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Meta banned Andrew Tate, a 'controversial influencer'

Facebook is known for the love to very specific 'freedom of speech'

22.Aug.22 8:10 AM
By Shawn Highstraw
Photo TMZ


Meta banned Andrew Tate, a 'controversial influencer'
Facebook/Instagram: Andrew Tate is no longer welcome on Facebook and Instagram, but has been banned from the platform. Parent company Meta says Tate violated policy. He is also no longer allowed to create new accounts.

Tate became famous in 2016 after participating in the reality tv show Big Brother. He was expelled from the program after a video surfaced showing him abusing a woman with a belt. Tate claimed the images were fake.

Since then, the 35-year-old multimillionaire has become increasingly known for his misogynistic statements on social media. For example, he has previously said that women themselves "bear some responsibility" for rape, calls himself "absolutely a misogynist" and says that men "own women" when they are in a relationship.

Tate also runs his own online pyramid scheme called Hustlers University. He claims to teach people how to make money with this. Before his account was deleted, he had more than four million followers on Instagram.

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