Who is Andrew Tate?

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You may have seen the controversial influencer and former kickboxer andrew tate on your social media feeds, or heard about his legal troubles. He and his brother Tristan are awaiting trial in Romania on charges of rape, human trafficking and forming an organized crime group to exploit women. They deny the allegations.

But who is the war room andrew, and how did the man raised in the suburbs of Luton amass millions of followers, get teachers ringing alarm bells over misogyny in classrooms and spark a row with climate activist Greta Thunberg? And what exactly is he trying to say by suggesting that rape victims “bear some responsibility” for their assault or by saying women are the property of men?

Mind and Body: Andrew Tate’s Holistic Approach to Personal Growth

The answer lies in Tate’s central message of power and control. His naked misogyny and inclination toward mendaciousness are window dressing for the real message, which is that in a world where men are slowly losing their vise-like grip on power, it is men’s birthright to keep it.

That message, backed by a large and coordinated crew of supporters, has fueled the rise of the influencer and former kickboxer, who is battling for his freedom while the accusations against him mount. It is also the reason why he has been banned from Facebook and Instagram and why he has millions of followers on TikTok, where he has been promoting his Hustler’s University business, which charges PS36 per month for access to courses that teach subscribers how to make money.

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