Andrew Tate, the now-rejected poster boy for toxic masculinity, made a rare television appearance to address the numerous claims of misogyny leveled against him. Piers Morgan went absolutely nuts on him.
Tate rose to fame in the first half of 2022 as a result of a slew of misogynistic comments he made on his extensive social media network. These timeless songs feature the lines “women belong in the home,” “can’t drive,” and “younger women are more attractive because they’ve “been to clubs and had less sex.” Way to go with the Stone Age mentality, Andrew.
Tate obviously needs a platform to defend himself, therefore in a great move by Piers Morgan, he has been invited to go on his live show, Piers Morgan Uncensored, to talk about his deplatforming, his beliefs, and to have an opportunity to do so. Morgan didn’t hold back, showing Tate approximately the same level of deference that he shows Meghan Markle.
Tate refused to apologize for any remarks, saying he had repeatedly been misunderstood and that he would phrase such misogynistic statements differently today. Morgan repeatedly criticized him for his misogynistic views.
“No, I am not sorry, that’s the point I’m making. I would say them differently perhaps…,” said Tate. On October 7, you can watch the complete interview, but you can watch a peek in the footage below.