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Andrew Tate and Greta Thunberg controversy: Former Kickboxer replies to climate activist Greta Thunberg’s “small d*ck energy” Tweet about him.

On December 27 an unexpected tweet from Andrew Tate gave rise to a whole new controversy surrounding him and the climate activist Greta Thunberg.

Andrew Tate Tweets out directly to Greta Thunberg proudly bragging about his 33 cars and also explaining details about two of his cars Buggati and a Ferrari, to which Greta replies asking him to send her an email at “smalld*[email protected]”, and that roast from her got more than 2 million likes in a couple of hours.

Following her tweet, Tate responds:

Andrew Tate and Greta Thunberg Controversy

Beginning with blaming “bots” for the number of likes Greta’s tweet has got, and retweeting a post from Jackson Hinkle. It claimed, “The Greta Thunberg response to Andrew Tate is the most bot-liked tweet I’ve ever seen”.

After which he then directly responds to her tweet by, first describing her as someone who advocates for governments “taxing you into poverty to stop the sun from being hot”.

In a longer response, Tate thanked her for “confirming via your email address that you have a small penis Greta Thunberg. The world was curious. And I do agree you should get a life”.

In an attached video, while smoking a signature cigar, Tate jibed that Greta leaked her own email address. He also said he wasn’t “mad” at her.

“I’m not actually mad at Greta,” he said. “Because she doesn’t realize she’s been programmed. She doesn’t realize she’s a slave of the matrix. She thinks she’s doing good. Someone has sat her down and convinced her to try and convince you to beg your government to tax you into poverty to stop the sun from being hot.”

He then claims without any actual evidence that a “bot farm” has descended on Greta’s tweet to like and retweet the message.

“Now I know,” he finished. “That Greta… views my tweets. Which is gonna make my Twitter account far more fun into eternity.”

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