Andrew Tate Slams Parody News Account For Spreading ‘death Hoax’ About Him – Stars Obituary
Andrew Tate makes headlines for many reasons. However, this time he became the object of online jokes. He responded to it right away, as he dismissed the rumours.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Andrew Tate responds to rumors of his death circulating on Twitter
It seems Andrew Tate isn’t happy with copycat news sites spreading false rumors about his death.
Additionally, he expressed contempt for jokes about his death on his official Twitter account.
He wrote, “I don’t think the joke about my death is funny. Especially against an enemy like me.
He continued, “You should be careful about the negativity you bring into the universe, the negativity sticks to whoever spreads it.”
— Suspicious News (@SuspiciousNews) May 23, 2023
Meanwhile, rumors swirled after a spoof Twitter news account dubbed “Sus News” posted about Tate’s death.
Additionally, they claim that Tate tragically died during a fight with famous American YouTuber James Charles.
Charles is a 24-year-old makeup artist and beauty YouTuber. In addition, more than 23 million users subscribe to his YouTube channel. He also has over 21 million followers on his official Instagram account.
However, it’s unclear why the parody news account used Charles’ name alongside Tate’s. But they did say the 36-year-old former professional kickboxer was spotted lying on the floor with makeup on.
I don’t think the joke about my death is very funny.
Especially against an enemy like me.
You should be careful about the negativity you put into the universe, negativity will stick to whoever spreads it. ♥️
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) May 23, 2023
Andrew Tate’s house arrest extended by 30 days
On May 20, Andrew Tate revealed on his social media accounts that his and his brother Tristan Tate’s house arrest had been extended for another 30 days.
He mentioned, ‘Today I was ordered to stay under house arrest for another 30 days. I was not told why. Three months in the dungeon, now three months at home.
He added, ‘The police guard my house and if I leave they send me back to the dungeon. I don’t have a day free this year. I have not been charged with any crime.
Piers Morgan, on the other hand, shared a tweet expressing his contempt for Romanian authorities.
For the uninitiated, the British TV personality doesn’t appear to be too fond of the Tate brothers. Morgan often challenges the brothers’ controversial views in interviews on his show.
He said, ‘This is ridiculous. If the Romanian authorities had actual evidence of a crime, they would either prosecute him and his brother or release them.