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Andrew Tate recreates pizza video he sent to Greta Thunberg before arrest

Andrew Tate recreates pizza video he sent to Greta Thunberg before arrest

He just... keeps... posting.

Andrew Tate has posted a recreation of the infamous pizza box video he once made for Greta Thunberg.

Ever since he was released from Romanian jail, Tate has been posting all sorts of bizarre things to Twitter now he has his phone back.

This week, the topic of choice has been climate change which, spoiler alert, Tate doesn't believe in.

Andrew Tate has remade his pizza box video.

On Monday (17 April), Tate, who is currently under house arrest, told his Twitter followers: "Today I'm going to try my very best to give a s**t about climate change."

He then quickly followed that up with: "Didn't work, I don't care."

That is some Elon Musk-level humour (not a good thing).

Then, today (18 April), the 36-year-old posted a video of himself eating pizza, sitting behind piles upon piles of pizza boxes.

One of the boxes even had a knife jabbed into it, because Tate would like to assure you that he is tough and dangerous.

It looks like the video was supposed to be a dig at the infamous pizza box video he made for Greta Thunberg that was quickly followed by his arrest.

For those who don't recall, Tate was arrested for suspected human trafficking shortly after calling out the 19-year-old environmental activist in a video posted to Twitter back in December.

In the video, Tate told Thunberg that he didn't plan on recycling his pizza boxes and that he causes so much pollution because of all the cool cars he owns, so there.

He then told Thunberg: "Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions."

Thunberg came back with a simple, yet devastating: "Yes, please do enlighten me. Email me at smalld**[email protected]."

There were theories that, because Tate's arrest came so soon after he made that video for Thunberg, authorities must have figured out his location by the logo on the pizza box - though this has been debunked.

After news broke of Tate's arrest, Thunberg posted yet another damning tweet that read: "This is what happens when you don’t recycle your pizza boxes."

Greta Thunberg fired savage tweets back at Tate.
Per Grunditz / Alamy Stock Photo

In his new pizza box video, Tate sat shirtless behind at least 14 pizza boxes, putting down his cigar to pick up a slice of pizza before staring down the camera lens.

Posting the video to Twitter, he wrote: "Do it. I don't live in fear."

Whether or not that was directed at Thunberg, Romanian authorities, or some sort of Matrix agent isn't exactly clear.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@Cobratate

Topics: Andrew Tate, Celebrity, Greta Thunberg