Former kickboxing champion Andrew Tate banned from Mata Platforms and Tik-Tok

By: Sara Smith

Andrew Tate has claimed that women are the property of their husbands and should “have kids, sit at home, be quiet, and make coffee” in videos that have been widely shared online.

“You can’t be responsible for a dog if it doesn’t obey you,” Andrew Tate said, implying that he needs to have control over the women he dates.  

Andrew Tate declared himself to be “absolutely a misogynist” and that he would assault a woman who accused him of cheating. 

Andrew Tate fans call him “the king of toxic masculinity”.

Tate’s account was deleted, according to a TikTok official, for breaking the company’s rules against “content that attacks, threatens, incites violence against. 

According to Meta, Tate’s official Facebook and Instagram accounts were deleted, which cited rules against hazardous groups and people.

Andrew Tate, was born in the United States., raised in the United Kingdom and managed an online “education and coaching” programmed by the name of Hustler’s University.

According to NBC News, Tate had a fan base at first among far-right groups on social media.