Andrew Tate Rumble: Andrew Tate posted a “Final message” to his Rumble followers on his personal account on August 23, 2022. He said that many of his comments that have been criticized for being sexist were “taken out of context.”
Tate’s video is an hour and thirteen minutes long, and it is just of him talking to a camera.
It comes after he was kicked off of Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and YouTube for using hate speech, which is against the rules of those sites.
Andrew Tate was born on December 14, 1986. He is a British-American kickboxer and an internet star.
Before his “Tate Speech” videos got him kicked off social media sites, he had more than 4.5 million Instagram followers and 600,000 YouTube subscribers. People watched more than 14 billion TikTok videos that used his hashtag.
Andrew Tate Rumble Username, Profile and Andrew Tate Rumble account
The Rumble username for Andrew Tate is @TateSpeech.
This link will take you straight to Andrew Tate’s Rumble profile: https://rumble.com/TateSpeech
On Rumble, a lot of his older YouTube videos are posted.
Over 300,000 people follow him on Rumble.
The CEO of Rumble, @chrispavlovski, explains why he decided to give Andrew Tate a platform after social media sites banned him completely.
When Andrew Tate posted his one-hour-and-thirteen-minute video “Andrew Tate’s Final Message” on Rumble, Rumble tweeted about it.
Top of this tweet: The CEO of Rumble replied,
“This Andrew Tate Rumble account is real, I can confirm that.
It is important to give people a place to speak freely.
We will do whatever it takes to protect free speech, whether we agree with what is said or not.
After that, Rumble downloads went through the roof, and the CEO of Rumble tweeted about it.