After the ban on Facebook and Instagram, Andrew Tate said: “I’m a positive force” – In order to address his suspension from Facebook and Instagram respectively, Andrew Tate accompanied Adin Ross together on a Twitch stream. Since both sites are controlled by the same sister company, which is named meta, a restriction on either one would inevitably result in a ban on the other one. The announcement was made ever since a contentious video of Andrew discussing his divisive opinions on female space within the society, reappeared online.
Ever since he had allegedly disobeyed and along with it, he has basically been banned from two of the most popular social networking sites. As stated by the BBC, the reason for his ban is, “violating its policies on dangerous organizations and individuals.”
Tate stated he is delighted that something like this occurred to him during a stream with colleague creator Adin Ross on August 19 however Tate took jabs at people who have reported his work. He cited the fact that his activity has managed to stop individuals from committing suicide as one of the reasons why he has become a strong power in content production.
Tate stated, “I know that I’m a positive force, right? It’s just a small minority group that has decided to purport lies and try to falsify information about me, in a personal attack. To some degree… It’s flattering.”
He further commented that he is not emotionally affected by the bans, while saying, “I am kind of relieved because the real world is such a beautiful place. “The fewer things on my phone, I’m trying to reduce my phone apps, I’ve got like four apps left. I’m trying to delete everything and it is one less thing to look at.”
While expressing that rape and sexual harassment victims should “carry responsibility” for assault, Tate was expelled from Twitter back in 2017. His message has received over 12 billion views on TikTiker, in which the contentious replies are still frequently posted.