Andrew Tate banned from Facebook and Instagram

Andrew Tate, a self-described “success coach”, has been banned from Instagram and Facebook for what many have criticized as misogynistic advice.

A spokesperson for Meta, which owns Instagram and Facebook, confirmed to NBC News on Friday that the company had removed Tate’s official accounts from the social media platforms for violating the company’s policies on dangerous organizations and individuals. A spokesperson confirmed the ban is permanent.

The ban follows an online campaign to platform the Tate, a growing concern among parents and teachers over their impact on a primarily young audience. Andrew Tate had 4.7 million followers on his Instagram page. Andrew Tate has been active in right-wing circles for years but began gaining followers and mainstream attention after appearing on multiple podcasts and Twitch streams.

Andrew Tate banned from Facebook and Instagram

“Internet sensationalism addresses the notion that I am anti-women when nothing could be further from the truth,” she said, adding that she has donated to charities that benefit women. “I’m really innocent.”

Andrew Tate has been a vocal supporter of former President Donald Trump and has appeared on numerous right-wing podcasts, including programs such as Info verse hosted by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. Recently Andrew Tate has become “difficult to stay away from” via web-based entertainment, and at the hour of his restriction from Meta stages he had more than 4.7 million followers on his Instagram profile. Andrew Tate banned from Facebook and Instagram.

Andrew Tate has developed a following for Andrew’s advice videos for men, many of which veer into the sexist territory. In a YouTube video, Tate described himself as “absolutely misogynistic”. Andrew Tate said: “I’m a realist and when you are a realist you’re sexist. Andrew Tate banned from Facebook and Instagram.

In a statement to the Guardian, Tate characterized many of his videos as satire, saying he was “playing a comedic role”.

Andrew Tate has gone viral largely because of his extreme statements: comparing women to property, graphically describing how a woman is assaulted for cheating, and claiming that men date women as young as 18 and 19. Andrew Tate’s comments were widely reposted on TikTok and Instagram reels.