Andrew Tate set off sparks in a televised clash with Piers Morgan as he boldly declared himself a "feminist."
The former professional kickboxer and influencer has recently been freed from house arrest after facing allegations of rape, human trafficking, and leading an organized criminal enterprise that exploited women.
In the intense interview, Morgan inquired about Tate's experience in a Romanian prison.
When asked about he screamed in jail, the 36-year-old replied, "To do push ups thinking of your children with tears running down your face, but you are concerned with finishing as many push ups as possible within that day, I do not consider that crying, I consider that tears running down my face."
During the fiery interview, Piers Morgan asked Tate what it was like in Romanian jail.
When asked if he cried in jail, Tate responded: "To do push ups thinking of your children with tears running down your face, but you are concerned with finishing as many push ups as possible within that day, I do not consider that crying, I consider that tears running down my face."
Andrew Tate remarks about Amanda Holden:
In the face of criticism for his remarks about Amanda Holden, Andrew Tate defended himself by asserting that he identifies as a "feminist."
He asserted that his objections to her bikini post stemmed from his belief that she possessed greater depth and interest than merely presenting a "thirst trap on Instagram."
While admitting he believes in feminism, Tate said, "I was reminding her of her worth, because as a feminist, we are all feminists here, right, we all believe in women empowerment. I am reminding her of her worth."
Tate also added, "Taking your clothes off for men on Instagram is not empowering. It's empowering when you say, no man but my husband can see my body."
Morgan highlighted that Tate frequently shares images of himself without a shirt.
It's worth noting that just eight days before Andrew Tate, the former kickboxer, was arrested in December 2022, Piers Morgan conducted a contentious interview wherein Tate expressed his belief that women are 'given' to their husbands in marriage.
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