Andrew Tate Ex Kickboxer banned from Facebook and Instagram
MEmory Andrew Tate Ill is an American-British controversial social media influencer and former professional Kick boxer.
Andrew Tate was born on 14 December, 1986 in Chicago, Illinois, United States and raised in Luton, England.
Andrew Tate is the son of Emory Tate, an African American chess International Master.
In 2009, Andrew Tate started his career in selling television advertising, but since 2005, he had practiced boxing and martial arts on the side.
Andrew Tate won the International Sport Karate Association Full Contact Cruiserweight championship in Derby, England in 2009.
In 2013, Andrew Tate won his 2nd International Sport Karate Association (ISKA) world title in a 12 round match; as a result Tate secured the position in World Champion in two different weight divisions.
Following his Kickboxing career, Andrew Tate made a move to social media influencer marketing.
Andrew Tate running a personal website officers training courses on getting rich and “male-female interactions”, where he operates a webcam studio using girlfriends as employees.
Tate also operates Hustler’s University, a private online academy, where members pay a monthly membership fee in order to received instruction on dropshipping and cryptocurrency trading.
Tate first rose to fame on “Big Brother” as a contestant in 2016 when he was removed from the show over a video that appeared to show him attacking a woman.
Among his controversial comments, Andrew Tate was suspended from Twitter in 2017 for saying women “bear responsibility” for being sexually assaulted.
In recent years, Tate become a towering figure to audiences on TikTik and YouTube two sites that are overwhelmingly popular with teenagers, as a result account associate with Tate on TikTik has been permanently banned.
On Friday, controversial social media influencer Andrew Tate has been banned from Facebook, Instagram and Meta. He had 4.7 million followers on Instagram prior to the ban.
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