Andrew Tate live streams from a private jet to 90,000 followers on his new social media account after being banned on Instagram and TikTok

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The controversial figure showed off his lavish private jet whilst stating that he didn’t feel “canceled.”

Andrew Tate has once again returned to social media,  this time he is using the platform GETTR.

GETTR is a new social media platform that was founded by Jason Miller, a former Donald Trump aid.

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Their website describes GETTR as: “A brand new social media platform founded on the principles of free speech, independent thought and rejecting political censorship and ‘cancel culture’.”

Andrew, who has been posting several times on the site over the past couple of days, has already amassed 90,000 followers on the platform.

On 31 August he wrote: “I genuinely cannot fathom a world view of a man who doesn’t want to be powerful.”

Andrew has been posting about his luxury life on GETTR. Andrew has been posting about his luxury life on GETTR.
Andrew has been posting about his luxury life on GETTR. | @cobratate on GETTR

On 28 August he posted: “I thought I was cancelled?

“So how am I on a 75 million dollar yacht with 30 beauty queens.

“Turns out nobody can cancel Top G.”

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On 27 August he said: “Cancel culture is so effective because every single ‘man’ with a platform is a coward.”

GETTR allows users to go live similar to other social platforms such as Instagram and TikTok.

Andrew has been using the new platform GETTR to share his views. Photo: @thesartorialshooter on GETTRAndrew has been using the new platform GETTR to share his views. Photo: @thesartorialshooter on GETTR
Andrew has been using the new platform GETTR to share his views. Photo: @thesartorialshooter on GETTR | Photo: @thesartorialshooter on GETTR

On 26 August Andrew used this feature to show off a private jet that he was travelling on.

During the video he said : “We’re doing big-boy jets now.

“This is how we’re flying, on bi-boy private planes.

“I don’t feel very cancelled. In fact, I feel like everything’s better than it’s ever been.”

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This follows Andrew appearing on TikTok earlier in the week.

TikTok removed his ability to post following the likes of Instagram, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, but that has not stopped videos of Tate from popping up on users For You Page’s.

Footage of the kickboxer has been uploaded on an account named @barukic, with a new video showing the controversial influencer on a yacht speaking to a group of men.

Tate can be heard talking to the crowd in the video, saying: “I’m on Rumble now guys. Go to Rumble.com. Find me on there.

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Tate has resurfaced on a video sharing website called Rumble.Tate has resurfaced on a video sharing website called Rumble.
Tate has resurfaced on a video sharing website called Rumble. | @cobratate on Instagram

“I’ll be in Croatia for a week. So follow me on Rumble and I’ll put on Rumble where I’m going to be for any parties and you guys can come.”

Tate also encouraged the crowd to chant “f*** Instagram” to which they enthusiastically obliged.

The video has amassed 860,000 likes and has been watched five million times.

Rumble is an online video platform that advertises itself as a rival of YouTube.

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Tate has made an account on Rumble called TateSpeech, which has already racked up over 380,000 subscribers.

His latest video was posted on 28 August and was titled ‘The Different Types of Losers’ - it has over 119,000 views.

Tate is resurfacing just weeks after he was banned from social media giants Facebook and Instagram.

Meta (who owns both platforms) banned the influencer after they stated that he had breached their rules around dangerous organisations or individuals.

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He recently blew up on social media after videos of his controversial opinions went viral - he gained 11.6 billion views across various platforms.

Tate was banned from many social media platforms due to his damaging views. Tate was banned from many social media platforms due to his damaging views.
Tate was banned from many social media platforms due to his damaging views. | Getty Images

Tate appeared on multiple podcasts and YouTube channels in recent months which only further spread his message.

His views have been described as “misogynistic” and his influence on a young male audience has been viewed as “concerning”.

Tate first rose to fame after appearing on Big Brother in 2016. He was removed from the show, after a video of him attacking a woman with a belt surfaced online.

Since then he has founded Hustler’s University, which is a training course that promises to teach people how to gain wealth in areas such as cryptocurrency and dropshipping.

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