Andrew Tate, a controversial figure known for his background in kickboxing and legal troubles, has surprised many by extending a proposition to entrepreneur Elon Musk.
Tate, who was banned from Meta's platforms for violating their policies, has offered to train Musk in preparation for his highly anticipated clash with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
"Meta banned me everywhere for telling the truth about vaccines. But now we can restore honor with a strike at the enemy clan's leader," Tate wrote in a Twitter post.
"I will train you @elonmusk. You will not lose."
Despite his controversial past, Tate sees this as an opportunity for redemption and vengeance against the platform that banned him from expressing his views on vaccines.
The rivalry between Musk and Zuckerberg has been brewing behind closed doors for years. However, it recently reached new heights when Meta-owned Instagram announced plans to launch a text-based social media platform directly competing with Twitter.
In response, Musk publicly challenged Zuckerberg to a "cage match," and Zuckerberg swiftly accepted, igniting excitement for an epic showdown between the two tech billionaires. "I’m sure Earth can’t wait to be exclusively under Zuck’s thumb with no other options," Musk responded.
In response to Musk's challenge, Zuckerberg used his site Instagram and wrote, "Send Me Location."
Taking to Twitter, Andrew Tate, a well-known social media influencer notorious for his controversial views, offered his assistance to Musk. He expressed a desire to restore honor by striking at the leader of the opposing "clan," referring to Zuckerberg.
Despite his troubled history and an ongoing criminal investigation involving charges of operating a sex trafficking business and alleged abuse against women, Tate offered to train Musk and assured him of victory.
Before his legal troubles, Andrew Tate gained recognition as a light-heavyweight kickboxing champion. However, his career took a dark turn, leading to his arrest and subsequent release from a Bucharest jail after three months.
He and his brother, Tristan Tate, are currently under investigation for charges including human trafficking, rape, and forming a criminal gang to exploit women. Tate's ban from Meta's platforms in August resulted from his violation of the company's policies on dangerous organizations and individuals.
As the rivalry between Musk and Zuckerberg intensified, Musk publicly called out Zuckerberg on Twitter, challenging him to a "cage match." Zuckerberg, in turn, responded on his platform, Instagram, accepting the challenge with the simple message, "Send Me Location."
While Andrew Tate offered his training services to Musk, the former Twitter CEO has yet to respond.
Andrew Tate, a controversial figure with a background in kickboxing and ongoing legal troubles, has extended an offer to train Elon Musk for his highly anticipated clash with Mark Zuckerberg.
Despite his controversial past and ongoing criminal investigation, Tate believes that assisting Musk in his fight against Zuckerberg presents an opportunity for redemption. However, it remains uncertain whether Musk will accept Tate's offer as the rivalry between these prominent tech billionaires continues to unfold.