Controversial influencer Andrew Tate has once again sparked outrage with his recent misogynistic remarks, this time targeting women who attend music festivals.
While it’s not surprising for Tate to express bigoted views, his comments about festival-goers have raised eyebrows and drawn criticism.
Additionally, he took the opportunity to proclaim himself as the “most influential man on the planet” while alleging that various groups are trying to silence him.
A Bizarre Take on Women at Festivals
In a tweet, Andrew Tate advised his followers to avoid women who go to festivals, stating, “Avoid women who go to festivals.
They’re either on some loser’s table who’s feeding them cocaine or in a crowd of sweaty peasants because they’re a sweaty peasant.”
He further described festival attendees as individuals who post endless Instagram stories in an attempt to prove their worthlessness to the world.
Unsurprisingly, his comments were met with criticism for their derogatory and judgmental nature.
Tate went on to present a hypothetical scenario, suggesting that a woman’s chances of dating an ideal partner, whom he refers to as the “Top G,” would be ruined if it was discovered that she had attended a festival in her past.
He emphasized his belief that such a revelation would lead to a lifetime of arguments with future partners because they could never measure up to him.
Claims of Being the Most Influential Man
Continuing his self-aggrandizing rhetoric, Andrew Tate took to Twitter to assert that various groups, including the LGBT community, liberals, big pharma, war mongers, and feminists, want him to disappear.
He expressed his belief that despite their vast resources and influence, he remains the most influential man on the planet.
While Tate’s claim is widely disputed, it reflects his ongoing desire to position himself as a victim and a lone voice against the so-called establishment.
Paranoia and Poisoning Claims
In a series of now-deleted tweets, the 36-year-old influencer alleged that he had been poisoned.
However, it appears that he later recognized his paranoia and chose to remove those tweets.
As the investigation into his alleged involvement in human trafficking continues, Tate seems undeterred and continues to espouse his controversial views and inflammatory rhetoric on social media.
As the story unfolds, the public remains divided over Andrew Tate’s statements and actions.
While some condemn his misogynistic remarks and question his credibility, others continue to engage with him, perpetuating the cycle of attention and controversy that surrounds him.