Andrew Tate has now been banned from five social platforms: Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Twitter, and YouTube
Andrew Tate has been barred from using five social media platforms: Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Twitter, and YouTube. Hours afterward, the developer appears to have deleted his own Twitch channel. Andrew Tate, a notorious internet celebrity, has been banned from numerous major social media networks this week. Tate’s popularity grew a lot after he talked about shows and streams made by the most popular people on the internet.
Meta first banned him from Facebook and Instagram (where he had over 14 million followers). He was later removed from TikTok, which took action against videos and accounts that featured Tate’s controversial takes. With these prohibitions, Tate was left with only Twitch, YouTube, and Hustler’s University. Those who believe Tate is a dangerous influence on young men due to his “misogynistic” views, on the other hand, have urged for the influencer to be barred from the remaining platforms.
Andrew Tate banned from YouTube
Andrew Tate’s YouTube channels, TateSpeech and Tateconfidential, will be deactivated on Monday, August 22. When attempting to access both channels, viewers are greeted with the message “This page is not available.” Please accept my apologies. “Try looking for something different.” At the time of writing, neither Andrew Tate nor YouTube had offered an explanation for the deletion of the channels. However, according to YouTube’s hate speech policy, channels are not allowed to publish content that promotes violence or hatred towards people based on “sex/gender” or “victims of a significant violent event and their relatives.”
Andrew Tate allegedly deleted his Twitch channel
Users observed that Andrew Tate’s ‘TateSpeech’ Twitch account had been deactivated hours after two of his YouTube channels were terminated. However, while attempting to access the channel, the screen that shows claims that the channel was closed by the user. Despite having 50,000 followers, Tate rarely streamed on the TateSpeech channel, preferring to appear on streams with far larger audiences, such as Adin Ross’s and Clix’s.
His channel was deleted at the same time as Hustler’s University 3.0, a “revamped” and “upgraded” version of his money-making academy. Twitter users suspect that Tate erased this channel to avoid yet another platform ban and to avoid being prevented from appearing on other streams.