Is Andrew Tate a Femboy?

Andrew Tate is one of the latest Internet sensations. In a short time, he’s racked up a massive following, including a couple of millions of Twitter followers. A slew of organisations have called upon social media giants such as Facebook, YouTube and Instagram to ban the man. As it turns out, they’ve been reticent to do so, despite some impressive content.

For example, it’s hard to believe that the TikTok website has been actively promoting content by and starring Tate. The platform said it took misogyny seriously, but it’s not clear whether it’s doing a bang up job on the misogyny that matters. It’s also unclear if any of the many copycat accounts have been banned.

Despite the fact that Andrew Tate was banned from several platforms, he is still active on Instagram and Twitch. And his content has seen a spike in popularity in recent weeks. He’s also earned the title of’most searched for celebrity’ on Google. Considering he’s a self-described male self-help guru, it’s not surprising that many people are interested in his life. His content has also attracted more than 11.6 billion views, more than any other celebrity in history.

While the hype isn’t all that surprising, it’s been a surprising turn of events that a young man with no discernable talent or background has soared to the heights of internet fame. He’s been a household name in Britain since winning the big prize at the Big Brother house back in 2016, where he met arch-Brexiter Nigel Farage and former chess master Stephen Yaxley-Lennon. Some have even gone as far to say Tate is the next big thing.

Nonetheless, the big question remains: is Andrew Tate’s femboyantics really that big a deal? After all, do all his videos really stand the test of time? And if he’s really that good at it, why do so few men and women actually listen to his advice? Even those who do might not be the best candidates for his brand of “self-help” advice.

Although Andrew Tate has yet to come forward with any specific claims, he has cited his visit to the UK as a reason to leave. However, he hasn’t been found to have any serious criminal activity, as reported by NBC News. Moreover, his sexy-ness was a big ole sexy-moment at the time, according to Tate’s publicist, Mike Stuchbery. Whether or not Tate is guilty of any criminal activity, it’s unlikely he’ll ever see his family again. That’s not to mention the tens of millions of pounds he’s amassed on TikTok, which could have been better spent on a career change.

To put it into perspective, Tate’s video of the week reached a staggering 12.5 million views – more than many celebrities. Meanwhile, the video of the month garnered a whopping 1.7 million views – but it’s unclear how many of those viewers were actually clicking on it. Similarly, the video of the day is unlikely to earn him the same number of YouTube views.