‘Hell of a Twist’- Serena Williams’ Husband Alexis Ohanian Reacts as Greta Thunberg Destroys Andrew Tate on Twitter

Serena Williams‘ husband Alexis Ohanian frequently uses his social media platform to discuss social and political topics happening all around the globe. Notably, the recent arrest of the American-British personality, Andrew Tate responding to a teenager’s social media post has caught Ohanian’s attention. further took to his social media to react to Swedish activist, Greta Thunberg’s feud with Tate on social media.

Greta Thunberg involved in an online feud with Andrew Tate.

The news of the arrest of the American-British personality took a slew of people by surprise. What surprised them more was the 19 years old girl’s social media post that led to Andrew Tate’s arrest in Romania. The Swedish activist, Greta Thunberg was involved in an online feud with the former kickboxer.

How did the feud start?

It all started when the social media personality sarcastically bragged about his luxurious collection of cars including Bugatti and Ferrari 812. Tate also tagged the Swedish teenager in order to address her about the same.

Tate's Tweet.

Thunberg took note and she further slammed Tate with a blunt response.

How did the Romanian authorities arrest Andrew Tate?

Tate revealed his whereabouts as a pizza box from a Romanian pizza chain was spotted in the video clip he posted to fire back at Greta. Tate was involved in legal troubles on the suspicion of human trafficking, the Romanian authorities needed proof that he was there in the country. As a result, they reportedly used the American-British personality’s video in order to confirm his whereabouts in Romania. 

Alexis Ohanian took note of the same and he further reacted to Thunberg’s feud with Tate.

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