Andrew Tate Jail Release: Combat Sports: Andrew Tate has been imprisoned for over two months. And since the court has extended the…
Andrew Tate Jail Release: Combat Sports: Andrew Tate has been imprisoned for over two months. And since the court has extended the detention period three times and he must remain in custody until March 29th, the incarceration, which was originally scheduled to only last 30 days, will now last roughly 90 days. Tate’s Twitter account and his fan letters are currently the only means via which he’s able to interact with his followers. The former kickboxer, in his latest letter, has issued a serious warning and predicted when he would be released on bail. Let’s look into Tate’s warning and prediction in more detail. Follow Andrew Tate’s news updates with InsideSport.IN.
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Andrew Tate Jail Release: The ex-kickboxer issued a warning and predicted when he would be freed from jail
The world’s most divisive person just wrote a letter to his followers in which he declared that he is prepared to go freed and that he will then expose everything. In his words, “For the last 3 years, The evil elites were talking about The Great Reset. They were right. It’s coming. But it will not work in their favor. The Great Reset begins the day I am released from jail.”
He added, “Every day I write lessons. Every day I further prepare for my release. Their lies cannot hold me forever. The day I am released, the universe will split in two. If you knew what would happen to every student of The Real World as soon as I am released you would already be inside. I only warn you to hurry. Their lies are breaking. We launch very soon.”
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Certainly, after this letter, his supporters are very impatient to see him freed from custody, and given the manner in which he wrote the letter and his confidence that he would be released soon, it appears that he will get out by the end of this month.
It will be interesting to see what Tate has to offer following the day he is released considering he frequently makes controversial comments on a variety of topics. Meanwhile, till then he has to communicate on Twitter.
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