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UFC welterweight feels subscribing to Andrew Tate's courses "is weird as hell"

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Andrew Tate. [via Twitter @Cobratate]
Andrew Tate. [via Twitter @Cobratate]

Incarcerated social media personality Andrew Tate's influence extends beyond his controversial takes on gender equality and feminism. Tate also claims to teach professional courses on various real-life skills.

Under the banner of Hustler's University, Tate offers courses ranging from copywriting, freelancing, drop shipping, and e-commerce, among many others. The courses are online and use Discord as a medium. They also claim to be taught by 'world-class multimillionaire experts'.

UFC welterweight Randy Brown recently called out Tate's following, accusing them of blindly subscribing to his teachings and courses. Brown also described what he perceives to be the hopelessness of Tate's adherents, declaring that a paternal figure in their lives would help for a change.

The veteran fighter tweeted:

"Not gonna lie subscribing to Andre Tates courses on 'how to be a top G' and 'how to get girls to like you' is weird as hell. If that's where you're at in life then you're too far gone. Y'all really just need y'all fathers [face with tears of joy emoji]"
Not gonna lie subscribing to Andre Tates courses on "how to be a top G" and "how to get girls to like you" is weird as hell. If that's where you're at in life then you're too far gone. Y'all really just need y'all fathers πŸ˜‚

Randy Brown is on an excellent four-fight win streak in the welterweight division. He is set to kickstart his year against Jack Della Maddalena at UFC 284 on February 12. Both fighters will look to make an impression and break into the welterweight rankings.


Andrew Tate reveals conditions in prison in first newsletter address to fans

Imprisoned for over a month now, Andrew Tate continues his custodial stay in Romania's prisons without an imminent release date.

He recently sent an email to his fans through his newsletter that directly addressed his living conditions and his situation in prison.

Andrew Tate wrote:

β€œI will send you my daily lessons from unjust imprisonment. They are trying to break me. Thrown inside a cell without light. Cockroaches, lice, and bed bugs are my only friends at night. When the guards bring me to and from the courtroom, I stay absolutely respectful. They try to pour hatred into my heart. But Please and Thank You stick with me at all times."

He continually made reference to his guards and his respect for their duty while repeatedly claiming his innocence:

"My prison guards are just performing their job, they have families to feed. In times of hardship, don’t forget your manners. They are trying to break my Iron Mind with unjust imprisonment. My absolute respect for everyone around me is my act of absolute rebellion. They cannot break me. My guards know I am innocent. They know it is unjust. They see I will never break and respect my resolve. Please and Thank You stick with me at all times. Such is the way of the Wudan.”

Check out Andrew Tate's full statement on YouTube below:

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