Andrew Tate reveals Physical Changes: Andrew Tate has acknowledged that, after spending two months in Romanian jail, he is practically “unrecognizable.” The…
Andrew Tate reveals Physical Changes: Andrew Tate has acknowledged that, after spending two months in Romanian jail, he is practically “unrecognizable.” The former kickboxing champion and his brother Tristan Tate will serve another 30-day sentence. As Romanian authorities continued their investigations, the Tate brothers will remain imprisoned until March 29, 2023. Yet with each tweet, Andrew Tate Twitter pleads his innocence. Follow the latest Andrew Tate arrest Updates with InsideSport.IN
I saw my reflection today and I barely recognized myself
A long beard, a full head of hair
and the stresses of battle show on my face
But then I looked into my eyes
And recognized myself completely
They cannot break me. pic.twitter.com/llwU1wIiTS
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) February 28, 2023
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Andrew Tate reveals Physical Changes
Since December, Romanian authorities have held Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan. Tate brothers lost their most recent appeal against incarceration. Authorities are still investigating organized crime and human trafficking cases against them.
Tate has tweeted the following as his time behind bars continues: “Today when I looked in the mirror, I hardly recognized myself. The strains of battle are visible on my face, along with a long beard and a full head of hair. I then turned my gaze inward, nevertheless. Suddenly I fully recognized myself. They can’t break me.”
Upon appearing in court, Tate has been extraordinarily unkempt. His hair was thicker, and he sported a new, bushy beard.
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Andrew Tate’s lawyer says he plays a character of TOP G for entertainment
Andrew Tate’s lawyer claims he presents a “TOP G character” who makes jokes and should not offend anyone. When questioned on Times Radio on Wednesday about whether her client portrays an “Andrew Tate character,” Ms. Glandian responded, “Absolutely, and it’s not even just in my view – there are interviews I’ve seen where Andrew himself has said: “You know I say a lot of stuff, it’s satire.
“Several things he says are for entertainment purposes. People should take those things lightly because they are part of his public character.” According to Ms. Glandian, the Tate brothers have “public personalities” through which they communicate what their target audiences want to hear.
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