Monday, January 30, 2023

Andrew Tate, from kickboxing hero to internet puppet

Unless you live under a rock, you’ll know who it is. Andrew Tate. Even if you didn’t know him before, it’s more than likely that you’ve heard about the epic zasca with which the environmental activist Greta Thunberg ended the derision started by the self-described “self-made millionaire” on Twitter.

Of course, his subsequent arrest has not gone unnoticed by anyone. Last December, the well-known influencers right-wing extremist was arrested along with his brother in Romania. Both are accused of rape, human trafficking and criminal organization.

Andrew Tate, who has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him, is known, however, for monetizing his misogyny online and publicly bragging about abusing women. Join us in this sad story about the return to hell of the last broken toy on the internet.

The early years of Andrew Tate: from poverty to television

Of an American father and a British mother, Emory Andrew Tate claims to have been born in Chicago, Illinois. Place where he lived until the divorce of his parents, when both he and his brother moved to Luton, England. There they knew poverty. As the brothers themselves have recounted in various interviews, they remember picking up leftovers at KFC to have something to eat. However, his luck changed over time.

After entering the world of kickboxing, Andrew Tate became a four-time world champion in this sport. He feat that he would drive him squarely on television through his appearance on the well-known program Big Brother, in the United Kingdom. But her career on the big screen was short-lived. Within seven days he was thrown out of the house after the tabloid the sun posted a video of him repeatedly hitting a woman with a belt.

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