Andrew Tate banned
According to the BBC, Meta said it had removed the British-American kickboxer from its platforms for violating its policies on dangerous organizations and individuals.
He had more than a 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 radicalization of men and boys to copy him offline.
Meta has banned Andrew Tate from Facebook and Instagram
Andrew Tate now has two fewer platforms to spew his misogyny, as Meta banned the kickboxer-turned-toxic social media influencer from Facebook and Instagram on Friday for violating its policies on dangerous organizations and individuals.
Tate has become something of an idol to countless impressionable young men and boys, over his incredibly disturbing rhetoric that women are essentially the property of men and should not be afforded their own autonomy as human beings. Among his charming beliefs are that he thinks that women who are raped are somehow responsible or deserving of it, and that his followers should “imprint” on 18 and 19-year-old girls before they become too sexually experienced.