Andrew Tate Announces Women’s Charity In ‘Strange’ Final Message Video

Andrew Tate
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Andrew Tate has announced that he is setting up a charity to protect women against male domestic abuse.

In a video titled ‘Andrew Tate’s Final Message’ posted to his followers, the controversial influencer said: “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.

“The Tate Foundation is going to be dedicated to helping men’s mental health and also protecting women against violence from men.”

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The former Big Brother contestant added that the charity will not be set up for ‘likes and views, but [as] someone who genuinely has the capability to help people’ and that it will continue his ‘philanthropic’ ways.

Tate continued: “I already was doing my philanthropy through encouraging men.

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“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.”

Tate’s ‘final message’ has garnered a mixed reaction on social media, with some people still supporting him, as one user posted: “I watched Tate interview on Rumble, it’s a bloke you would stand next to in a war.”

Another person commented: “Andrew Tate donated $1.2million to women’s charity. He’s a great person in my opinion.”

However, some people are happy to see him get cancelled and disagree with his video, as one user said: “So what I’ve seen so far from the Andrew Tate video is just people saying “but he does charity stuff!!” like what where’s the correlation. Bad people can still do good things. Doesn’t make him a good person though.”

Someone else commented: “The amount of s**** people are posting showing Andrew Tate doing charity and s*** still sticking up for him is sickening honestly.” 

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Tate’s ‘final message’ video comes after multiple social media platforms, such as TikTok and Instagram, have banned him from their sites due to concerns he is ‘promoting toxic masculinity’. 

The 35-year-old has previously claimed in public that ‘women can’t drive’, and that women should ‘shut the f*** up, have kids, sit at home, be quiet and make coffee’.

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.