Andrew Tate, a four-time world kickboxing champion and well-known social media influencer, recently tweeted in response to Imran Khan’s arrest, All good guys go to jail.
Andrew Tate was an unexpected name among the many social media influencers and media personalities who spoke out in support of Imran Khan after his detention in the Lahore High Court yesterday.
Andrew Tate stated on Twitter in response to information and footage of the arrest of former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, All good guys go to jail.
Tate, a kickboxing champion and current Romanian resident of British and American origin, has come under fire for posting some sensitive comments online. He has gained millions of admirers in a short period of time and is particularly popular among young men. In Pakistan, he has a huge fan base.
Screenshots of Tate’s pro-Khan answer went viral and were used in countless memes. The screenshots were shared by thousands of people.
In reaction to Tate’s statement, many Pakistani Twitter users were discovered defending Khan and explaining Pakistan’s current political atmosphere.
One person responded to Tate’s post by saying, The matrix wants everyone with influence jailed.
Another Twitter user wrote, He’s a Top G like you.
While some complimented Tate for his aid, others were dissatisfied, particularly given Tate’s reported misogynistic tendencies.
Girl, this man was actually imprisoned for human trafficking. What the hell is he talking about, wrote one Twitter user who disagreed with Tate’s support for Khan.
Authorities arrested Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan Tate in late 2022 on charges of rape, human trafficking, and gang organization. The brothers were released from prison after nearly three months and are now being held at home while the investigation continues.