Andrew Tate Will Donate 100 Million to Charity to Protect Men from False Accusations

Andrew Tate is planning to donate 100 Million to charity that will work towards protecting men who are falsely accused.

Emory Andrew Tate III, more commonly known online as Andrew Tate or Top-G, is a British American internet personality, former professional kickboxer, and businessman. After his boxing career, Andrew started providing paid courses and memberships through his website and later rose to internet fame. many people online dubbed his comments misogynistic, and he got suspended from social media platforms because of it.

Recently, Andrew Tate made a Twitter Post regarding Swedish Activist Greta Thunberg, which resulted in his location being revealed and the Romanian officials detaining him for suspected human trafficking and organized crime. The detain period was initially 24 hours but was later increased to 30 days.

The detain period was extended a second time and according to sources Andrew Tate will be in Romania prison until February 27. After coming out, he is planning to donate 100 Million to charity that will protect men against false accusations.

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Andrew Tate to Donate 100 Million:

On February 5, 2023, a post was made from Andrew Tate’s Twitter account. It reads,

“I updated my will from prison.

I will be donating 100 million to start a charity to protect men from false accusations.”

So, it seems like Andrew Tate has some big plans once his prison time is over.

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