The controversial internet personality Andrew Tate has been banned from both Instagram and Facebook due to his controversial activities.
People have been concerned about Tate’s outlandish statements online due to his misogynistic and harmful rhetoric toward women. Tate is becoming more popular due to his misogynistic and harmful remarks.
Andrew Tate has been banned from Facebook and Instagram pic.twitter.com/tTNutwujSF
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Meta-owned platforms banned Tate on Friday for allegedly violating their policies, citing dangerous organizations and individuals. Several organizations have called for removing Tate’s content due to its detrimental effects on young men and boys.
He became famous after appearing on the reality television show Big Brother in 2016. He was removed from the show following the publication of a video showing him attacking a woman with a belt.
Tate has promoted ideas like women as property, downplaying depression, and diminishing $exual harassment.
Aside from endorsing harmful behavior toward women, Tate was also involved in some serious scandals, including allegations of human trafficking and his firing from Big Brother.
As soon as news of Tate’s ban began to spread, people celebrated via Twitter, where Tate is also blocked.
This is the action we need from social media platforms to prevent the radicalisation of young men online.
If you haven’t, I recommend reading Laura Bates’ ‘Men Who Hate Women’ to hear from teachers who share how these misogynistic behaviours have seeped into their classrooms.
Influencer Andrew Tate banned from Facebook and Instagram https://t.co/uB6GDOatXY
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