‘Misogynist’ TikToker Andrew Tate who boasts about slapping lady and makes abhorrent feedback about rape is slammed by hosts of The Undertaking who name for the social media platform to kick him off the platform
Hosts of The Undertaking and Abbie Chatfield have known as for TikTok‘s most ‘harmful’ influencer, Andrew Tate, to be banned from the platform for selling misogyny.
British American kickboxer turned ‘realist’ podcaster Andrew Tate has gained large traction on video sharing platform TikTok for selling a ‘masculine’ life-style that includes cigars, non-public jets and degrading ladies.
On Sunday night time The Undertaking panelist Rachel Corbett and Australian influencer Abbie Chatfield weighed in on the problem, calling for TikTok to take away Tate’s content material from the platform.
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Particularly, they have been involved about how Tate’s content material is influencing younger teenage boys to carry derogatory views in direction of ladies.
‘Youngsters have a look at Instagram and TikTok and the concept of 11.6billion views as successful,’ Ms Corbett stated.
‘That then says that these (misogynistic) views should be good as a result of have a look at how well-known (Tate) is so then I wish to emulate that.
‘It is simply actually harmful and I really feel like TikTok has a accountability to take away misogynistic posts.’
Chatfield in contrast how TikTok applies its group tips to Tate’s content material versus her personal.
‘I uploaded a TikTok in a white singlet, with a bra on, and it acquired deleted in a minute,’ she stated.
‘However there’s countless movies of him saying that ladies are property and different extraordinarily, vilely misogynistic issues. How does that slip by way of the cracks however me in a singlet cannot?’