Andrew Tate saw a ground-breaking rise to fame throughout 2022, going from a red pill influencer to a global star with his brash demeanor and controversial views.
This has seen Tate be viewed on TikTok more than 11 billion times despite not having an account and becoming the most Googled person.
This level of influence has shaken both the media and world governments as Tate continues to spread his message of masculinity.
On December 29, 2022, Andrew Tate, his brother, and two employees were arrested for alleged human trafficking crimes. However, so far, the evidence has seemingly been falling apart as the Romanian police desperately search for any piece of evidence to prove their guilt.
Last week, Luana Radu, one of the four currently in jail, told the media it was a “fabricated case” and there is no evidence that crimes had taken place.
After a failed documentary by VICE that tried to expose Tate for his alleged crimes, now the world’s governments are getting involved to try and stop his influence.
Andrew Tate‘s influence and message have been so widespread that it has made its way to the UK government, as he was recently discussed by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak during a PMQ session.
The question was posed to the Prime Minister on how the government will help children that have been “radicalized” by Andrew Tate.
You can check out the full clip below.
Rishi Sunak has announced that the UK government will spend £2 billion on education to ‘re-educate children on Andrew Tate.’
The government must be extremely worried about Tate’s reach if they’re willing to spend billions to stop children from learning about traditional values and masculinity.
Considering the country is being crippled by a cost of living crisis, which is seeing food and energy reach an almost unsustainable level for many of its citizens, perhaps there are better ways to spend that £2 billion.
Andrew Tate, his brother Tristan, and two employees remain in jail in Romania following the December 29 arrest for human trafficking allegations. Following their appeal being denied on January 10, the accused will find out on January 29 whether their detainment will be extended.