Greta Thunberg, a climate activist, responded angrily to Andrew Tate’s effort to brag about his carbon dioxide-emitting vehicles.
Tate posted a picture of himself with a vehicle on Tuesday. Tate calls himself a “success coach,” and his brand has drawn criticism online from individuals who find it to be sexist. In a message to Thunberg, he specifically asked for her email address so he could send her a list of all of his vehicles and their tremendous emissions.
Thunberg responded on Wednesday, displaying her characteristic candor and straightforwardness. “yes, please do enlighten me.”, she wrote. “[email protected]” was the fictitious email address she provided as a contact method.
Recently, Tate topped Google’s list of 2022’s most popular searches. He has long been involved with far-right organizations, but this year, after footage from his participation in several podcast episodes and Twitch broadcasts, went viral, he started to get more notice from the general public.
He has drawn attention in large part because of his extreme statements, such as comparing women to property and describing in graphic detail how he would attack a woman for accusing him of cheating, as well as his assertion that men prefer to date women in their mid-20s over younger ones because the latter would have experienced less sex with more men.
In a response to the accusation that he is sexist, Tate told NBC News in August that he has made “many films complimenting women” and that he advises his viewers to stay away from “toxic males.”
Due to his violation of the community rules of each network, he was previously banned from Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and YouTube.
In 2017, at the height of the #MeToo movement, he also faced criticism for tweeting that women should “bear some responsibility” for being sexually attacked. This was in addition to other sharply condemned comments that seemed to place the blame for harassment and abuse directed at women. His account was indefinitely disabled on Twitter that year. Last month, it seemed like he was back on the stage.
For her reaction, Thunberg received a lot of online applause.
“Greta charging in late with a very strong entry for tweet of the year,” one person wrote on Twitter.
“Beautiful — Greta Thunberg just effortlessly owned Andrew Tate,” another Twitter user wrote.
“It’s wintertime in Sweden but apparently still hot enough for Greta to deliver a burn like this!” one person joked.
Greta was a trending topic on Twitter on Wednesday morning.
When contacted for comment, neither Tate nor Thunberg did so right away.
Tate replied to Thunberg with a video message on Twitter on Wednesday in afternoon.
“Thank you for confirming via your email address …” he wrote, tagging her Twitter handle. “The world was curious. And I do agree you should get a life.”
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