Andrew Tate is banned from Facebook and Instagram for ‘violating policies’ but is still on TikTok

Date:


BREAKING – Controversial British ex-Massive Brother influencer Andrew Tate is BANNED from Fb and Instagram for ‘violating insurance policies’ (however can STILL submit movies on TikTok)

  • ‘Poisonous influencer’ Andrew Tate has been banned from Fb and Instagram
  • Meta, who owns the social media platforms, stated he had violated its insurance policies 
  • Tate has been slammed for selling ‘excessive misogyny’ on the app TikTok
  • Up to now he stated ladies who’re raped ‘should bear some duty’ 

‘Poisonous influencer’ Andrew Tate, 35, has been banned from Fb and Instagram after being slammed for creating misogynistic content material.

Meta, who owns the 2 social media platforms, stated the controversial influencer had violated its insurance policies.

The ex-Massive Brother star had made a multi-million-pound fortune by changing into an influencer on the video sharing app, TikTok.

Movies on the app underneath the hashtag Andrew Tate have racked up over 11.6 billion views however the content material has been referred to as out for selling ‘excessive misogyny’ and able to ‘radicalising’ younger males.

The controversial influencer has been banned from Fb and Instagram. Meta who owns the social media platforms say Andrew Tate, 35, has violated its insurance policies

Meta instructed the BBC it had eliminated the previous kickboxer from its platform for violating its insurance policies on harmful organisations and people – however didn’t present additional particulars.

On the time of his elimination, he had 4.7 million followers on Instagram – this quantity had grown quickly from round a million followers simply two months in the past in June.

Tate is but to touch upon the ban.

Twitter had already banned him from their platform after he stated ladies who’ve been raped ‘should bear some duty’.

In a single video the 35-year-old billionaire advises males accused of dishonest by their girlfriends to ‘bang out the machete, increase in her face and grip her by the neck. Shut up b*tch.’

Tate, who has been slammed for promoting 'extreme misogyny' has racked up over 11.6 billion views on TikTok. The video sharing app, however, is yet to ban him from its platform

Tate, who has been slammed for selling ‘excessive misogyny’ has racked up over 11.6 billion views on TikTok. The video sharing app, nevertheless, is but to ban him from its platform

Earlier this 12 months in April, the misogynistic TikToker was investigated by police in Romania for individuals trafficking and rape after a grievance from a girl who had lived with him there.

MailOnline has contacted TikTok concerning the brand new ban.

Commercial

Share post:

Popular

More like this
Related

These dramatic readings of negative Yelp reviews are never not funny

On-line critiques stay in a paradoxical world of...

It’s another Bulgarian election – POLITICO

Press play to take heed to this text Bulgaria...

Hurricane Ian makes second landfall in South Carolina as death toll rises in Florida

Ian swept ashore as a Class 1 storm...