BUCHAREST, ROMANIA: Andrew Tate, a polarizing social media figure known for his controversial views on masculinity, recently used the “X” platform (formerly Twitter) to claim that men are characterized by laziness, weakness and stupidity.
Tate’s perspectives on masculinity have been criticized by many in the online community.
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Andrew Tate often shares controversial views on masculinity (@Cobratate/ Twitter)
He has already stated his ideas about how men should behave, thus fueling ongoing discussions and debates.
Andrew Tate claims to be ruler of the Roman Empire
In a recent tweet, Tate criticized men who considered and discussed the Roman Empire, saying: “Most men who think about the Roman Empire are not thinking about their place within the empire. I would be a war general – likely to die as a leader. “
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Tate went on to say, “I know you like to think the same thing. But your life proves that you would be a peasant or a slave. You are all lazy, weak and stupid.”
Most men who think of the Roman Empire do not think of their place within the empire.
I would be a war general – likely to die as a leader.
I know you like to think the same thing.
But your life proves that you would be a peasant or a slave.
You are all lazy, weak and stupid.
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) November 13, 2023
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Trolls say Andrew Tate will be a slave in the Roman Empire
After Tate’s comments regarding men discussing the Roman Empire and his assertion that they are weak and unintelligent, several users came forward to express their thoughts on his statement.
One user wrote: “Lol. You would probably be a slave.”
Another user claimed that Tate would be nothing in the Roman Empire and wrote: “You would be nothing. Nobody. Because you wouldn’t have social media to exaggerate your personality and inflate your own ego. You would be a mason worker. A passenger. And humble.”
Trolls said Andrew Tate would be ‘nobody’ in the Roman Empire (@Cobratate/Twitter)
One user said: “I think you are vastly overestimating class maneuverability in Roman times. You would most likely be a peasant farm worker like 99% of everyone else (and me). They are very different times, my friend.”
Another user commented: “Come on Tate. If it’s just an empire you’re not the richest, bravest, or greatest. I’d say you’d be a rich person just like you. It’s just a baseless imaginary thought.”, neglecting many factors and aiming to make people feel bad. If everyone was as rich as you, you probably wouldn’t feel special. “
Lol. You would probably be a slave
– The_Real_Fly (@The_Real_Fly) November 13, 2023
You would be nothing. Person. Because you wouldn’t have social media to exaggerate your personality and inflate your own ego. You would be a mason worker. A passenger. And humble.
— Gadsden Fawkes (@Gadsden_Fawkes) November 13, 2023
I think you are vastly overestimating the maneuverability of classes in Roman times. You would most likely be a peasant farm worker like 99% of the others. (and me)
These are very different times, my friend.
— The Man Cave Project (@BroTokenHive) November 14, 2023
Come on Tate. If it’s just one empire, you’re not the richest, bravest, or greatest. I would say you would be a rich person, just like you. This is simply baseless imaginary thinking, neglecting many factors and aiming to make people feel bad. If everyone was like…
– MEGA (@Megaplanet1) November 14, 2023
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