Latest Andrew Tate Updates: KSI Calls Kickboxer ‘Squeaky’, Warns Fans

Andrew Tate leaves Bucharest court in handcuffs amid human trafficking allegations

YouTuber KSI called Andrew Tate ‘squeaky’ as he called on fans to stop worshiping influencers.

The rapper, real name Olajide Olatunj, said he doesn’t want to be “put on a pedestal” like the arrested former kickboxer.

“I don’t want people to love me. I don’t want that Top G title,’ he told BBC Newsbeat.

He also dismissed Mr Tate’s continued references to ‘The Matrix’ as ‘gritty’.

“I don’t care about any matrix stuff or anything,” the 29-year-old said.

Mr Tate was arrested in Bucharest on December 29 but continues to reach millions of followers online with his cryptic tweets – despite his arrest – the latest saying he is ‘surrounded by cockroaches’ and ‘hunting in the dark’ .

In a tweet posted on Thursday evening, the former kickboxer wrote, “Pitch black surrounded by cockroaches. Unable to sleep, I hunt in the dark. Waiting for daybreak to count my kills.

The former kickboxer recently lost an appeal against a judge’s earlier decision to extend his arrest from 24 hours to 30 days.


Andrew Tate tweets about cockroaches again

Andew Tate tweeted about a dungeon “infested with dark cockroaches”, following a post last night that said it was “surrounded by cockroaches”.

Tonight’s tweet read, “I’ll come out of the dark cockroach infested dungeon more ninja than ever.” They can’t break me.

The imprisoned influencer’s account has been tweeting since his arrest and gaining followers.

Liam JamesJanuary 13, 2023 9:00 p.m.


This is why young men still listen to Andrew Tate | Comment

Clint Edwards comments on Tate’s appeal: If you don’t know Andrew Tate yet, you’re one of the lucky ones. Wherever you are sheltering, I hope it is warm, comfortable, and that you have enough preserves for the future.

Tate comes across as a hyper-masculine, ultra-rich, red-pilled lothario who is willing to teach his young Padawans the ways of the world, women, and the secrets of his own success. It offers young men an inner track on life. A ticket to the dream they didn’t quite know they had. In short, he sells them a model of how to be a man. And with a dearth of alternatives, they’re more than willing to buy it.

There is something fundamentally underdeveloped about Tate. I don’t mean physically, but emotionally, intellectually, culturally. He exudes so much insecurity – masked by aggression and arrogance – that personally, I feel like I need to squint when I look at him. Maybe that’s why he always wears sunglasses.

But watch him do it. Mainly young men. Fascinated by the wisdom of their 36 year old guru from Luton.

Liam JamesJanuary 13, 2023 7:20 p.m.


School holds Andrew Tate assemblies over fears of ‘toxic misogynist influence on children’

Andrew Tate’s social media posts could serve as a ‘gateway drug’ for children who then view more harmful content, teachers have warned.

At one school, the director of performing arts, Matt Adams, decided to hold “Andrew Tate town halls” due to fears about what students interested in the influencer are being exposed to online.

Mr Adams teaches at a west London school and saidThe Independent the boys he talked to would outright support Tate, make excuses for him, or claim he was misquoted.

Maryam Zakir-HussainJanuary 13, 2023 5:15 p.m.


Andrew Tate: A Timeline of His Rise and Fall

The right-wing social media influencer has found a large following for male empowerment messages online, but is often accused of misogyny.

Joe Middleton traces his rise to fame and his damaging legacy:

Maryam Zakir-HussainJanuary 13, 2023 4:19 p.m.


I’m a teacher – that’s what my 15 year olds say about Andrew Tate

This week was different. Rather than talking about systemic issues and how they affect our students, like racism, homophobia, and ableism, we ended up talking about one man. This man was Andrew Tate.

After discussing the controversial influencer who appeared in court this week, we decided that due to his continued reach on social media, it would be best to hold townhall meetings throughout all school years to ensure that are smart about the content they consume. online.

Maryam Zakir-HussainJanuary 13, 2023 3:10 p.m.


Here’s how to beat toxic men like Andrew Tate

The news of Andrew Tate’s arrest was greeted with relief by many, hoping it will end its relevance. However, in my opinion (and my experience), the damage is done.

Tate’s opinions, amplified through social media, have already led to the manipulation of many young men of my generation, and without urgent intervention we could end up with a lost generation of young men.

So what do we do? Sufyan Ahmed shares how society can work together to combat the spread of misogynistic attitudes at the Tate:

Maryam Zakir-HussainJanuary 13, 2023 1:30 p.m.


YouTuber KSI calls Andrew Tate ‘grumpy’

YouTuber KSI called Andrew Tate ‘squeaky’ as he called on fans to stop worshiping influencers.

The rapper, real name Olajide Olatunj, said he doesn’t want to be “put on a pedestal” like the arrested former kickboxer.

He told BBC Newsbeat: “I don’t want people to love me. I don’t want that Top G title.”

Youtuber and rapper KSI

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Maryam Zakir-HussainJanuary 13, 2023 12:32


How Andrew Tate became the poster child for the hard right

Andrew Tate should have been anathema to people who spend half their time telling us they are not far right, Katherine Dekinson writing.

Of course, a video may have emerged in 2016 showing him hitting a woman with a belt and leading to her expulsion from the Big brother house (in a statement, he and the woman featured in the clip said they were friends and the actions depicted were consensual).

He may also have claimed that once married, a woman becomes the property of a man – but her reach, influence and masterful command of social media seemingly made up for all of that. TalkTV, GB News and others have always supported him.

Maryam Zakir-HussainJanuary 13, 2023 11:35 am


Andrew Tate gives mindfulness advice despite arrest

The controversial influencer posted several tweets despite being incarcerated following his arrest for rape, human trafficking and organized crime.

In a tweet he posted on Thursday, Andrew Tate said, “Stop for 10 seconds. Stop what you’re doing, put your phone down. Clear your mind. Inhale and exhale deeply.

“Have you noticed how happy you feel? You’ve been happy all this time, but you haven’t paid attention to it. Keep smiling. Then back to work.

Maryam Zakir-HussainJanuary 13, 2023 10:20 a.m.


Andrew Tate makes cryptic tweet about ‘hunting in the dark’ in prison

Maryam Zakir-HussainJanuary 13, 2023 9:13 a.m.

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