Controversial internet personality Andrew Tate recently criticized royals Harry and Meghan for their latest Netflix documentary, ‘Harry & Meghan’.
The series, which was released onto the streaming platform last week, takes a deep dive into their lives as members of the royal family before they both decided to leave their duties back in March. Both Meghan and Harry have often cited the British press as a major factor, as well as some shocking revelations in regards to members of the royal family and their reported comments on race.
True to form, ‘Cobra’ believes it was up to him to call out the documentary on his Twitter. The former kickboxing world champion stated that Meghan and Harry playing the ‘race card’ isn’t right and then referred to the diversity in the UK’s political landscape:
"Why is nobody pointing out the obvious? As usual, Andrew Tate has to. The basic premise is that Meghan and Harry are innocent and the royal family is guilty of bullying them and picking on them and that England as a whole has picked on them and bullied them, the reason being because they are racist."
"She's whiter than me! Not only is she whiter than me, she's whiter than the current prime minister of the UK, she's whiter than the mayor of London. She's not even black. Why is nobody talking about this?"
What Joe Rogan had to say about Andrew Tate?
Earlier this year, Andrew Tate was at the heart of the cancelation culture after he was removed from social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The internet personality was even unable to open a bank account with some companies.
Joe Rogan discussed ‘Cobra’ on his podcast during this time as his children saw controversial videos of Tate doing the rounds on TikTok. According to Rogan, the 36-year-old is likely playing a character, but his fighting credentials are legit:
"My 12-year-old and 14-year-old asked me about Andrew Tate. I said, 'He's a legit world champion kickboxer and I like him.' [They asked] 'Why do you like him?' They said he said some funny stuff... Look, part of it is like a character, and part of it, he's a legit world champion kickboxer, who's a hard man, who doesn't buy any p***y bulls**t. And that's what's resonating with young people. The worry is that kids are going to listen to him because he's big on TikTok."
When asked about having Tate on his podcast, the UFC color commentator said:
"It's a conversation, right? Especially now."
Catch the clip here: