Andrew Tate claims he was ‘playing a comedic character’ after social media ban

Andrew Tate has spoken out after being banned from Instagram and Facebook.

The controversial internet personality has become one of the most controversial figures on social media in recent times.

He is known for his misogynistic and harmful rhetoric towards women. Many media have called him out and claimed that he is proving dangerous influence on young men and boys lately.

Tate was banned on Meta property for violating its policies citing dangerous organizations or individuals, and now he’s posted a response.

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He claimed he was “playing a comedic character” and that his comments were taken out of context, also claiming he had “spent over a million dollars on charities supporting women”.

Tate released a statement to various news outlets, saying: “It’s very unfortunate that old videos of me playing a comedic character have been taken out of context and amplified to the point where people absolutely believe stories. wrong about me..

The controversial commentator has been banned from InstagramAndrew Tate

“In the past two weeks, I’ve donated over a million dollars to charities supporting women. I posted this on Instagram, but Instagram ignored it. Internet sensationalism claimed that I am anti-women when nothing could be further from the truth.

“It’s just hateful mobs that don’t care about the facts and try to attack me personally. They twist the facts and produce fanciful documents full of half-truths and lies to attack people they don’t know about.” don’t like.”

He went on to say that he will “always have millions of fans around the world” and said his platform is “a beacon of light, teaching people of all genders and races how to respect each other. each other for years to come.”

Tate went on to say that he will use his Instagram page to “prove all negative stories wrong and show global tolerance”, adding that his fans have followed in his footsteps “and the world will become a better place”.

Then he said he had received “over 10,000 death threats a day” on Instagram and said Meta ignored that – and added that the “most powerful thing” Instagram can do is ” allow him to come back”.

“Somehow I’m the bad guy, when all my posts were bible verses and charity donations. Banning me only inspires more hate mobs on the internet and more division. It will become a weapon of attack for different viewpoints for the foreseeable future.”

He ended by saying, “I am a mixed-race man raised by a single mother. I suffered all the disadvantages of the old world. I am a fantastic role model for everyone, men and women.”

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