Greta Thunberg, 19, of Sweden and Andrew Tate, 36, of the United Kingdom recently taunted each other on Twitter. He is the older brother of Tristan Tate, 34.
Andrew and Tristan are accused of holding an American woman and a Romanian woman against their will in Andrew’s villa and sexually exploiting them. On April 11, 2022, the brothers were questioned over the allegations but released after five hours.
In 2017, Andrew was banned from Twitter for hate speech. After became Elon Musk, 51, became the new chief executive officer of the social media company, changes were made and Andrew was allowed back on the platform.
On December 26, 2022, Andrew took to Twitter to inform Thunberg that he owns 33 cars. Her sarcastic response shocked those who were following the exchange.
In an attempt to redeem himself, Andrew responded with a video of himself smoking cigar in front of a pizza box from Jerry’s Pizza, a chain of restaurants in Romania.
The video helped authorities locate Andrew. On December 29, 2022, he and Tristan were arrested in Romania as part of an investigation into allegations of human trafficking and rape.
Represented by Eugen Vidineac, Andrew will be held in detention in Romania for 30 days. Thunberg’s tweet about Andrew’s arrest won the heart of million of Twitter users.
George Takei, 85, of the United States was one of the celebrities who reacted to the Twitter exchange between Thunberg and Andrew. The “tar Trek” actor took to the platform to summarize what had happened.
Takei was born in Los Angeles, California, USA to Japanese-American parents. Born in Washington, D.C., USA, Andrew moved to England, UK with Tristan after their parents divorced.
Thunberg was born in Stockholm, Sweden. As an environmental activist, she is known for challenging world leaders to take immediate action for climate change mitigation.
Andrew is a former kickboxer and social media personality known for his misogynistic commentary. In 2017, he moved to Romania.