Andrew Tate, 35, appeared on Tuesday’s instalment of Piers Morgan: Uncensored where he addressed being banned from social media sites, including Twitter and Facebook, following his offensive remarks about women. Piers, 57, ripped into the controversial figure as their interview got underway and branded him “a misogynist” who was the “king of toxic masculinity”.
Piers began by saying Andrew’s videos have been viewed by billions of people online and he built an “enormous” following, mostly of young men.
“His often scandalous views about women have made him notorious across the world,” Piers told TalkTV viewers.
He proceeded to show viewers a video of Andrew saying his sister is her husband’s property as well as a clip of the athlete saying he does not believe depression exists.
Andrew had flown into the TalkTV studio from Romania to speak to Piers who asked him if he respected women.
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Piers continued to try and hold Andrew to account and asked if he would apologise following his “sexist” comments about women.
“No I am not sorry, I am sorry that offends you, however, there is a large contingent of the world that believes that,” Andrew fumed.
Former Good Morning Britain host Piers wanted Andrew to apologise for being “blatantly misogynistic”.
Andrew defended his remarks and many viewers took to Twitter to voice their opinions on their argument.