Andrew Tate Retweets Shadaya’s Controversial Lupita Nyongo Tweet
Andrew Tate a self proclaimed alpha retweets Shadaya’s controversial tweet on Lupita Nyongo post. Alpha tweet criticized Lupita, a Black Panther actor, for leaving her man in her 40’s because he cheated.
In his tweet, Shadaya expressed his belief that walking away from a marriage due to a man’s infidelity is a delusional decision made by many modern-day women. He went on to argue that the sisterhood, a myth created by women, influences such choices.
“Of course, the sisterhood will support such stupidity with the rhetoric ‘you deserve better queen,’ as if there’s any high-value man out there waiting to pick up a 40-year-old woman,” stated Alpha.
Tate’s Retweet & Controversial Views
Andrew Tate, another alpha male known for educating men on gender roles and dynamics through social media, retweeted Shadaya’s post. Tate has faced criticism in the past for his radical views on marriage and the role of women.
He has expressed beliefs such as women “belonging in the home” and being unable to drive. Additionally, he has claimed that women are “given to the man and belong to the man” and that men prefer dating younger women due to their perceived sexual history.
Andrew Tate’s retweet of Shadaya’s content has catapulted it to a global audience, leveraging his massive social media following.
Netizens Reactions to Alpha’s Tweet
Working at resolving infidelity. Or just literarily living with feeling second handed to the next side chick your husband chases. Just becos you want to maintain a marriage. Life is full of hypocrisy
It’s in man’s nature to kill anyone not related to him upon the slightest provocation. Should we just succumb to that as well, because it’s in our nature? No, because civilization is better than barbarism.
Let me ask you a question, how is their affairs your problem? All these epistles is to talk about things you have zero ideas about. Wisdom is profitable
Salt of the earth with depleted grey matter & porous cerebellum
Men when they’re expected to have an ounce of integrity and sexual discipline