Former “Big Brother” competitor Andrew Tate has recently generated a lot of discussion on social media and has been labeled a menace to young men because of his misogynistic views. Although challenges and dance routines on platforms like TikTok might be enjoyable, they can contain some “unsavory” material. “King of Toxic Masculinity” is how Andrew Tate is known for the content he creates.
Tate’s influence has been considerably reduced as a result of domestic abuse organizations condemning him and kicking him off of several social media platforms for breaking their rules. But for those who are interested in the controversial character’s history, all the details you need to know about Andrew Tate and his ascent to prominence are provided below.
The social media star formerly ran Hustler’s University, a subscription-based online education program where participants paid $49 per month to learn how to allegedly make $10,000 per month through bitcoin investment, drop-shipping, or other scam-related activities. Customers also received a commission for each referral they assisted in signing up for, and they advertised their affiliate links by sharing excerpts from Tate’s most upsetting films throughout social media. Hustler’s University apparently had 127,000 subscribers until it went down earlier this week, and despite its collapse, Tate is still the host of his Tate Speech show.