The influencer has built a huge online following in recent years – but is also a self-proclaimed misogynist.
The social media personality, who said women should "bear responsibility" for being raped, has found a foothold with boys as young as nine.
Big Brother has only been back on our telly for a week but its already been dogged with another controversy to last a lifetime, with producers removing Andrew Tate from the house on Monday. Taking to his Facebook account earlier today, Andrew uploaded a video of himself in a car with a bag stuffed with, allegedly, £100,000 cash.
It’s been a week since this year’s Big Brother housemates moved into their new humble abode (with launch night kicking off on June 7), and what a first week it’s been. From Victoria Jensen walking out, to Marco Pierre White Jnr and Laura Carter getting x-rated, Big Brother has seen it all - Or so we thought, until producers made the decision to REMOVE Andrew Tate from the house. On Monday (June 13), Big Brother announced that, days after he’d won his way into the main house after initially entering as an ‘Other’, Andrew was being kicked out.
Big Brother’s Andrew Tate may lose his place in the house after his racist and homophobic tweets have been exposed. The Chicago native – who claims to be ‘the most intelligent person in the house’ – is currently residing in the ‘Others’ compound, alongside Ryan Ruckledge, Hughie Maughan, Charlie Doherty, Jayne Connery and Natalie Rowe, but his days might be numbered. It has been revealed that the 29-year-old kickboxing champion sent abusive messages to Cheryl over her marriage to footballer Ashley Cole in 2012.