BANNED influencer Andrew Tate refused to apologise for his sexist views in an hour-long “final message” shared by his pal Jake Paul.
The disgraced former kickboxing champ was recently booted off YouTube, TikTok, Instagram and Facebook for demeaning comments about women.
Self-proclaimed ‘misogynist’ Andrew Tate said he’s not sorry for his sexist comments
Tate has been barred from TikTok, Youtube, Twitter, and FacebookCredit: Instagram
Now he has used YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul’s account to hit back at his ban from social media.
Instead of fessing up to his extreme views, Tate said he was “a victim of my own success” and doesn’t care if people hate him.
An unapologetic Tate said: “People are trying to find any little clip of anything I’ve ever said, remove all the tonality and blow it up to get views and be as controversial as possible.
“This has culminated in the media believing something about me that is so pertinently false, based on videos I have never made, purported, accelerated and advertised by people I don’t even know.
“I’ve become the No.1 villain on earth and I believe that is unjust.”
He said he receives up to 5,000 death threats every day but also receives messages of thanks from men.
“I have affected positively millions of people. And I am immensely proud of that, I truly am,” he said.
Jake Paul also defended the former Big Brother star’s right to free speech.
He captioned the video of Tate’s rant, which was released on Paul’s Twitter account: “I don’t roll with Andrew Tate. May KO his ass out in the ring one day soon.
“But I roll with freedom of speech. Andrew Tate speaks on the ban.”
Tate – who is from Luton but now lives in Romania – was booted off social media platforms following a storm over his derogative comments on women.
In 2016, Tate was removed from reality TV show Big Brother after video surfaced appearing to show him attacking a woman with a belt – footage he claimed was edited and the act of whipping consensual.
Tate was permanently banned from Twitter in 2017 after he said in response to the #MeToo movement that women who have been sexually assaulted should “bear some responsibility”.
In recent months Tate has been condemned for sharing his disturbing views to his millions of followers on other platforms.
TikTok videos of him have been viewed more than 11.6billion times.
Domestic abuse campaigners demanded TikTok remove him from the platform over his “extremely misogynistic” comments.
They raised concerns about the radicalisation of men and boys to copy him offline.
In a previous interview with another YouTuber, Tate admitted he was “absolutely a misogynist”.
Tate claimed he was “playing a comedic character” and that his videos had been “taken out of context”.
He said: “Internet sensationalism has purported the idea that I’m anti women when nothing could be further from the truth.
“This is simply hate mobs who are uninterested in the facts of the matter trying to personally attack me.
“I have nothing but positivity to spread regarding all PEOPLE, whether male OR female, and this has been reflected in all of my recent messaging and posts.”
The Instagram ban came after YouTuber Daz Black slammed “monster” Tate in a video showing the kickboxer’s misogynistic rants.
Daz, who has more than seven million subscribers on the platform, said he was recently approached by multiple women with alarming accusations against Tate.
He said he received “disturbing” videos he claimed show how Tate treats women and believes other men should treat women.
Tate was born in Luton but now lives in RomaniaCredit: Instagram
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