Andrew Tate, retired kickboxer, recently became a well-known figure online for his ‘misogynist’ remarks. This landed him a YouTube and social media ban. Prior to his retirement from professional kickboxing, he had amassed millions of dollars through other businesses, such as casinos. Even popular podcaster Joe Rogan has himself been caught up in past controversies. Here is what he has to say about Tate’s situation.
While discussing what went wrong which led to Tate’s ban, Joe Rogan said,”He 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, and pro-discipline stuff.”
Rogan stated that if Tate had just discussed his own and how to succeed in life, he would have ended up differently. Rogan also mentioned that if you focus entirely on your feelings, you will never get anywhere.
Joe Rogan believes that the world needs more people like Andrew Tate
In June, after gaining a larger following, Tate was more popular. He subsequently uploaded a lengthy video in which he attempted to excuse his statements. Although Rogan is not a believer in all of Tate’s ideas, he feels that people like him are necessary in the world.
“Toxic masculinity, what that means is, ‘Oh, you mean the men that carved the world.’ You do need them, you just don’t think that you need them because you don’t need them right now. Now Russia has them, China is making them more masculine.” said Rogan. Now Russia has them, although China is making them more manly.
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Timothy is a senior writer based in Atlanta, specializing in celebrity-related news. She is always ready to cover trending TV stories with an unbiased perspective and a pinch of gossip.