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From xQc to HasanAbi: Streamers React to Andrew Tate Getting Reportedly Arrested in Romania Following His Reply to Swedish Activist Greta Thunberg

Published 12/30/2022, 10:00 AM EST

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Lately, the talk of the town was the Twitter war that was torched between famous climate activist Greta Thunberg and former kickboxer Andrew Tate after the latter tweeted about his cars and their emissions while tagging her. However, it seems that a recent reply of his to the climate activist led him to get detained in Romania.

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To give a recap, Tate recently tagged Thunberg and tweeted about the cars and their emissions with an appeal to send the collection of cars to her email address. To this, Thunberg gave a reply which led to the community declaring her to have won the “war.” One can see the tweet below:


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Following this, Tate tweeted a short clip as a reply which landed him into trouble. After a close observation of the tweet’s video, his location was revealed leading him to get detained in Romania along with his brother Tristan Tate. As per the media outlet BBC, he was detained as a part of a human trafficking investigation.

Streamers react to Andrew Tate getting detained in Romania

As tweeted by the account Pop Crave, “Andrew Tate reportedly inadvertently tipped off Romanian authorities of his presence in Romania with his response video to Greta Thunberg. The pizza boxes shown in the video are from Romanian chain Jerry’s Pizza.” 

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Moreover, streamers like xQc, Ludwig, and KSI reacted to the news. xQc was shocked as he received the news while streaming. Moreover, he exclaimed, “Wait lots of pizza box. Wait a minute, actually lots a pizza box and ain’t no way. they acted that fast. Chat, technically though I’m confused there’s no shot that they were just waiting for something. And then that was the go signal to get in there.


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Moreover, Ludwig tweeted, “this might be the best thing to come from twitter this year,” while tagging a tweet informing about the situation. One can see his tweet below:

Twitch streamer HasanAbi is popularly known for discussing political and social affairs in his streams. In the past, he had also stated his views about Tate and also tweeted about the present situation. He said, “everytime this dude goes against someone who pushes back even slightly, he ends up making an absolute fool of himself and experiences severe repercussions.”

Influencer-turned-boxer KSI, who has been seen exchanging words with Tate on Twitter, shared his comments. He said, “Andrew Tate snitched on himself after getting ratio’d by Greta Thunberg.”

Moreover, Asmongold, who is a renowned streamer known to talk about global events in his streams also brought forward his comments. He said, “Very upset about Andrew Tate getting arrested, I’ve been farming him for content for months and now it might finally be over. The silver lining at least is that maybe I’ll be able to livestream the trial”

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Therefore, these were the reactions of the streamers and influencers who reacted to the news of Tate getting detained. For being on track with the news on is advised to wait for any updates from official authorities.

What was your reaction to this news? Do let us know in the comments below.


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Astitava Kaushik

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Astitava Kaushik is an eSports writer at EssentiallySports. He holds a Master's degree in Media and Communication studies. Throughout the years, he has developed a knack for writing and deems to explore the skill in the eSports field, with games like Valorant, FIFA, and Call of Duty holding a very special place in his heart.

Edited By: Gideon Mathson