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Controversial British-American Internet personality and former kickboxer Andrew Tate appears to have been banned from Twitter.

Yesterday the Cobratate Twitter account posted: “Simply losing is not an option. This is the path of five steps.”

In August 2022, Andrew Tate was banned from several social media accounts including Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok due to some controversial comments online, with many suggesting he was misogynistic. This is a claim Tate denies.

Andrew Tate was actually banned from Twitter five years ago, but appears to have had the ban lifted by Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk.

Elon Musk has also publicly unbanned Kathy Griffin, Jordan Peterson and the satirical account The Babylon Bee, Twitter’s new policy is ‘free speech but not free reach’ and negative/hate tweets will be ‘max deboosted and demonetised’ said it would

He is also currently doing a poll asking whether Donald Trump should be reinstated on Twitter. At the time of writing, it has garnered around 10 million votes with 52.3% in favor and 47.7% against.

In September, Carlos ‘ocelote’ Rodríguez, former founder and CEO of European esports giant G2, left the organization following a storm around a video in which he appeared with Andrew Tate, and Riot Games later suspended Carlos.

Over the past month, Andrew Tate has appeared on Piers Morgan’s show in a series of interviews that give insight into why he was banned and his personality.

Some in esports condemned Tate for his views and actions, while others objected to his ban.

Elon Musk and Twitter have been dominating the tech news headlines for the past few weeks, and Musk has made sweeping changes to the company, including the introduction of a paid Twitter Blue service and layoffs from large parts of the business.

He gave employees the choice to join “high-intensity long hours” or leave the company, some saying many key employees have left and Twitter’s future is uncertain.

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