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‘Social media companies print money from thin air by charging people for pixels’: Andrew Tate on Elon Musk’s Failed Twitter Blue Subscription

Andrew Tate on Elon Musk's Failed Twitter Blue Subscription

The ‘Freedom of Speech policy by the new Twitter owner Elon Musk came up on Friday as “Freedom Friday” was about restoring many deleted accounts, that included Donald Trump’s too. One such reinstated account was of Andrew Tate. The controversial internet personality banned from other social media platforms for his misogynistic comments got back his 1.5 Million followers.

In the TalkTV show hosted by Piers Morgan, Tate supported Elon Musk’s decision when asked about the changes he is making with the new ownership of Twitter. Andrew Tate, mostly unknown to the world, came to light after his profile exploded. Later he was banned from the whole social media spectrum and sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.

Andrew Tate
Andrew Tate

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What got Andrew Tate banned from social media?

Andrew Tate
Andrew Tate

The kickboxer turned influencer Andrew Tate started a new venture with Hustler’s University, an online course for males. There he gave lessons on the financial market and freelancing, which got him millions of views on Tik-Tok and Instagram.

The former kickboxer’s comments about women got him kicked off from social media platforms. In 2017, he was thrown out of Twitter for making an erroneous assertion about rape victims and how they hold responsibility and put themselves in a situation for being assaulted. It was an open attack on the #MeToo movement trending on Twitter. He claimed that married women are men’s property. Also, they don’t have any “innate responsibility or honor” due to which he will never let women drive a vehicle. 

This action led to Tate being banned from Twitter for violating their guidelines. Every other platform kicked the influencer for the same statement. After being removed from all the big giants, Tate shifted to Rumble, a platform similar to Youtube to share videos.

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Andrew Tate is back on Twitter

On November 19, 2022, Tate got his Twitter handle back when the owner Elon Musk announced a new policy. In an official tweet, Musk wrote, “New Twitter policy is freedom of speech, but not freedom of reach.”

In a talk show with Piers Morgan, Tate shed light on his thought about the idea of charging $8 for getting verified on Twitter, brought up by Elon Musk under his new ownership.

To this, Andrew Tate replied, “I think that social media companies for a very long time lived in an absolute fantasy where they printed money from thin air by charging people for pixels.”

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Andrew Tate

He also commented on the growth of these large companies, which have too many employees who according to him take coffee breaks and do nothing. He appreciated that Musk is a businessman, who has the right to fire such employees for his business to grow, although the criteria for doing that remains in the hands of the owner.

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Written by Harshada Mohile

An avid reader who loves to stay in the fantasy world, Harshada is a Content Writer on Fandomwire. She is a Master of Journalism and Mass Communication Student looking to explore the media world. She loves to read book and that's her favourite activity.