Andrew Tate banned from facebook and instagram

Andrew Tate

The former kickboxer rose to notoriety in 2016 when he was taken out from the TV show Big Brother over a video that seemed to portray him going after a lady.

At the time of his expulsion from Big Brother, Mr. Tate said the video had been altered, referring to it as "an all-out lie attempting to make me look terrible".

He proceeded to acquire a reputation on the web, with Twitter prohibiting him from saying ladies ought to "bear liability" for being physically attacked.

He had 4.7 million Instagram supporters at the time his account was eliminated from Insta. That number had developed quickly from around 1 million supporters in June.

After the banned Meta said that he was violating the polices.

He has drawn criticism online for his remarks, especially from the UK advocacy group Hope Not to Hate, which invited the latest boycott.

A TikTok representative told the BBC: "Sexism is a derisive philosophy that isn't endured on TikTok.

Video about Mr. Tate has demonstrated fame across virtual entertainment stages, especially on TikTok where recordings utilizing the #AndrewTate hashtag have been seen more than 12.7 times.