Andrew Tate, the martial art kickboxer turned misogynist motivational speaker has been known to be making headlines for a lot of his controversial talks which he does not shy away from. The internet personality rose to such a level of fame and success due to his promotion of bringing back toxic masculinity that he was able to open his own educational program known as Hustlers University. The ex-kickboxer has reached new levels of wealth and fame with the promotion of his program even though it has been revealed that everything being taught in his program is on a basic level of financial management. Recently, the controversial speaker was officially banned from multiple social media platforms such as Instagram, TikTok, and even Facebook.
Andrew Tate banned from social media
It is common knowledge to those who have followed or witnessed any of Andrew Tate’s videos, that he is a proud promoter of toxic masculinity which is followed by his unapologetic misogynistic views. His motivational words even reached famous actors such as The Rock. Fortunately, the personality has now been banned from social media platforms for violating guidelines as his words seem to have quite the following by the younger generation, his misogynistic views may as well be known as a dangerous ideology as it has the potential to warp the mentality that young males may possess about how to treat others, especially females.
Twitter calls out on double standards
Due to the recent ban of the internet personality, Twitter user @jakeshieldsajj put out a tweet that calls out the double standards of these social media platforms that have banned Andrew Tate for his misogynistic views. “People are freaking out about young boys looking up to Andrew Tate but totally fine with young girls looking up to Cardi B and the Kardashians”
Obviously, the tweet aims to target female celebrities that have also been known to promote toxic feminism from time to time as a result of having a promoter of toxic masculinity being essentially canceled from the internet.
Fans of the motivational speaker want equality
After the tweet got some traction, many fans of the now banned Andrew Tate appreciated the user for calling out the double standards of the internet and look forward to seeing the female versions of the motivational speaker also face the same justice as he has. Obviously, Cardi B, the American rapper, has already faced the anger the internet can have for a celebrity before, it would be interesting to see how the celebrity handles more heat.
This is something I absolutely can jump on board with Jake! There is an absolute prejudice that exists against men, specifically younger men & Teenagers. We are being overly under appreciated, overly scrutinized and IMO they are targeting males, attempting to change our morals!
— SweetPeteMMA (@SweetPeteMMA) August 18, 2022
And as with most things, the more gen x/millennial wine mom types freak out about him the more they make Tate appealing for young boys 😂🤦♂️
— Esteban (@kaizen_ritual) August 18, 2022
What is Cardi B and the Kardashians teaching them?
Nothing! They just talk about gossip all day
Tate is teaching you everything in life
Tate had to build up his status from NOTHING
The Kardashians already had the fame
— Senan (@ExcessCashFlow) August 18, 2022
We’ve seen what happens with cardi b and Kim k as role models
US is the single mommy capital of the world (the kids turn out to be degenerates in many cases)
50% divorce rates
Drag time story hour
High anti depressant usage among females
Can’t get worse than that
— Wuhan Will 🥸☕️☢️ (@bigpwill231) August 18, 2022
Who ever is hated and canceled is probably more accurate than the loved people .
— Jornel A1 Lugo (@Aunolugo) August 18, 2022
Fortunately, it seems that the tweet does not intend to defend the misogynistic speaker and aims at removing more personalities that have similar dangerous ideologies. It’s time that the internet cleared out more of its toxicity for the newer generation to have a healthier and better mentality as compared to a hustling toxic masculinity promoter.