Piers Morgan defends himself against COVID claims
Piers Morgan and Andrew Tate debated the coronavirus pandemic.
Morgan fact-checked Tate’s false claims that the virus was a hoax.
He then pressed Tate on why he was being jailed for expressing his opinion on the virus.
Tate replied: “Okay, because I was the most Googled man on the planet and had a great affinity for the most problematic demographic in the Matrix, which was young male youth, the people you need to die in wars… that was I.” saying things that contradicted the narrative.
Andrew Tate’s “Hustler’s University”
Andrew Tate created a course called Hustler’s University where participants pay a monthly membership fee.
The course was renamed several times, eventually changing to “The Real World.”
According to the Independent, the course’s core principles are based on the belief that “men have a sacred duty to raise strong, capable and honorable sons” and “kind, feminine and virtuous daughters.”
During his interview with Piers Morgan, he reiterated that the course was about teaching “wealth creation”.
Andrew Tate addresses “pimping” allegations
Piers Morgan pressed Andrew Tate on whether he was a “pimp”.
Tate claimed he called himself a pimp for “comedic effect” and that the allegations were a “Matrix attack.”
He added: “Of course I wasn’t a pimp, I said I’m a pimp, I said I’m an astronaut, I said I’m a cowboy, I said I’m the strongest man in the world, I Did you say I was James Bond? Throw me in prison.
“Put me in jail, I deserve it. Nine years ago I made a joke on the internet.”
Further information will follow on Piers Morgan Uncensored
The second part of Piers Morgan’s interview with Andrew Tate airs tomorrow.
The two will discuss Hamas and the allegations against the Tate brothers.
Andrew’s brother Tristan will also appear for a separate interview.
Is Andrew Tate worried about his influence on men?
Morgan asked Tate if he was worried about his influence on men.
Tate responded: “It’s very easy for a teenager, with his hormones and lack of life experience, to weaponize the things I say and use them in the wrong context. However, this is not my fault.”
“Can I make sure that no teenager on the planet who listens to me ever misunderstands me? No, I can’t, but I’m doing my best.”
Tate said his message to the men was not to “suffer as a nobody.”
“Get strong, get rich, do whatever it takes to become someone important,” he added.
“My wife won’t work”
Tate claimed he had hundreds of millions of dollars, which Morgan quickly denied.
Morgan said $17 million was seized from Tate and he does not have hundreds of millions of dollars.
When asked where the rest was, Tate said, “I must have lost it.”
He added that his girlfriend “works at Starbucks” to pay the rent. Morgan replied that he didn’t know if he was being sarcastic.