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Andrew Tate is setting up a charity to protect women against male domestic violence

Rachel Lang

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Andrew Tate is setting up a charity to protect women against male domestic violence

Controversial influencer Andrew Tate has uploaded a video to share a 'final' message to his followers.

The self-described misogynist released a lengthy, hour and 13 minute long video to tell everyone how he really feels…. as if he hadn't been doing that already.

"The future for me, now that I will be a lot more selective with the social media I’ll be producing, if any at all, is I’m going to be starting a foundation," he claimed.

A charity you say? Do go on. Check out the full video here.

The video was captioned: 'You cannot remove him from speaking the truth.' Credit: FreeTopG/Vimeo
The video was captioned: 'You cannot remove him from speaking the truth.' Credit: FreeTopG/Vimeo

"The Tate Foundation is going to be dedicated to helping [with] men's mental health and also protecting women against violence from men,” he said.

He then claimed he will not be setting up the charity for 'likes and views, but [as] someone who genuinely has the capability to help people'.

Tate then claimed he 'believed [he] was helping people via social media' and 'if that’s going to be taken away from me, then I will continue my philanthropy in other realms'.

He probably didn't need to phrase it like a man-tantrum but - as per the video - he also claims not to be a 'bad guy'.

The social media star had 4.7 million Instagram followers before the site shut down his account. Credit: @AndrewTate/Instagram
The social media star had 4.7 million Instagram followers before the site shut down his account. Credit: @AndrewTate/Instagram

"I already was doing my philanthropy through encouraging men," he continued. 

“If that’s going to be destroyed, then I’ve decided to start the Tate Foundation and specifically help with financial aid [for] women, [and help with] protection from violence, primarily."

He quickly added: "And men’s mental health issues."

Tate went on to vow that he will continue to 'speak for men'.

"Me being alive on the internet will allow me to lead men in a very positive direction," he said, before issuing an ultimatum to the social media platforms:

"Banning me and deleting me leaves a black hole. It’s me or nobody."

Andrew Tate in his pre-ban era. Credit: @cobratate/Instagram
Andrew Tate in his pre-ban era. Credit: @cobratate/Instagram

He later added that he was a 'victim' of his 'own success' and reminded his viewers that he has 'more money than [he] will ever personally need."

Tate has previously - and publicly - claimed that 'women can’t drive', that 18-year-old women are 'more attractive than 25-year-olds because they’ve been through less d**k', and that women should 'shut the f**k up, have kids, sit at home, be quiet and make coffee'.

FacebookInstagramTikTok, and YouTube have now all banned accounts associated with him for violating their hate speech policies.

He was previously banned from Twitter in 2017, after he tweeted that women should 'bare some responsibility' for being sexual assaulted.

Tate has since been kicked off a bunch of social media platforms, including Instagram, Facebook and TikTok due to violating their terms and conditions.


Featured Image Credit: FreeTopG/Vimeo. Andrew Tate/Instagram

Topics: Celebrity, Facebook, Instagram, Social Media, TikTok, Twitter, Viral, YouTube

Rachel Lang
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