Thunberg, 19, is a renowned Swedish climate activist who has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize four times.
While the pair operate in very different circles and would never usually have a reason to interact – that all changed after Tate decided to pick a fight on Twitter.
Watch Andrew Tate respond to Greta Thunberg in the two-minute video below…
Tate attempted to troll Thunberg with a post about his less-than-economical collection of supercars.
He wrote: “Hello Greta Thunberg. I have 33 cars. My Bugatti has a w16 8.0L quad turbo. My TWO Ferrari 812 competizione have 6.5L v12s.
“This is just the start. Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions.”
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Undeterred and, much to the delight of most Twitter users, Thunberg ‘owned’ Tate with her simple yet savage response.
Tate spent 10 hours coming up with an appropriate response – and hit back with a two-minute video that racked up more than a million views in its first hour.
Tagging Thunberg, he wrote alongside the video: “Thank you for confirming via your email address that you have a small p***s Greta Thunberg.
“The world was curious.”
He then added: “And I do agree you should get a life.”
In the video, he continued his attack: “I’m obviously a stranger to online controversy.
“It’s not something I often do, but now the mainstream press is commenting on the fact that I was informing Greta that my very extensive car collection – which runs on internal combustion engines fuelled by dead dinosaurs – has an enormous emission profile.
“She replied by telling me her own email address. Greta‘s email address is ‘ihavesmalld**kenergy’.”
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Then, talking to somebody off camera, he asked that they bring him a pizza and to make sure the box it comes in is not recyclable.
He then continued: “I’m not actually mad at Greta… she doesn’t realise she’s asleep at the matrix. She thinks she’s doing good.
“Someone has sat her down and convinced her to try and convince you to beg your government to tax you into poverty, to stop the sun from being hot.
“And then, because I called her out on it, the global matrix got this bot farm to like and retweet all of this bot commenting…
“To try and pretend that her telling me that she has a small d*** in her own email address – and that somehow teaches me a lesson.”
He concluded: “Welcome to the new episode of ‘The Clown Show’.”
Thunberg has not yet responded to Tate’s video but, following the success of her first scolding comeback, the Twitter-sphere is almost certainly ready and waiting.
Many users found Tate’s response hysterically cringe, particularly his claim that he’s ‘not mad’ at Thunberg – which they believe means that he is probably rather mad.
One person said: “Andrew Tate: Spends 10 hours putting together a video reply to prove he’s ‘not mad’ at the teenager who ethered him in a fight he picked with her.
“The saddest simps alive: This guy is very masculine.”
Another joked: “Definitely Not Mad Andrew Tate: ‘Oh yeah? Well I’m rubber and you’re glue’.”
“Andrew Tate is currently calling every modelling agency in his contacts so he can stage a photo showing how ‘not mad’ he is,” added a third.
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