BUCHAREST, ROMANIA: Andrew Tate, the kickboxer turned controversial social media influencer, recently used the ‘X’ platform (formerly known as Twitter) to make a provocative statement about women frequenting clubs.
Known for his polarizing views, Tate has faced significant backlash for his comments about women and has been criticized for his misogynistic perspectives.
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Andrew Tate is often criticized for his comments about women (Mo Vlogs/YouTube)
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Andrew Tate comments on women who go clubbing
In a recent post on the ‘X’ platform, Tate made a controversial statement regarding women.
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He criticized women who frequently go clubbing, indirectly suggesting that they might not be suitable for marriage or as potential wives.
Expressing his preference for girls who stay at home, he said: “Don’t be put off by club participation.”
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In conclusion, Tate asserted, “The really good-looking girls, where it counts anyway, are at home.”
Don’t be put off by the club’s participation.
The really beautiful girls, where it counts, are at home.
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) November 11, 2023
Trolls criticize Andrew Tate
Following Tate’s disparaging remark about women who like to go clubbing and her affirmation of the traditional belief that women who stay at home are more impressive, many users have come forward to express their opinions on her statement.
One user wrote: “This is not true.”
Trolls say Andrew Tate’s claim isn’t true (@Cobratate/ Twitter)
Another user wrote: “Beautiful girls, both in character and facial appearance, can be found anywhere. This is what I have come to conclude.”
One user said: “But you’re going to the club, right? I’m not a feminist but women deserve some respect. Women shouldn’t do this, women should do that, women are supposed to being this and that, I think we must insist.” it was the wall that caused them to fight back the way they did. I appreciate those at home and also those at the club… They make society work. $RATIO that.”
One user commented: “Dude, you’re 45 and you’re still talking about how cool it is to go to clubs? You may be rich, but you’re very sad.”
— Notorious Entrepreneur (@notoriouspromoX) November 12, 2023
Beautiful girls in terms of character and facial appearance can be found anywhere. This is what I have come to conclude
– Nacho (@DanielIheanach4) November 11, 2023
But you go to the club, right?
I’m not a feminist but women deserve a certain respect…
Women shouldn’t do this, women should do that, women are supposed to be this and that
I believe it was the push against the wall that caused them to fight back the way they did.
I appreciate those who are…
– Nabu V Emma ✪ (@NabuVictor_) November 11, 2023
Dude, you’re 45 and you’re still talking about how cool it’s to go to clubs? You may be rich, but you are very sad.
– Spartan #56 (@JellyDonut56) November 12, 2023
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