The internet drives toxic jerk Andrew Tate out of the funniest places | Panda Anku

A woman at her computer ignores a crying baby Andrew Tate on the floor, also on fire.

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Andrew Tate, a former kickboxer turned misogynistic internet guru for incels, has recently been kicked from every major website you can think of for being a piece of shit. But his legacy now lives on as the butt of all memes.

In case you’re not online like the rest of us and wondering why you’re hearing about this dumbass in a kotaku article, let me explain. Despite claiming he’s not an “internet guy,” one of Tate’s best known is his connection to Twitch streamers, who helped him feature him on their streams. Why would these streamers flatten him? It’s good content. Not in the sense of “good,” but because having him on their streams helps farm the controversy machine, which in turn boosts engagement, which all platforms reward with views. This, in turn, allowed Tate to express his sexist views of women and his total no pyramid scheme (source: trust me bro) an impressionable young audience. So is Tate is being studied for humans trade and rape allegations.

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It’s safe to say that Tate went downhill after that Twitch streamer Hasan “Hasanabi” Piker In the free marketplace of ideas, kick your ass with facts and logic over empirical (not imperial) evidence as to why Tate says women can’t drive is just his luddite opinion. Since then, social media platforms like Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok have banned the game ball from the internet. Sad. Tate managed to post a kind of last message for his Tater tots on YouTube before he got banned. It’s over an hour long and blah blah blah cry about it.

Tate’s ban managed to add a measure of clout to God’s favorite sexist: he became a meme. People share memes announcing that Tate has been banished from a cavalcade of bizarre places to celebrate that he gets the ban hammer online. Like the Oscars In Memoriam section, let’s laugh for a moment at some of the best Tate is banned memes.

Rarely does art so eclecticly imitate life, but the meme Tate has been permanently denied The Sims 3 Store simply tickles the soul. We at kotaku It would be remiss not to remind you, the player, that the Sims 3 store has been closed for years. But that doesn’t make it any less funny that Tate is banished there. It wouldn’t have been made for him The Sims 3 store anyway. It takes good ideas and creativity and he recycles sexism and Ponzi schemes from the 80’s.

Tough Break Tate, looks like the internet press the slay button on all hopes that you ever bust your tiny ass RuPaul’s Drag Race Superstar apartment Such a shame too, Tate did quite an elegant runway walk for someone who probably doesn’t wash their legs.

It takes a lot of talent to be too carnal for wrestling, but somehow this geek pulled it off. We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors. Is he gone? fuck this guy What a sign. Credit to Twitter user @hiddengemmy for using an image of WWE Superstar Ricochet, who bears an unfortunate resemblance to Tate. PS,. Ricochet is a cool dude who does all the nice flippies in the ring and is nothing like Tate!

In case you just woke up from a 13 year coma and you still have the Beer Simulator app installed on your phone, first of all respect for being the least fun guy at the party. Second, holy shit, you missed a lot of shit! Third, good luck adjusting to today’s hellscape.

I hope Tate wasn’t planning on buying any antiques to display alongside his Bugatti and bedside machete. kind of fact doesn’t like sexists. Good boy.

It goes without saying that Tate will likely be banned turn 3 worked out for everyone because Tate strikes me as the type of guy who thinks video games are for babies. He has a big “my brother only let me play with the unplugged controller” energy.

Tate would probably fit right in Frat Boy Work Culture Activision Blizzard has been accused of promoting it where women were allegedly sexually harassed in several studios.

Obviously, Tate is going through troubling times when he can’t get praise from Zoomers on Twitch. But for a “Top G” like himself, banning fake places like social media platforms hasn’t taken the shine off his bald head. Like a washed-up celebrity that clings to relevance by embarrassing itself Dancing with the starsTate is interviewed by Fox commentator and “questioners guy” Tucker Carlson, This evening. No doubt he will cry because it was “cancelled”. Not top-G behavior, by the way.


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