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Andrew Tate banned on YouTube and TikTok following the Meta ban

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Andrew Tate banned on YouTube and TikTok following the Meta ban

Andrew Tate banned on YouTube and TikTok following the Meta ban – With social media platforms banning Andrew Tate for his controversial remarks and misogynistic opinions, the latest to strike him is YouTube and TikTok. Following the initial block from Facebook and Instagram by Meta, all of Andrew Tate’s YouTube channels were removed. Later, TikTok banned him after taking action against the accounts and videos that featured Tate’s sexist takes.

Andrew Tate is no new name as the controversies he pulled himself into are resulting in his downfall. This comes after an unheard-of rise in popularity for Tate as a result of his remarks on the shows and streams produced by the biggest online creators. The list of apps that previously banned Tate, a British-American former kickboxing champion who has been heavily criticized for his sexist commentary, includes Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter over violations of policies including those around hate speech or ideology. 

While trying to visit Tate’s YouTube channels namely ‘TateSpeech’ and ‘Tateconfidential’ users are met with a screen stating “This page isn’t available. Sorry about that. Try searching for something else.” YouTube later informed that it removed channels associated with Tate over ‘multiple violations of its community rules and its terms of service, including hate speech.

On Monday, TikTok announced to NBC News that they would be taking all of Tate’s content down from their platform. “Our investigation into this content is ongoing, as we continue to remove violative accounts and videos, and pursue measures to strengthen our enforcement, including our detection models, against this type of content,” a statement by TikTok. 

Later users also noticed that Tate’s Twitch, ‘TateSpeech’ had been deleted. Earlier the affiliate marketing program that was made available by Tate’s Hustler’s University was also discontinued. The legions of bans bring to light the fact that the Internet won’t spare people with sexist views.

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