The investigation into an alleged rape and human trafficking led to the imprisonment of Andrew Tate on December 28, 2022, in a…
The investigation into an alleged rape and human trafficking led to the imprisonment of Andrew Tate on December 28, 2022, in a Romanian prison. While held for almost two months, Andrew Tate’s Twitter posted several enraged messages claiming innocence. Meanwhile, the manager of Andrew Tate recently admitted that his social media staff and legal team are responsible for his tweets. Follow the latest Andrew Tate arrest Updates with InsideSport.IN
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Who is handling Andrew Tate’s Twitter?
The Sartorial Shooter, who is said to be Andrew and Tristan Tate’s manager and close friend, confirmed that Andrew Tate is not tweeting from jail. The manager claimed in a recent podcast that “there is a direct line of contact between Andrew and whoever controls TOP G’s Twitter name via a lawyer. Tate is communicating every day with his team.”
Then, the podcast host queried the manager of the Tate about whether or not he had an opportunity to speak with him. And he responded, “Not at all. In the end, I believe his primary concern is the legal issue. I once overheard him speaking, so I just replied, “I pray for you in the mosque every day,” to him. He thanked me in return. Yet, we haven’t discussed anything further than that.”
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Andrew Tate tweets about a ghost story in jail
Andrew Tate said an ice chill woke him up last night in jail. Tate continued by saying he saw a ghost in his cell. The spirit pleaded with Tate not to kill him after being intimidated by him. Also, the contentious individual asserted that he sent the ghost back to hell with a message for the devils.
I was awoken last night by an icy chill
and identified a ghost in my prison cell
He was terrified and begged me not to annihilate him
I sent him back to hell with a message for the demons
I am always ready.
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) February 25, 2023
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