Elon Musk, the well-known CEO of Twitter and SpaceX, recently remarked on Tristan Tate’s first media interview following his release from house arrest. In his interview with media celebrity Tucker Carlson, the former kickboxing champion and younger brother of influencer Andrew Tate dug deeply into his thoughts of Western nations.
Tristan, who was formerly well-known for his unwavering belief to the “Make America Great Again” slogan made popular by former U.S. president Donald Trump, expressed his dissatisfaction with the country, highlighting its deterioration as a result of increased crime. He continued by saying that, given the perceived diminishing attractiveness of the West, the Middle East could hold the key to the future.
Background information shows that Romanian authorities placed Tristan and Andrew Tate under house arrest earlier this year over very heinous allegations that include rape, criminal racketeering, and human trafficking.
As Twitter’s CEO, Musk has established himself. He retweeted Carlson’s post promoting Tristan’s interview. He further added the intriguing caption, “More interesting than you may expect,” to the already humming topic.
A fourth-time kickboxing champion named Andrew Tate had earlier suggested teaching Musk, which adds another depth to this tale. The remark was made in response to speculations that Musk and Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg could challenge each other to a cage battle. According to reports, Andrew Tate was banned by the latter’s social media network, though no specific justification was given.
In a Twitter conversation, the outspoken champion revealed how Meta suppressed him due to his views on immunizations. His offer to Musk was as follows: “I will train you. You will not lose.” Musk, who is never one to back down from a challenge, positively replied and stated that he was ready to take on Zuckerberg. Simply a copy of Musk’s tweet with the words “send me location” served as Zuckerberg’s lighthearted response.
Remember that the Tate brothers were both detained under house arrest after being arrested by Romanian officials the year before. Andrew Tate’s account was reopened when Musk bought Twitter, but it had already been deactivated.
As the world waits to see what will happen next at this fascinating intersection of technology, sports, and geopolitics, this ongoing series of events has kept the online community buzzing.