Andrew Tate Banned from YouTube: An Andrew Tate video uploaded earlier this month has been taken down, and the YouTube channel has…
Andrew Tate Banned from YouTube: An Andrew Tate video uploaded earlier this month has been taken down, and the YouTube channel has been permanently closed. His supporters termed the controversial and misogynistic influencer’s video ‘motivational.’ Fans of Andrew Tate defended him and argued there was nothing provocative about the video. Andrew Tate is still incarnated in the Romanian prison. Follow the latest Andrew Tate arrest Updates with InsideSport.IN
YouTuber Braso, who has 199K subscribers, came out in support of Mikaell Kristian, who had posted the original Andrew Tate video. Mikaell had 63,387 subscribers on YouTube. However, Braso said the video had garnered 1.5 million views before being shut down.
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Andrew Tate Banned from YouTube
On March 3, Andrew Tate posted a preview of the video on Twitter with the caption, “Discontent is the best Motivator. Be Greater,” along with a link to the full video. Braso and Mikaell supported Andrew Tate, who is in jail for human trafficking and money laundering. “My 60K subs youtube channel got removed. No warnings. No reasoning. Gone. They want you weak, poor, and dumb. Masculinity is under attack (sic),” Mikaell wrote after losing his YouTube channel.
Discontent is the best motivator.
Watch the full video here: pic.twitter.com/XcvxsIR0Dz
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) March 5, 2023
Andrew Tate’s supporters have relentlessly proven themselves, creating several new channels with the deleted Tate video titled “Andrew Tate Official Trailer Movie (2023) Original Creator be Greater 2” just hours after Mikaell Kristian’s channel was banned.
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Andrew Tate’s motivational video
The video opens with an interview byte from Andrew Tate, 13 days before his arrest, where he claims that if the authorities lock him up for some insane bulls**t, he wants everyone to know he didn’t do it. Tate believes that he is being punished for his success and influence.
The video shows footage of Andrew Tate’s arrest at his mansion in Romania in December, where he claims that “the Matrix has attacked him.” Tate’s voiceover advocates dissent and discontent, stating that the authorities want men to be weak, compassionate, and agreeable at all times. He encourages strong men to take what is theirs, calling himself a crusader for truth and a bastion for free speech and justice.
Tate advocates for masculinity in men, comparing his sense of duty to those displayed by firefighters and police. He encourages young boys to be taught that life is hard and they must be firm with no hint of weakness.
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