Andrew Tate supporters blocked on TIKTOK: Short videos that support Andrew Tate, who was detained in December 2022 by the Romanian police…
Andrew Tate supporters blocked on TIKTOK: Short videos that support Andrew Tate, who was detained in December 2022 by the Romanian police on suspicion of organized crime, are being removed by the video hosting site TikTok. Fans of Top G asserted that the removal of these tapes was caused by corruption in the Andrew Tate arrest. Follow the Latest Andrew Tate arrest Updates with InsideSport.IN
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Andrew Tate supporters blocked on TIKTOK
TOP G has firmly established himself in the public spotlight thanks to his extreme right-wing views on women, excessive spending, and alleged criminal activity involvement. Undoubtedly, one of the most infamous and contentious influencers of our time is Andrew Tate.
The former kickboxer has been detained since his arrest on December 29, 2022. He has had his requests for release from custody turned down multiple times. In response to Tate’s imprisonment, his followers have grown quite loud.
They’ve brainwashed you.
That’s why you can feel something isn’t quite right.
Your soul, is fighting against the poison they’ve injected into your MIND.
You must be true to yourself.
Your masculine urge of conquest. Do not be defeated by apparition.
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) February 14, 2023
As an “inclusive and supportive” network, TikTok claims to forbid content that “praises, promotes, glorifies, or supports any harmful ideology,” including misogyny. TikTok permanently banned two of the Andrew Tate supporters’ accounts. Also, the video-making platform took down the videos featuring Andrew Tate.
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Top G fans blame it on the corruption of the Romanian government
Andrew Tate supporters have blamed their ban on the corruption by the Romanian government. One of the fans commented on the video,” the amount of corruption, in this case, is on another level smh.” Another fan made fun of TikTok, which claims to be a democratic video-making platform. He wrote, “TikTok: Free Speech, Also TikTok: No Andrew Tate.”
According to a news article in The Guardian, TikTok was eliminating “violent” accounts and content, such as misogynistic material and “copycat” accounts, violating impersonation policies.
Following similar actions by Instagram and Facebook, it said two weeks later that it had blocked an official account belonging to Tate for violating its policies on “material that insults, threatens, incites violence against, or otherwise dehumanizes an individual or a group.”
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