Andrew Tate’s Twitter account was reinstated in late November after Elon Musk lifted a five-year ban put in place largely due to the kickboxer-turned-internet personality’s excessive and often violent misogyny. Most recently, he’s used his return to the platform to taunt climate activist Greta Thunberg, bragging about his 33 cars and their “enormous emissions” to the 19-year-old who, to his surprise, couldn’t care less.
“Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions,” Tate wrote to Thunberg. “Yes, please do enlighten me,” she responded, his ego likely soaring before crashing down at the unsparing takedown that followed in the second half of the tweet: “Email me at email@example.com.”
Unable to fathom that Thunberg not only doesn’t find his collection of expensive cars fascinating but also has zero interest in engaging in conversation with him in any capacity beyond calling out his SDE, the only response Tate was able to come up with was a question of disbelief: “How dare you?!”
Tate returned to Twitter more than twelve hours after he first responded to Thunberg, this time replying to the same tweet with a 2-minute long video completely missing the point of her insult. “Thank you for confirming via your email address that you have a small penis,” he captioned the video. “The world was curious. And I do agree you should get a life.”
There’s something to be said here about starting things that you can’t finish. Thunberg is currently heading into the 228th week of a climate strike she started in 2018 at the age of 15. Meanwhile, Tate couldn’t manage to keep his head afloat during a three-tweet exchange that he started himself – completely unprovoked – and thought he would find his solution in setting his camera up, wrapping himself in a Versace robe, and lighting a cigar while explaining why he doesn’t believe in global warming.
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Tate’s five-year suspension from Twitter clearly didn’t make anyone’s heart grow fonder in his absence. Maybe he’ll have better luck on getalife.com.
Editor’s Note: Andrew Tate and his brother, Tristan Tate, were detained on Dec. 29 in Romania on suspicion of human trafficking, rape, and forming an organized crime group.