Andrew Tate has continued with his Twitter rant trends while he is allegedly behind bars in Romania. In a comparison that can only be deemed bizarre, the self-proclaimed misogynist has put himself on the same pedestal as Nobel Peace prize winners Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King Jr.
Tate yet again referred to ‘Real World’ as opposed to ‘The Matrix’, which according to him is designed to enslave us. ‘Cobra’ then hinted at his imprisonment being similar to those of Mandela and Dr. Luther King Jr. The former kickboxer wrote on Twitter:
“Scammers and demons walk amongst you. The Matrix is designed to promote an ideology that makes you weak, poor, and alone. Negative influences are promoted and paraded to weaken you. While empowering influences get locked in a cell. Martin Luther King Jr. Nelson Mandela.”
Tate also took a dig at his arch enemy Logan Paul, labeling him a scammer. ‘Cobra’ wrote:
“The Real World has successfully financially freed too many people, it has woken too many people up to the truth about money. Scammers like Logan Paul WEAKEN men, this is why he is so widely promoted. Scammers and Demons are let loose and paraded.”
Is Andrew Tate still in jail?
Andrew Tate is currently in jail on charges of rape and human trafficking. Tate and his brother, Tristan, were initially detained along with two other individuals in Romania on December 29.
The Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT), the agency investigating the case, requested for the detention to be extended for 30 days while the investigation continues. A judge at the Bucharest Tribunal granted the extension and all four accused lost an appeal against the ruling.
Andrew Tate has since allegedly been in custody, although he inexplicably has access to Twitter along with an internet connection. Questions have been raised about the authencity of the imprisonment, although ‘Cobra’ recently complained about horrific prison conditions. The former kickboxer has also accused Romanian authorities of trying to steal his cars and money.
Meanwhile, Tate and his brother have been accused of recruiting their victims by falsely claiming to want a relationship or marriage and subsequently forcing them to produce pornographic content.