Andrew Tate, arguably the most famous person in 2022 has been banned from almost every social media platform.
According to Fox News, Tate is dubbed the “Most censored man in the world“.
He was banned from Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and many other platforms.
Apparently, these platforms banned him despite numerous pieces of evidence that prove his innocence of “trafficking” and “misconduct”.
This not only eliminates free speech but it prevents people from making their own judgments.
However, the problem is that most of these platforms have their “biases” and “favorites”.
As a result, some users that ought to be banned are not—while others that are speaking the “truth” get censored.
Fortunately, as censored as Tate might seem, there are still platforms that advocate free speech like Rumble.
Andrew Tate’s Rumble profile
Andrew Tate’s Rumble profile is https://rumble.com/TateSpeech.
Sign up for Rumble here: https://referral.rumble.com/9jY4.
He uploaded a lot of his old YouTube videos and frequently goes live there.
His former YouTube channel, TateSpeech, was banned when it was close to a million subscribers.
Currently, he has about 300,000 subscribers on Rumble.
Tate’s first live stream on Rumble broke the record for the most watched stream on the platform with over 100,000 concurrent viewers.
The “Emergency Meeting” live stream has more than half a million views in total.
On the other hand, the video titled, “Andrew Tate’s Final Message”, has a quarter of a million views.
This shows that whatever platform Tate chooses to upload content on—his fans will follow.
Despite being banned from almost every social media platform, there is always another platform that he can use.
Hence, Tate can never be truly banned from the internet.
Why did Andrew Tate join Rumble?
Andrew Tate joined Rumble after being banned from almost every popular social media platform.
He joined the platform because it advocates free speech—unlike liberal-bias platforms like Twitter.
“One of the reasons why I’ve moved to Rumble is because I’ve had long conversations with senior management there”, Tate said.
“They’ve promised that I can make jokes without being destroyed and annihilated—which is quite refreshing”.
“So I very much look forward to continuing my legacy and work on Rumble”.
“And I know for a fact that my fans will come with me. And this is just the beginning of a mass exodus away from the influence of control by tech companies”.
Tate’s move to Rumble has skyrocketed the platform’s popularity.
The app has risen to the top of the App Store in multiple countries—beating Twitch, YouTube, Snapchat, and other social apps.
Rumble’s CEO defends Andrew Tate in an interview with Tucker Carlson, “We’re standing up for Rumble—it’s allowing people to say whatever they want, whether we agree or disagree with them”.
“This is a major moment in the tech world and how it plays out in the next 6 months is going to be very telling”.
“But we have major influences out there finally waking up to this and it’s now transcending politics”.