“So the charity has to wait until you dead?”- Twitter Lashes out At Andrew Tate Following $100 Million Promise

Published 02/06/2023, 8:45 AM EST

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A recent tweet from Andrew Tate has once again sparked a huge debate on social media. Andrew Tate, a former kickboxer, and his brother Tristan Tate were detained in Romania for over a month on suspicion of various charges including human trafficking. The older Tate brother has been sending out tweets claiming his innocence and expressing discomfort with his situation. In a recent tweet, he shared that he has “updated his will”. He also added that he will be donating $100 million to start a charity.

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The situation has generated widespread interest and reaction among his followers and fans on social media. Some have expressed sympathy and support for Tate, while others have criticized his behavior and questioned his claims of innocence.

Andrew Tate’s controversial charity pledge

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Andrew Tate shared that he will be donating $100 million to start a charity to protect men from false accusations. Tate’s tweet was met with a mix of reactions from his followers and fans. Some praised his generosity, while others were skeptical and believed that the donation is unlikely to happen. There were also comments that criticized his behavior and called for him to accept the consequences of his actions.

One person sarcastically called Tate “very noble”. He called out the fact that the charity has to wait until Tate is dead.

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One person showed his disbelief that Tate would donate the money to the charity.

Another person pointed out that there is some audio evidence that proves the accusation. The person further asked him to just accept the consequences.

However, there were also some people who came in support of the Tate brothers. One such person wrote that if there are no charges filed, then the authorities should not be allowed to keep the brothers in custody.

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Another person voiced his support, saying that even though they don’t agree with Andrew, they still believe that the detention of the Tate brothers is unacceptable.

The mixed views of people on the matter do seem interesting. For now, it seems that most people are either in full support of Tate or in total opposition.

Andrew Tate’s ongoing battle with the Romanian justice system

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Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan have been in jail in Romania for over a month now. Even though he is in jail, he is still active on social media and posts updates about his situation. It is not clear how he can use a phone or computer inside the prison, but someone outside may be posting updates for him.

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Andrew talks about how hard it is in jail and mentions things like flies and other bugs being his only company. He also doesn’t like the way the justice system works in Romania and thinks it’s unfair. People are paying attention to his case and wondering what’s next for ‘Top G’. Many are still holding off from having any opinions regarding the situation. They are waiting to see how the situation develops further. Tate previously called out many such people as ‘cowards’.

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What are your opinions on the matter? Do share with us in the comments.

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Chirag Radhyan

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Chirag Radhyan is a Boxing Writer at EssentiallySports. He has a Bachelor’s degree in English Honors and is a keen follower of Western Boxing. His journey of love for the sport bloomed in his puberty when he first saw a video of the fight where Mike Tyson TKO'ed Donovan in the seventh round.
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