The former kickboxing world champion has gone viral on social media for his views on women and relationships, with some people branding him the ‘king of toxic masculinity’.
Although he does have an army of fans, which is evident by his 4.1million Instagram followers, a number of people are asking for his videos to be removed from the app.
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On Twitter, one person posted: “I will pay a billion dollars to anyone who will come up with an algorithm that will remove Andrew Tate content from my TikTok page.”
Another said: “Why is Andrew Tate shorts all over my f***ing TikTok and YouTube shorts algorithm? I literally never heard of him TILL he started showing up on my s*** and he’s INSUFFERABLE, laughing my a** off.“
One user tweeted TikTok directly and said: “@tiktok_us How can I remove Andrew Tate from my feed?”
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It’s not just people on social media that are calling for Tate to be removed.
Amelia Handy, a policy lead at Rape Crisis England and Wales, told the Daily Mail: “TikTok has a responsibility to ensure the safety and wellbeing of its users: by allowing these videos on their platform they are failing to protect the millions of young people who use their app.”
Despite being relatively unknown at the beginning of the year, it was revealed that in July, he had more Google searches than Donald Trump and Kim Kardashian.
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Tate’s videos on social media have been met with a lot of criticism, as he constantly tells viewers how to treat women and brags about hitting them too.
He appeared on Big Brother in 2016, however, he was removed from the show after a video surfaced of him hitting a woman with a belt.
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