Influencer Andrew Tate has been blocked on Facebook and Instagram.

Influencer Andrew Tate has been banned from Facebook and Instagram.

Content producer and influencer Andrew Tate was banned from Facebook and Instagram for violating meta rules after online calls from activists demanding he be removed from the platform.

Influencer Andrew Tate has been blocked on Facebook and Instagram.

A spokesperson for Meta confirmed to BuzzFeed News that he was banned from Facebook and Instagram, but did not say if the ban was permanent or what specific rules he violated.

Matt Bernstein, a queer content creator, called Tate's online presence "dangerous" in a popular Instagram post last week. Bernstein has referenced Tate's violent, homophobic, and homophobic remarks in several of his podcast appearances.

Tate's popularity has skyrocketed in recent weeks due to viral videos and tweets containing highly offensive language against women. They include a clip calling women "property" and a tweet arguing that women should "take some responsibility" for sexual harassment.

At the time of removal, the Brit had 4.7 million Instagram followers, according to analytics site Social Blade, of which he had acquired 2 million in the previous 30 days.

Tate was ridiculed by social media users for her monotony as she responded to her rising popularity by wearing a different makeover.

In a statement released Friday to BuzzFeed News , Ruth Davison, chief executive of a UK-based shelter that helps women and children who are victims of domestic violence, said the decision to block Tate's account was "the right choice."

Influencer Andrew Tate has been blocked on Facebook and Instagram.

Facebook and Instagram blocked Andrew Tate. Meta, which owns two social media platforms, recalled the controversial influencer and former kickboxer on Friday, according to BBC News.

Tate's account, which had 4.7 million followers, violated the policies of groups and individuals at risk, according to Meta. This action is in line with growing criticism of Tate. Although he describes himself as a pro-life mentor, many say he uses the platform to promote violence, homophobia, rape culture and misogyny among young men.

Tate was taken off Twitter before the Meta lashed out, saying women should be held "responsible" for sexual harassment. Tate is currently blocked on three major sites but remains active on TikTok , which appears to be her main outlet, as evidenced by her hashtag's 13.2 billion views.

According to the complainants, Tate "captured the mental health of young people to manipulate, arouse and abuse them, and then used it to indoctrinate these young men and boys to hate women, girls and gays." They pointed to Tate's Hustler University, a subscriber-based network that teaches money-making strategies primarily to young people, as an important channel for recruiting new members.

Of course, both sides have taken to Twitter to voice their opinions on Instagram and Facebook .

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