Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg recently schooled social media influencer Andrew Tate with a brutal comeback Tweet.
On December 27, Tate sent a message to the environmentalist, listing some of the cars he owns in an attempt to bait Thunberg into speaking about the effects it will have on the environment. He also wrote down the specifications of what he owns and asked her to provide him with an email id so that he could complete the list.
His tweet said:
"Hello @GretaThunberg. I have 33 cars. My Bugatti has a w16 8.0L quad turbo. My TWO Ferrari 812 competizione have 6.5L v12s. This is just the start. Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions."
Thunberg's response has been taken by netizens to be one of the most iconic answers this year. In the tweet, she offered an email id to Tate, but not exactly an authentic one. It read:
"Yes, please do enlighten me. email me at smalld*[email protected]"
One user, @Masterofwhine took to her Twitter account to laud the environmentalist for her answer:
Greta Thunberg's response to Tate has taken the internet by a storm
Tate's message on the apparent effects that cars have on the environment resulted in a brutal reply from the climate activist, who took to Twitter to completely rip the social media influencer apart. The interaction between the two garnered Greta's tweet over 100,000 likes within the first hour of posting it.
Reactions to the tweet were as hilarious as they were numerous. In fact, Twitterverse shared and liked the tweet so much that her name is currently trending. People lauded her for the lack of attention she showcased with her reply. Many are also calling it "The Tweet of the year."
According to netizens, Andrew Tate's response to the burn by Geta was even more hilarious. He responded by saying "How dare you?" and that tweet, too, has been used as fodder for more hilarious reactions.
The former Big Brother influencer has previously attacked Greta by posting older videos of her talking to the members of the United Nations, where she famously blasted them for her lack of action.
However, the clip had been edited with videos of Tate driving his supercars and boarding private jets.