Andrew Tate closes Hustlers University after his big social media ban

Andrew Tate has shut down Hustlers University only twenty-four hours after being banned from social media platforms TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook.

Published Aug 22, 2022 2:07 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Sep 13 2022 7:21 AM CDT
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Prominent influencer Andrew Tate has decided to close his money-making affiliate marking scheme Hustlers University only a day after being banned from his main social media platforms.

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The kickboxer turned internet superstar has been making content on the internet for quite some time, but recently went viral on TikTok and Instagram following a massive content push into Hustler's University. Tate's content, primarily directed at young men, was seen as controversial, with many of his ideas and beliefs being interpreted as misogynistic or offensive. Despite the controversy, Hustler's University, a Tate-run program that teaches members how to make money, gained more than 100,000 members paying $49.99 a month.

Tate's step into major fame came through Hustler's University as members were encouraged to make content of Tate to post onto social media new social media channels, with each member getting a referral cut for signing up new people to Hustler's University. Members reported that this was one of the best ways to make money inside of Hustler's University and was the main reason Tate quickly became a superstar without even having his own TikTok account.

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Now, Meta has announced that it has banned Tate from Facebook and Instagram, citing a violation of policies of dangerous organizations and individuals and hate speech. A TikTok spokesperson told Insider that Tate and his content will be removed from the platform because "misogyny is a hateful ideology that is not tolerated on TikTok". Adding that, TikTok is currently performing an investigation into his content.

Tate told UK newspaper Mirror that old videos of him have been taken out of context and that he was "playing a comedic character". Adding that the tech giants that own these platforms are "bowing to pressure" and "ignoring" the good deeds he has done, citing that over the last two weeks, he has "dedicated over $1 million to charities supporting women. I posted this on Instagram, but Instagram ignored it."

Tate also went on to say, "Internet sensationalism has purported the idea that I am 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."

Tate is now launching Hustlers University 3.0, with the website reading:

"Hustler's University 2.0 is currently closed due to a massive platform upgrade. However, once the countdown hits zero, HU3 will be released. The first comers will lock in a $49.99 monthly membership fee FOREVER. When the limited spots are sold out, the price to enroll in HU3 will increase. Join us and experience the future of learning."

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