Andrew Tate: Controversial Internet Sensation, What Led To His Social Platforms Bans

Andrew Tate - the Controversial Internet Sensation

If there is a secret code to becoming the star of the Tiktok, Andrew Tate has simply cracked it. The internet star, the talk of the town, the movers and shakers of the internet, here is a man that has risen from nowhere to become the life of Tiktok within a space of a year.

He is a former award-winning kickboxer, the CEO of hustlers University, a seasoned investor and much more. Little wonder he is one of the notable multi-millionaire of our time.

However, he is also famous for his controversial misogynistic personality. Well known for his hateful remarks and talks against women. That is why he has garnered lovers and haters across the globe. Although recently banned from social platforms, he still remains the talk of the internet. Here is everything you need to know about the internet star, Andrew Tate.

Andrew Tate Biography

Emory Andrew Tate III, popularly called Andrew Tate was born on December 14, 1986. He was born in Washington DC but grew up in Luton England. Andrew Tate spent most of his years in England- went to school there, learned and played chess at age 5, started his kickboxing career and retired in 2016.

He is multiracial as his father Emory Tate is an African American and his mum is British. His father is a chess international master, it’s not surprising the young kid, Andrew started learning at age 5 and even competed in adult tournaments while he was still a child.

What’s His Career Net Worth, Earnings And Lifestyles

He Is A Professional Kickboxer

In 2005, he began his career in martial arts and boxing. His various awards and recognition were proof of his prowess and excellence.

In 2008, he was the 7th best light-weight kickboxer in Europe according to International Sport Kickboxing Association (ISKA).

In 2009, he won the ISKA English Lite Cruiserweight Title and was ranked first in his division in Europe.

He also won International Kickboxing Federation British Cruiserweight Title, the ISKA world Full Contact Light Heavyweight Championship.

In December 2012, Tate lost the Enfusion championship tournament.

Came back stronger after the loss, and won his second ISKA world title in a 12-round match to become the world’s champion before he kissed combat sports goodbye.

He Is A Business Tycoon

He runs the well-known Hustler University where he teaches crypto trading and how to accumulate wealth online.

Together with his brother Tristan, he has to make fortune running a webcam business named my “free cams’ which is being run by his “girlfriends”.

He was once in the TV reality show, Big Brother and has YouTube channels with millions of subscribers. However, he was evicted from the reality show after a video of him surfaced on the internet showing him beating a woman with a belt. Although both of them later claimed it was consensual.

He has other businesses and he claimed to have other businesses even posed as the world’s first trillionaire even though there is no real evidence to support this.

Andrew Tate Loves Flamboyant Lifestyle

He never stops to keep his audience drooling as he flaunts his wealth on social media. As per his latest update, has a net worth of $350 million and also earns over $2 million every year. He has a beautiful portfolio of supercool cars ranging from McLaren 720S, Porsches, Ferrari, Bugatti, and Aston Martin even the mighty Lamborghini.

How Andrew Tate Rise To Become Social Media Star

If you haven’t heard about Andrew Tate before, you probably don’t belong to this world. As an ex-kickboxer, this man has been making a name for himself for years. But what skyrocket his popularity to an all-time high is the internet personality.

Here is a man that has been making headlines. The most googled name on the internet. A man with millions and millions of followers on major social platforms . There must be a reason why he is so popular.

Well, ever seen a man gain popularity as a result of controversies? Here is one. He is known to be a misogynist, sexist and sexually harassing, thanks to his viral Tik Tok videos. Amazingly, he isn’t the one really posting. He has got members of his Hustlers universities and followers posting several video clips about him. Not only that, there are a lot of accounts in his name and this has further boosted his popularity online.

However, these videos have raised eyebrows with charities and nonprofit organisations opposing its extremely misogynistic ideas and afraid it’s polluting the mind of young men.

Teachers as well couldn’t help but complain about how negatively he is influencing the students, blaming him for the uptick in the number of sexual harassment.

Want to know how bad it is? Talk of when he said, “I think my sister is her husband’s property”. Or when he says women belong to the home, can’t drive and are a man’s property. One video also displays him saying he only dates aged 18-19 women so he can have an imprint on them.

“It bangs out the machete, the boom in her face and grips her by the neck. Shut up bitch,” describing how he would any woman that accuses him of cheating. “40% of the reason” he moved to Romania is because of the relaxed laws to sexual assaults. He said in an old video.

However, when being interviewed, Andrew claimed he respects women, his mum is his role model and he is simply against toxic people generally whether male or female. However, videos that have been making waves on the internet say otherwise.

Why Andre Tate Is Banned From Almost Social Media Platforms

His controversial, misogynistic lifestyle is not only against the moral laws but also against the laws of the country. The internet wasn’t finding any of these videos funny and that is what led to being banned. In late August he was banned from all social media gamut- YouTube, Tiktok, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Many accounts featuring his name have also been pulled down. This hasn’t only affected his online persona but also his online Hustler University business.

Life After Social Media Ban

The Internet world never dies! Even though Andrew Tate has been banned, many of his videos still live on the internet. Not all content featuring his name is being removed. Plus, he does a feature on popular podcasts such as Full Send or Barstool Sport and many more.

The point is he will always resonate with certain people online—those who are hateful, resentful, controversial and can’t relate to many of his videos.

After his ban, he posted a message on Vimeo claiming many of the videos that led to being banned were taken out of context. He said he should have been issued a warning before being banned but he isn’t mad it did happen.

What’s more amazing is that his die-hard fans are following him on alternative social platforms. Andrew Tate is seen on Rumble showcasing himself flexing in a private jet and enjoying life. He is taking a tour and celebrating breaking the internet. He says he doesn’t really feel “very cancelled”.