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“Sometimes it’s better to make pizza at home”: Elon Musk Trolls Andrew Tate After Top G Gave Away His Location By Ordering Jerry’s Pizza

Elon Musk Trolls Andrew Tate After Top G Gave Away His Location By Ordering Jerry's Pizza

The New Year has not been a very pleasing event for the Tate brothers. Andrew Tate and Tristan Tate were arrested on December 29, 2022, in Romania. While they are being held on the charges of human trafficking and sexual assault, Elon Musk took the opportunity to troll Tate. The Tate brothers were arrested in December after Andrew Tate picked up a Twitter fight with the Swedish environmentalist, Greta Thunberg.

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Andrew Tate arrested in Romania

The online sparring led the former kickboxer to share a video message for Greta Thunberg, after which he was arrested. Followed by his arrest, people started talking about how the presence of Jerry’s Pizza led the Romanian authorities to Tate’s door.

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Elon Musk Seizes the Opportunity to Troll Andrew Tate

Followed by Andrew Tate’s arrest, rumors started about how the Romanian authorities got to know his location. People on social media started talking about pizza boxes visible in the video Tate shared. The video shows pizza boxes from a popular Romanian pizza delivery chain, Jerry’s Pizza.

Rumors started that the Pizza boxes revealed the social media personality’s location as the brand operates in Romania. While it all turned out to be a rumor, the Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, wanted to seize the opportunity to troll Andrew Tate.

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He took to Twitter attempting to troll the former kickboxer saying, “Sometimes it’s just better to make pizza at home.” While he advised Tate to make pizzas at home, he called Greta Thunberg “cool.”

In another tweet, Elon Musk praised the Swedish environmentalist for her “brand awareness” and for achieving so much just within a few years. While the SpaceX founder was enjoying his New Year by trolling Andrew Tate, it seems like he forgot to fact-check before doing so.

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Jerry’s Pizza Did Not Lead To Andrew Tate’s Arrest

After Andrew Tate’s arrest, memes and images of Jerry’s Pizza in Andrew Tate’s video started circulating on the internet. People believed that this is what revealed the misogynist influencer was in Romania at the time. However, the officials have revealed that the claim is false and the pizza boxes did not lead them to raid his house.

A still from Andrew Tate's Twitter video
A still from Andrew Tate’s Twitter video

Ramona Bolla, the spokesperson of DIICOT, told The Washington Post that the arrest was followed by a months-long investigation and hard work. He called the whole scenario funny and denied the claim as he said, “Funny, but no.” Ramona Bolla said that the agency has been “gathering all the evidence” regarding the case.

However, even after being a rumor, it had caused the pizza delivery chain to receive hundreds of reviews. And the brand also did not hold back when it came to poking fun at the Twitter CEO. After Elon Musk attempted to troll Andrew Tate, Jerry’s Pizza, also took the opportunity.

Replying to Musk’s tweet, the brand’s Twitter page said, “Not always true! When you have 10 kids, that’s a lot of pies!.” The tweet further said, “Or if you’re stuck at work because your boss made offices into bedrooms, you might not have a good oven.”

Andrew Tate is accused of being involved in a human trafficking ring and of sexually exploiting a half-dozen women and forcing them. The Romanian law enforcement agency DIICOT has revealed that they have arrested two British and two Romanians under their investigation.

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Written by Laxmi Rajput

Laxmi Rajput is a writer at Fandomwire. She finished her Post Graduation in Broadcast Journalism and worked as a Business News writer for a year. But her interest in entertainment and pop culture compelled her to find a way towards Entertainment Journalism. She has worked across various fields and has 2 years of experience in content writing. She likes reading, music, movies, and traveling. She aspires to become a fiction writer in the future.