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Andrew Tate Slams Parody News Account for Spreading ‘death Hoax’ About Him

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Andrew Tate has made headlines for quite a lot of reasons. However, this time he became the target of an online joke. He instantly replied to it as he was not impressed with the rumors.

Here is everything you need to know.

Andrew Tate addresses the fake rumors about his death spreading on Twitter

It seems like Andrew Tate is not happy with the parody news website spreading fake rumors about his death.

Moreover, he took to his official Twitter handle to express his disdain for the jokes about his death.

He wrote, ‘I dont think jokes about my death are very funny. Especially with enemies like mine.’

He continued, ‘You should be careful the negativity you put into the universe, negativity sticks to anybody who spreads it.’

Meanwhile, the rumors circulated after a parody news account on Twitter called ‘Sus News’ posted about Tate’s death. 


In addition, they claimed that Tate tragically passed away during a fight with famed  American YouTuber James Charles.

Charles is a 24-year-old makeup artist as well as a beauty YouTuber. Additionally, more than 23 million users have subscribed to his YouTube channel. He also has over 21 million followers on his official Instagram account.

Nevertheless, it remains unclear why the parody news account used Charles’ name along with Tate’s. But they did say that the 36-year-old former professional kickboxer was found lying on the floor and had makeup.

Andrew Tate’s house arrest gets extended by 30 days

Andrew Tate took to his social media handle on 20th May to reveal that his and his brother Tristan Tate’s house arrest was extended by another 30 days.

He mentioned, ‘Today I was ordered to 30 more days under house arrest. I wasnt told why. Three months in a dungeon, now three months at home.’


He added, ‘Police guard my house, if I leave, they return me to the dungeon. I have not been free for a single day this year. I have not been charged with any crime.’

Piers Morgan on the other hand shared tweets to express his disdain for the Romanian authorities. 

For the unversed, the British television personality is seemingly not too fond of the Tate brothers. Morgan often challenges the brothers controversial takes in an interview on his show.

He stated, ‘This is getting ridiculous. Romanian authorities must either charge him & his brother if they have actual evidence of crimes, or release them.’


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