Kickboxer turned social influencer, Andrew Tate has garnered a lot of hatred for his controversial comments and opinions on various sensitive objects. Various celebrities have also lashed out at ‘Top G’, citing his messages to be harmful to society. However, UFC commentator Joe Rogan didn’t seem one of them.
He has been praiseworthy about the former world champion kickboxer. Rogan has cited some positive aspects of Andrew Tate’s comments on his podcast. 56-year-old Rogan has reflected a motivational mindset throughout his public career and hailed Tate for showing the same.
In one of his recent episodes of JRE, Joe Rogan explained why Andrew Tate is still relevant to the young generation despite his legal turmoil and jail sentencing.
The renowned podcaster said, “Boy did they tap into there’s this thing that going on where men do not feel like there’s anyone that represents men in the popular culture. Like what men actually talks about when they are alone. When men are just hanging out with men and not trying to impress women or trying not to get yelled at the wild shit they talk about. And you know if you can be the most exaggerated form of that this world champ kickboxer standing there smoking a cigar making fun of simps and you know that’s very appealing.”
Andrew Tate became the most searched person on the Internet back in 201-2022. His messages were all over the Internet, grabbing mixed reactions. However, things went downhill after his arrest.
Where is Andrew Tate Now?
Andrew Tate was arrested back in December 2020 for alleged illegal activities including p*rnographic shoot and several more charges of misleading content. His entire property was under seized as Andrew Tate and his brother Tristian Tate were imprisoned along with few more women.
Following a long legal battle, they were set free from home but were kept under house arrest. Later, it was evoked. But the Tate brothers weren’t allowed to move around anywhere in the world without prior notice to the court. As of now, Tate remains banned in all social media platforms handled by META, and Tiktok. However, he was allowed to return to Twitter after Elon Musk took over the platform.