Andrew Tate’s controversial takes have been sufficient to get banned from virtually each social platform. Now, the ‘Prime G’ has been noticed at a celebration with G2’s CEO, and G2 followers aren’t pleased.
Andrew Tate has been banned from nearly each main social media outlet. Not simply him, however the title “Andrew Tate” itself. It’s on the level the place Apex Legends gamers are even getting banned for naming themselves after him.
It’s secure to say that Andrew Tate has been de-platformed virtually unilaterally as a consequence of violating the content material insurance policies of virtually each social media, one thing he responded to by flexing his non-public jet and saying, “I don’t really feel very canceled“.
Nevertheless, de-platforming somebody on-line doesn’t imply they stop to exist. And, in Andrew Tate’s case, he was noticed at a celebration in a video posted by G2 Esports CEO, Carlos ‘Ocelote’ Santiago.
Andrew Tate is (not) banned from G2 Esports
The video in query exhibits Andrew Tate lighting a cigar with the sparkler on a champagne glass in a celebration of G2’s latest success as a company.
Andrew Tate actually has a monitor report. Apart from his controversial views, there have been additionally allegations that Tate was taking part in human trafficking, allegations he vehemently denied on Tucker Carlson’s Fox Information present.
This look with Tate comes after G2 signed an all-female League of Legends roster, together with the group having one of many main feminine Valorant groups.
G2 esports is likely one of the frontrunners in terms of signing feminine gamers, one thing that runs counter to Andrew Tate’s views in line with G2 followers angered by Ocelote’s look with Tate.
In the meantime, Tate has been condemned by Trevor ‘Quickshot’ Henry, one of many longest standing shoutcasters within the LEC (League of Legends European Championship). Each Quickshot and his spouse, Becca Henry, spoke out in opposition to Andrew Tate’s involvement with a giant determine like Ocelote.
One other shoutcaster for the LEC, Marc ‘Caedral’ Lamont, voiced his displeasure by merely saying, “f*** andrew tate” in a tweet.
Backlash in opposition to Ocelote for his involvement with Andrew Tate has been immense. On the time of writing, Ocelote has but to touch upon his look with the controversial determine.