- Andrew Tate recently livestreamed from a private jet on alternative social media platform, GETTR.
- Tate has been banned from most mainstream social media platforms due to misogynistic content.
- Tate told fans he feels like “everything’s better than it’s ever been” in the live stream.
Controversial influencer Andrew Tate posted a live tour of a private jet on August 26, saying he doesn’t “feel very canceled” after being banned from posting content on four mainstream social media platforms due to misogynistic content and hate speech.
“We’re doing big-boy jets now. This is how we’re flying, on big-boy private planes. Let me show you,” Tate said in the stream before filming a tour of the vehicle, which included a private bathroom and a double bed where he said he could easily have a “threesome on the plane.”
Tate, who appeared to be the only passenger on the flight, sat down on a chair inside the plane and said, “I don’t feel very canceled. In fact, I feel like everything’s better than it’s ever been,” before ending the three-minute video.
In recent months, Tate, who had millions of followers on YouTube and Instagram, has exploded in visibility and notoriety, as clips of him making violent comments about women have gone viral. He has received millions of followers and gained popularity among men’s rights activists and far-right influencers due to his promotion of hypermasculinity.
In various videos, he’s discussed hitting women, claimed he needs authority over women, and asserted that men and women are not equal. According to Metro, he also said on Twitter that he believes rape victims must “bear some responsibility” for putting themselves “in a position to be raped.” His account has since been suspended.
Tate has now been banned by social media companies Meta (which owns Facebook and Instagram), TikTok, and YouTube after several articles exposed his controversial remarks. Each platform cited violations of its community guidelines and content policies, including hate speech and misogynistic comments.
The influencer posted an hour-long “Final Message” to fans on Vimeo last week, where he addressed his social media bans by saying there are “no other male role models” that can lead men in a “positive direction.” He also said he thinks he could have become a “champion for women’s rights” if Instagram did not ban him.
Tate did not respond to Insider’s request for comment.