Andrew Tate has slammed a Coronation Street star as a ‘pu**y’ after he apologized for ‘liking’ some of the misogynistic influencer’s Twitter posts.
Adam Hussain, best known for portraying Aadi Ulayan on ITV, issued an apology earlier this week saying he was “unaware” of Tate’s controversial background when he “liked” some of the posts.
He added that he would never “endorse” any of these views in a statement released after his interaction with posts on the social media platform was reported.
But Tate — who has more than six million followers — hit back on Friday. Posting a screenshot of an article from Digital Spy covering Hussain’s apology, he wrote: “Pu**y”.
In his usual antics, the 36-year-old added in a follow-up tweet: “I teach guys to get filthy rich. You can be an actor – but they still hold you by the balls.
Andrew Tate (L) slammed Coronation Street star Adam Hussain (R) as a ‘pu**y’ after he apologized for ‘liking’ some of the influencer’s misogynistic Twitter posts
Tate — who has more than six million followers — responded on Friday. Posting a screenshot of an article from Digital Spy covering Hussain’s apology, he wrote: “Pu**y”.
He agrees with me, but he backs off like ickle pu**ybowy or gets fired. Money is very important to escape from the slave mind. Then he posted a link to his website.
Tate, a former kickboxer, was accused of spreading misogynistic “rape culture” content to an audience as young as 13 on TikTok and other social media. In one instance, Tate spoke of attacking a woman if she accused him of infidelity.
He is also currently under investigation in Romania along with his brother Tristan on suspicion of human trafficking, rape and exploitation of women. He was released from prison in March but remains under house arrest pending further investigation.
Hussein said he issued the apology because he didn’t realize Tate’s background when he first clicked “like” (usually used by people to show their appreciation for a Tweet).
“I am truly sorry if my liking of these Tweets caused any offense to our viewers and colleagues,” he wrote.
according to the sunwho first reported on Hussain’s interaction, a Korean actor has been dealing with the disgraced influencer and his brother almost daily.
The post said it liked an “amazing” number of Tate’s posts.
One of the publications of Tate, which the influential Hussein initially liked, wrote: “Truth will prevail.” Another said: 30 more days under house arrest. Another 30 days have been suppressed. I haven’t been free for a day this year. The battle rages against Satan.
Another saw Tate write: “No man who is afraid to fight professionally is allowed to discuss the way of thinking about the (sic) schedule.”
Tate (pictured), a former kickboxer, was accused of spreading misogynistic “rape culture” content to an audience as young as 13 on TikTok and other social media. In one instance, Tate spoke of attacking a woman if she accused him of infidelity
Tate shared his belief that he was the target of some form of global conspiracy to keep him and other like-minded people in check.
It often refers to a conspiracy involving the concept of “The Matrix” as a global conspiracy trying to take over the world. He portrays himself as someone who helps people break free from this “control”.
He even suggested he would be assassinated as part of this global conspiracy, and in a series of deleted tweets on Thursday he claimed he was poisoned.
There is no such evidence of the existence of such a plot.
The Tate brothers are still waiting to see if Romanian prosecutors will send their case to trial.
Under Romanian legislation, prosecutors have brought charges against the four suspects, but the case is under investigation and has not been referred to trial.
Andrew, Tristan and two Romanian female suspects are under house arrest awaiting criminal investigation on suspicion of human trafficking, rape and forming a criminal ring for the sexual exploitation of women, charges she has denied.
The Tates, Georgiana Nagel and Luana Radu were held in police custody from 29 December until 31 March when a Bucharest court placed them under house arrest. Plaintiffs have until June to bring the case to trial.
On Monday, Romania’s Organized Crime Prosecution Unit told Tristan Tate to add the charge of inciting others to violence to his name, DIICOT spokeswoman Ramona Paula told Reuters.
Romanian prosecutors announced the additional indictment on Tuesday.
The charge is believed to relate to an alleged incident involving Nagel inflicting pain on another woman in 2021, according to Romanian media. gondol.
Nagel reportedly forced an alleged victim to raise her right hand when she learned that the woman had recently had breast augmentation surgery and that such a motion would be painful.
Afterwards, Najil allegedly told Tristan what had happened and he laughed.
Andrew and Tristan Tate (pictured left and right) and two Romanian suspects are under house arrest awaiting a criminal investigation on suspicion of human trafficking, rape and forming a criminal ring for the sexual exploitation of women, charges he has denied
Former police officers Luana Radu (left) and Georgiana Nagel (right) are suspected of aiding the Tate brothers in the crimes they are under investigation. The new charge against Tristan is believed to relate to an alleged incident involving Nagel, one of Tristan’s associates, inflicting pain on another woman in 2021.
But Tristan’s spokesperson questioned how the influencer instigated the violence when the alleged incident took place before he knew about it.
Tristan denies any wrongdoing. He said on Twitter that prosecutors were making new accusations without evidence.
Their spokesperson added that the alleged incident was brought to the attention of the police at the time but they rejected it and did not investigate further.
Meanwhile, a DIICOT spokesperson said that prosecutors are also investigating accusations of money laundering, but have not filed any related charges.