Andrew Tate Commits To $100 Million Donation To Defend Men’s Rights!

The sexist influencer Andrew Tate, accused of rape and human trafficking in Romania, said again on Sunday that “The Matrix” or someone else will try to murder him. On December 29 of last year, Tate, his brother, and two other people were detained on suspicion of human trafficking.

According to Reuters, the prosecution claims they “appear to have constructed an organized crime gang with the objective of recruiting, housing, and exploiting women by compelling them to produce pornographic content.”

Tate and the others refute the accusations, and he has continued to do so on Twitter even after being imprisoned. Tate wrote on Twitter on Sunday, “I updated my will from prison.” “I’m giving $100 million to fund a charity to defend men against unfounded claims.” A staff member is probably sending out Tate’s tweets, but Insider has noted that Tate could still have access to a phone and tweet from it.

“I updated my will from prison. I will be donating 100 million to start a charity to protect men from false accusations.”

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 I will donate 100 million to start a charity to protect men from false accusations.

— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) February 5, 2023

The Romanian authorities are holding the Tate brothers in detention on suspicion of human trafficking. Tristan Tate and Andrew Tate have both entered not-guilty pleas to the charges and are awaiting trial.

Tate’s attorney expressed displeasure with his living circumstances while maintaining that the brothers had not yet been prosecuted in an interview with Piers Morgan:

“They are controversial public figures, but that’s not a crime, and at this point, we’ve not been provided any proof that they’ve committed any crimes, nor have they even been charged. So I would ask that people presume them innocent as they are.”

Since someone from Andrew Tate’s staff is managing his account and is likely getting to communicate with him frequently, Andrew Tate still keeps up a social media presence. Whether the Tate brothers deserve what is happening to them, Twitter is divided.

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Andrew Tate Advises Men Not To Be “Afraid” of Being Falsely Accused

Andrew Tate has reaffirmed that he and his brother had been wrongfully accused numerous times since his imprisonment. The Tate brothers assert that “The Matrix” is out for their blood and will stop at nothing to prevent them from reaching the world with their message. In a recent tweet, “Cobra” cautioned males to be wary of being falsely accused:

“Millions of men across the planet are falsely accused, and no one gives a f**k. This could be you. Be afraid.”

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Additionally, Andrew Tate has been tweeting about his living circumstances and asserting that the Romanian government is not treating him like a typical prisoner. He tweeted about his downfall in a post:

“Bugattis and private jets. Eastern block Solitary confinement. The highest highs and lowest lows. But every day, I smile and thank god because my brother is still alive. Nothing else matters.” 

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In viral videos of the Tate brothers being transferred, “Cobra” Tate can be seen sporting short hair rather than his clean bald head. Fans appear to think they are being treated unfairly and unfairly in prison.

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