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What is Andrew Tate’s Instagram, YouTube, or Twitter?

Andrew Tate has skyrocketed to fame on various social media platforms.

However, a lot of clips of him are posted by fan accounts.

These fan accounts are extremely dominant on TikTok—over 10 billion total views.

These accounts are posting clips of Andrew because most of them are promoting his course, Hustler’s University.

Despite his fame, not many people know what is Andrew Tate’s official social media platforms.

This is because he doesn’t promote them much.

In this article, you’ll learn what is Andrew Tate’s Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, and Twitch accounts.

Andrew Tate’s Instagram

Andrew Tate’s Instagram is https://www.instagram.com/cobratate/.

He has more than 4 million followers and over 700 posts.

Andrew is not new to Instagram as he’s been on it since 2014.

He recently started gaining more followers due to his rampant popularity on TikTok.

He went from 1 million to 4 million Instagram followers in less than 2 months.

When he hit 1 million followers, he posted this on his YouTube channel, “Onto the next battle. Reached 1m followers on Instagram. Was in the Gym. Don’t care”.

Followed by, “The work never stops. That’s why I’ve achieved so much, TATE doesn’t stop, I don’t have time to relish battles won, I’m focused on THE WAR”.

“I want the NEXT BATTLE. 10 million followers next. Then 100 million”.

“You’re witnessing the first battles as I conquer the entire internet”.

Andrew Tate’s YouTube

Andrew Tate YouTube

Andrew Tate’s official YouTube channel is https://www.youtube.com/c/TateSpeech/.

His secondary YouTube channel is https://www.youtube.com/c/TATEConfidential.

TateSpeech has over 1 million subscribers and it was created in 2018.

On the channel, he posts recordings of himself speaking about several topics.

The topics include money, fighting, networking, and more.

He’s live on the channel almost every day.

On Tate Confidential, Andrew used to upload vlogs about himself and his brother, Tristan.

The vlogs are about traveling, eating, partying, and more.

However, all of the videos on that channel were recently set to private due to an unknown reason.

You can still watch some of the vlogs on YouTube because there are a few channels reuploading them.

Does Andrew Tate have Twitter?

Andrew Tate Twitter

Andrew Tate’s official Twitter account is https://twitter.com/cobratate.

However, his Twitter account was banned after he posted multiple “insensitive” tweets.

All of his brand accounts were banned, including his brother’s and cousin’s Twitter.

Twitter also banned Andrew from making more accounts.

He once posted a tweet saying that “Depression isn’t real”.

However, it explained the context behind that tweet in multiple videos.

Apparently, he didn’t disregard depression as a real illness.

He gave an example saying that if someone says that they don’t want to go to the gym because they are depressed, they are depressed because they are not at the gym.

He goes on to say that he’ll never take antidepressants if he was depressed because they have adverse side effects.

Andrew also made fun of gamers and people who like anime on Twitter.

Andrew’s ban is not surprising because Twitter has a “left-leaning” bias, as “admitted” by the former Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey in a CNN interview.

It seems like freedom of speech, hate tweets, or controversial opinions are not entertained.

This is proven by Trump’s ban in 2021 after claiming that he was “glorifying violence” when he clearly had no intention of doing so.

Andrew Tate’s Twitch

Andrew Tate Twitch

Andrew Tate’s official Twitch is https://www.twitch.tv/tatespeech.

The channel has over 37,000 followers and is live almost every day.

They stream in the “Just Chatting” category where they talk about multiple topics.

The topics include money, masculinity, networking, and more.

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