After Twitter, influencer Andrew Tate banned from TikTok, Facebook, Instagram. Here's why

Four-time world kickboxing champion Andrew Tate has reportedly been banned by social media giants like Facebook, Instagram and TikTok.

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The controversial internet-influenced and self-described 'success coach' was earlier permanently banned from Twitter for his alleged inaccurate videos.

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According to media reports, Meta has said that Andrew Tate was banned from their platforms for violating policies classified under "dangerous organizations and individuals".

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Andrew Tate became an overnight internet sensation after he was fired from reality show Big Brother after videos of him beating a female contestant surfaced.

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Having gained unmatched internet fame, the former kickboxer has faced constant criticism for her controversial views on feminism, patriarchy, misogyny and sexism.

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However, Tate continued to make considerable presence on social media to this day, with the video making him view billions of times on the platform. Andrew Tate has 4.7 million followers on Instagram.

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A TikTok spokesperson confirmed that the platform has also banned Tate. The spokesperson reiterated that the evil practice is a dangerous ideology and will not be tolerated on TikTok.

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As reported, TikTok is also working on removing videos curated by other accounts, including those in which Tate has to propagate views that "violate guidelines" of the platform.

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