Who is Andrew Tate
Former kickboxer and highly controversial influencer Andrew Tate has announced his conversion to Islam. The de-platformed influencer previously described Islam as the last true religion in the world and has now confirmed that he is Muslim himself.
Tate, a self-described “success coach” who is known for his radical beliefs on gender relations, encouraged Christians who “believe in good” to convert to Islam as well. He preached
Andrew Tate and His Convertion
Despite being deplatformed, Tate’s views can still be found circulating across social media. He even managed to land a recent TV interview with English journalist Piers Morgan, who has been willing to give him and other provocateurs a platform in the past.
Recently, Tate was reportedly spotted in Dubai with former MMA fighter Tam Khan. In a video that made its way onto social media, Khan appeared to be teaching Tate about Salah, or Prayer, one of the five core pillars of Islam.
Today, Andrew Tate made a statement on one of his few remaining social media accounts, confirming that he is Muslim and encouraging Christians who support his message to convert.
He previously stated in an appearance on the Full Send Podcast that he believes Islam to be the last true religion. He claimed that it’s the only faith where its core tenants are still respected by followers. Tate opined
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Andrew Tate’s prominence
Most of the world has heard of Tate and his beliefs by now, as he surpassed former U.S. President Donald Trump and Kim Kardashian combined in terms of Google searches in July.
The infamous influencer’s message was spread in clips posted on social media sites like Instagram and TikTok, eventually finding himself in a livestream debate with popular Twitch streamers Adin Ross, Trainwreck and xQc. When the lattermost challenged his polarizing beliefs, Tate angrily left the Discord call. The stream went viral, propelling the former kickboxer to the forefront of the public consciousness.
As public outrage surrounding Andrew Tate and his controversial messages grew, many large social media companies banned him from their platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and YouTube.