Andrew Tate Commits To $100 Million Donation To Defend Men’s Rights

While incarcerated in Romania, Andrew Tate has sent yet another update. This information relates to the donations he promised to make.

The trial for “Cobra” Tate, defending himself against bogus accusations, has been going on for one month in Romania. The Romanian authorities are holding the Tate brothers in detention on suspicion of human trafficking. Tristan Tate and Andrew Tate have both entered not-guilty pleas to the charges and are awaiting trial.

Tate’s attorney expressed displeasure with his living circumstances while maintaining that the brothers had not yet been prosecuted in an interview with Piers Morgan:

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Since someone from Andrew Tate’s staff is managing his account and is likely getting to communicate with him frequently, Andrew Tate still keeps up a social media presence. Whether the Tate brothers deserve what is happening to them, Twitter is divided.

Andrew Tate has reaffirmed that he and his brother had been wrongfully accused numerous times since his imprisonment. The Tate brothers assert that “The Matrix” is out for their blood and will stop at nothing to prevent them from reaching the world with their message.

Andrew Tate Commits To $100 Million Donation To Defend Men's Rights
Andrew Tate Commits To $100 Million Donation To Defend Men’s Rights

In a recent tweet, “Cobra” cautioned males to be wary of being falsely accused: Andrew Tate has been tweeting about his living circumstances and asserting that the Romanian government is not treating him like a typical prisoner. He tweeted about his downfall in a post:

In viral videos of the Tate brothers being transferred, “Cobra” Tate can be seen sporting short hair rather than his clean bald head. Fans appear to think they are being treated unfairly and unfairly in prison.

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