Amidst raging controversies, Andrew Tate uploads a final message on Vimeo

Amidst raging controversies, Andrew Tate uploads a final message on Vimeo

Andrew Tate uploads a final message – The controversy surrounding Andrew Tate is gaining a lot of heat since his ban on social media platforms over the past week. The list of apps that banned the British-American former kickboxing champion, heavily criticized for his sexist commentary, includes Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, and Twitter over violations of policies. In his latest Vimeo video, he uploaded an hour-long ‘final message’ addressing the multiple ongoing allegations against him.

In the final message, he briefly discusses his online profession before expanding on his personal life from when he was younger. He also discusses his popularity, its repercussions, and the numerous scandals that have developed over the years, trying to put them in perspective. “Even at a very young age, I was taught that going to authority and crying and hoping someone else was going to fix your problems is not the way a man should conduct himself,” Tate said.

Andrew Tate uploads a final message – While talking about the entire controversy, he feels words have been misconstrued. He was of the opinion that the public mind has been polluted to the point where narratives are being presented that are absolutely and utterly wrong. This, thus, is leaving a truly terrible effect on the people he cares about and the people who care about him.

“A lot of these attacks against me are disguised under the virtue of caring about women. But none of these people attacking me care about women. None of them donates to women’s charities. None of them donates to the charity as I do,” he continued.

Speaking about a particular remark of his about women, “I didn’t say that,” he argued. “I said that women should be protected and provided for. But because a small clip was taken out of context, and used against me and weaponized, now I look like I’ve said things I did not say.” No matter what Tate’s ultimate message is and the number of views his video receives, it’s probable that his reputation online has been permanently harmed.

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