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Company That Offered $100 Million to Joe Rogan Welcomes Andrew Tate With Open Arms Following Social Media Ban

Published 08/20/2022, 7:30 AM EDT

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Social media aficionados woke up to the news of their favorite ‘Alpha’, Andrew Tate, being banned from social media platforms. It was reported that Instagram and Facebook took the decision following Tate’s controversial and highly problematic views. Meanwhile, it seems like the online media platform, Rumble, wishes to welcome him with open arms.


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Tate was previously banned by Twitter for his contentious views on victims of abuse. In fact, he had stated that the victims should ‘bear responsibility’ for the same.

In the same vein, his Instagram account with over 4.7 million followers was recently banned. Notably, the numbers had grown from 1 million followers in June, after Tate gained notoriety.

Meta revealed that Tate had violated its policies on dangerous organizations and people. However, Meta is yet to provide more information on the issue.

Rumble took to social media to announce that they wish to give Tate a platform. Moreover, the platform also mentioned that they do not believe in shutting down opinions.

Andrew Tate was not the only one supported by Rumble

It is worth noting that Rumble has also extended their support to many other celebrities. In fact, American podcaster Joe Rogan even received an offer to bring his podcast over to the platform.

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At that time, Rogan was embroiled in controversy with the streaming platform, Spotify. Moreover, the massive public outcry against Rogan for spreading misinformation about Covid-19 is said to have paved the way for the same.


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Additionally, he was also asked to remove around 70 episodes of ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ for the usage of offensive words.


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Meanwhile, the CEO of Rumble, Chris Pavlovski, posted a letter on Twitter, making Rogan an offer. Talking about the offer, he said, “So we’d like to offer you 100 million reasons to make the world a better place. How about you bring all your shows to Rumble, both old and new, with no censorship?”

However, Rogan declined the offer, while also pledging his allegiance to Spotify.


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Joshua Ben Joseph

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Joshua Ben Joseph is a Boxing writer for EssentiallySports. He started his career as an editorial cartoonist and holds a BFA degree with a specialization in Animated Filmmaking and Screenwriting from AISFM, Hyderabad. An avid lover of boxing history, Joshua believes his writing extends his lifelong adoration for combat sports.

Edited By: Ajinkya Aswale