Tate requested the 19-year-old climate activist’s email address. So he could send “a complete list of my car collection and their respective massive emissions.”
Climate activist Greta Thunberg had a fiery response to controversial influencer Andrew. Tate’s attempts to boast about carbon-dioxide-emitting cars.Tate, a self-described “success trainer” who has been criticized online for a brand that many have described as misogynistic. Tweeted a photo of herself with a car on Tuesday. He addressed Thunberg directly. tagging him and writing: “Please provide your email address so I can send a complete. list of my car collection and their respective massive emissions.”
Thunberg – who is known for her signature no-nonsense, blunt speaking style – went back on Wednesday. “Yes, please enlighten me,” he wrote. He then shared a fake email address to reach her:
Tate recently topped Google’s most searched list of 2022 in the “Who…” question category. He’s been active in far-right circles for years. But began gaining mainstream attention this year. after a series of podcast episodes and clips of his appearances on Twitch streams went viral.
He gained attention in large part because of his extreme rhetoric: comparing women to property, graphically describing. How he would attack a woman for cheating, and claiming that men would date 18- and 19-year-old women rather than them. In the mid-20s because younger women were having sex with fewer men.”
Later in August, she was banned from Instagram,
Facebook, TikTok and YouTube for violating each. platform’s community guidelines.
She also received backlash in 2017 when, at the height of the #MeToo movement. she tweeted that women should take “some responsibility” for sexual assault. Among other criticized statements that blamed women for the abuse and harassment they received. Twitter suspended his account that year.
Online, many praised Thunberg for her response.
“Greta is charging in late with a very strong entry for tweet of the year,” one person wrote on Twitter.
Beautiful — Greta Thunberg owns Andrew Tate,” wrote another Twitter user.
“It’s winter in Sweden but still warm enough for Greta to burn like this!” A person joked.
On Wednesday morning, ‘Greta’ was trending on Twitter.
Neither Thunberg nor Tate immediately responded to a request for comment.
On Wednesday afternoon, Tate responded to Thunberg with a video message on Twitter.
“Thank you for confirming with your email address…” he wrote, tagging his Twitter handle. “The world was curious. And I agree you should get a life.”