Famous podcaster and UFC commentator Joe Rogan discussed Andrew Tate’s situation on his podcast. Rogan believes Tate would be safe if he simply didn’t become misogynist.
Controversial influencer Andrew Tate made headlines after several big social media banned him from their platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. The guy is famous for his statements regarding gender, women, business, and class.
However, most of his statements were also quite misogynistic. This leads to many social media platforms to permanently remove Tate for his inflammatory opinions on women. But the British-American is still active on Youtube.
Recently, Joe Rogan weighed in on Tate’s situation on his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience. During the recent episode, Rogan admired Tate’s personality but his blatant misogyny.
“Look, part of it is like a character, and part of it, he’s a legit world champion kickboxer, who’s a hard man, who doesn’t buy any p***y bulls**t. And that’s what’s resonating with young people. The worry is that kids are going to listen to him because he’s big on TikTok.” Rogan said.
Andrew Tate was a professional kickboxer back then and was popular with the nickname ‘King Cobra’. He won the ISKA Full Contact Cruiserweight championship in England. The 35-year-old retired from kickboxing in 2016, and returned once in 2020 and scored an impressive 43-9 professional record.
Joe Rogan made it clear that he doesn’t agree with most of Tate’s statements, however, the 55-year-old admitted that most of the stuff Tate said are actually positive and would do good for a younger audience.
“He [Andrew Tate] f***ed up with the misogynist stuff because if he didn’t do that, if he just did the pro-male stuff and pro-accountability, pro-discipline stuff, [he would’ve been fine]… The problem is the other s***. Like, there’s a video of him – I don’t know what the context of the video is – but he was like hitting that girl.” Rogan added.