Social Media star and KickBoxing champion Andrew Tate calls out Twitch streamers “F**king Clowns during a podcast interview with Rich Cooper.
Four-time world kickboxing champion Andrew Tate, best known for his viral TikTok spread, “Top G” life lessons and controversy over misogynist comments about women, is known for his controversial online footage.
As of now, almost everyone knows about him as the “Top G” and he has a huge fan following on social media.
The 36-year-old even jumped headfirst into the world of Twitch, streaming with some of the best creators on Amazon’s proprietary platform, including Adin Ross, xQc and more.
However, Tate has been very critical of Twitch and its streamers, and now he’s slammed them as “dumbasses.”
Andrew Tate mocks Twitch Streamers
In his recent Entrepreneurs in Cars podcast episode with Rich Cooper, Andrew was asked about his views on what streamers like Adin ross and others are really missing out from life.
That’s where Andrew digressed a bit, criticizing young Twitch stars who had made fortunes at a young age.
“These kids aren’t supposed to have this much money,” he said. “They’re dumbasses. They’re children. Before the internet the idea that you could become a self-made millionaire at 21 was absolutely impossible, no one would even take you seriously in a business meeting. It couldn’t be done.
“Now it can be done. So you’re giving all these kids money and clout and attention, what do you think they’re doing with it? Dumb sh*t, gambling, drugs, buying girls presents, hanging around with h**s, stupid sh*t. They’re literally lost, their souls are lost, their hearts and minds are lost. They don’t have any experience.”
Tate continued: “They’re f**king clowns, all of them. Every single person I’ve ever spoken to on Twitch without exception is a f**king clown. None of them are serious people.”
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While Tate didn’t provide specific names, he was asked to speak about streamers he’s interacted with, including the likes of xQc and Hasan.
However, he did note that he still has faith in Adin Ross: who he’s been spending quite a bit of time with over the past few months.