperson for Meta said he was de-platformed for violating its polices on dangerous organisations and individuals.
Tate had previously been banned from Twitter in 2017, after tweeting that some women should “bare some responsibility” for being sexual assaulted.
Tate’s career had been focused around his social media platforms with his de-platforming causing him to re-think his next move.
GETTR describes itself as: “A brand new social media platform founded on the principles of free speech, independent thought and rejecting political censorship and ‘cancel culture’.”
Tate has amassed over 100k followers on the platform and continues to share his controversial opinions, including videos, and livestreams.
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His 117,000 followers, however, are a far-cry from the 4.7 million Instagram followers he had before his ban.
Tate still has his podcast, titled “Tate Speech”, and he continues to post episodes on a site called Rumble.
He continues to run Cobratate, which promises to “teach the deserving the secrets to modern wealth creation”, but his Hustlers University was shut down 24 hours after his social media ban.
What has Andrew Tate said about getting banned?
Tate stated that he understands why he was banned but believes he was “unfairly vilified.”
The self-proclaimed trillionaire shared a video to his new website on August 23, 2022, commenting on his social media bans.
He expressed that he believed many of his comments had been “taken out of context”.
Tate said: “I have some responsibility to bear. I still blame myself, because my rise has been so meteoric and I became so famous so quickly.”
He argued that it was due to his volume of viewers, that his videos were taken out of context.
He added: “If there was as many people cutting up videos like they did mine and those people had a negative agenda, they could make Mickey Mouse look evil, you could make anyone look bad.”