Andrew Tate to Start a Charity That Protects All Men From False Accusations

The currently incarcerated influencer announced that he will be donating “100 million” to the cause.

British-American kickboxer-turned-influencer, Andrew Tate announced on Sunday that he would be “donating 100 million” to start a charity that protects all men from false accusations.

The controversial social media celebrity is currently incarcerated in a Romanian prison after he and his brother, Tristan, were charged with allegations of rape and human trafficking.

Andrew Tate

Andrew Tate may be locked up in prison but that hasn’t stopped him from ranting on Twitter. The “leader of the Red Pill” movement took to the micro-blogging platform to let his followers know that he has “updated” his will from prison.

He tweeted,

I will be donating 100 million to start a charity to protect men from false accusations.

Twitter users continue to troll Andrew Tate with some questioning the prison security for allowing Tate to access social media. It is most likely that a member of Tate’s team that is tweeting on his behalf.

Some were curious as to whether Tate’s “100 million” are US dollars or Romanian leu. Another tweep jokingly added that the influencer doesn’t have $100 million to his name, otherwise he would have been out of prison.

For the unversed, Andrew Tate is one of the most infamous social media influencers of the current generation. He is notoriously famous in the ‘Red Pill’ community. Tate was detained in Romania last year as part of a human trafficking/rape investigation.

His house was raided in Bucharest and he and his brother Tristan were taken away by the police. Andrew and Tristan Tate will reportedly stay in pre-detention until 27 February.