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Andrew Tate is back on Twitter! TopG served 5 years and was released for good behavior

Andrew Tate
August 3, 2023

It really happened. Andrew Tate has risen again. After 5 years-ban Andrew’s Twitter account CobraTate is back online.

The cause for the ban was Tate’s comment about the #MeToo movement, where he criticized the victims during the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse cases. After Twitter, this summer CobraTate was also banned from TikTok, Instagram and YouTube, leaving Andrew only Rumble and Gettr for public presence and reach. He was declared a notorious misogynist.

Andrew is not the only one who got punished. Remember Sneako, or the drama with Carlos Rodriguez, former G2 CEO? They both felt social media outrage just because of connections with the controversial Tate.

However, just two days ago, Elon Musk decided differently. To the joy of many fans Elon restored Tate’s account, and Cobra showed gratitude.

“I’am TopG, but Elon Musk is TopE” tweeted Andrew.

And just in 24 hours Tate got over a million followers. Apparently the public missed him. Andrew celebrated his comeback with a post that read, “Mastery is a funny thing. It’s almost as if, on a long enough time scale, losing simply isn’t an option.”

Of course, there are the other comments, who disagree with the influencer's comeback. And not only from the female part of the public. There are also negative comments regarding Elon’s new moves on the platform.

Obviously negative publicity never bothered the former kickboxer champion, as he knows how to get the public's attention and make the most of it.

This comeback happened at the right moment for Cobra. Beside Hustler University and the War Room, Andrew is launching The Real World or as he says “step two of his 3-step plan.“

Why did Elon Musk rehabilitate CobraTate?

On 18 November 2022, new Twitter CEO Elon Musk, made public his intention to reform the platform as a global news source "by the people, for the people" enabling freedom of speech.

By that, Elon actually meant the unbanning of multiple controversial figures.  And just like that, we have again Andrew Tate, Dr. Jordan Peterson, Kathie Griffin, Babylon Bee, and former President Donald J Trump. Who knows who will be next! 

In Twitter's new policy, Musk described reforms something like: “freedom of speech” is  not the same as  "freedom of reach."

"Negative/hate tweets will be max deboosted & demonetized, so no ads or other revenue to Twitter. You won’t find the tweet unless you specifically seek it out, which is no different from rest of Internet," Elon tweeted.

Terms like "censorship" and "freedom of speech" have always been subject to misinterpretation, abuse etc. It seems that people have yet to come to a consensus on how to regulate these concepts and how to define the boundary for controversial content.

Meanwhile, Andrew Tate will profit in every way he can from this situation, leaving his haters behind, provoking them with his lavish lifestyle and successful businesses.