KICKBOXER Andrew Tate has been banned from TikTok after getting booted from Instagram and Facebook over his “toxic” views on women.
A statement from the social media goliath said they were removing Tate’s account for violating its policies.
Andrew Tate has been barred from TikTokCredit: Instagram
Tate has also been banned from Instagram and Facebook over ‘misogynistic’ contentCredit: Instagram
They said the Ex-Big Brother contestant’s posts ran contrary to TikTok policy that bars content that “attacks, threatens, incites violence against, or otherwise dehumanizes an individual or a group”, according to the Washington Post.
Meta said it had also removed Tate’s official accounts from Facebook and Instagram on similar grounds.
Tate, 35, has been condemned in recent months after sharing his disturbing views about women in online videos.
He had more than 4.6million Instagram followers at the time his Instagram account was banned.
Tate, who was born in Luton, now lives in Romania.
His views have been described as extreme misogyny by domestic abuse charities – and concerns have been raised about the radicalisation of men and boys to copy him offline.
In a previous interview with another YouTuber, Tate admitted he was “absolutely a misogynist”.
And in a now deleted YouTube video, he claimed part of the reason he moved to Romania is because he believed cops in Eastern Europe would be less likely to pursue rape allegations.
But Tate has said he was “playing a comedic character” and that his videos had been “taken out of context”.
Back in 2016, Tate was kicked out of Big Brother after a video emerged of him hitting a woman with a belt.
And in 2017, he was slammed by mental health charities for saying depression “isn’t real”.
It comes hours after YouTuber Daz Black slammed “monster” Tate in a video showing the kickboxer’s misogynistic rants.
Daz, who has more than seven million subscribers on the platform, said he was recently approached by multiple women with alarming accusations against Tate.
He said he received “disturbing” videos of Tate – and described the kickboxer as “monster”.
Hope Not Hate, a Brit NGO recently launched a petition to have Tate deplatformed.
“The effect that Tate’s brand of vitriolic misogyny can have on the young male audience is deeply concerning,” it said in a statement.
“His content is widely celebrated by his fans for having brought back ‘traditional masculinity.’ However, we also know that misogyny can be a gateway to other extreme and discriminatory views.”
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