After being removed from several social media platforms earlier this year, controversial internet personality Andrew Tate has been reinstated on Twitter. Andrew Tate’s Twitter account, @CobraTate, has been reactivated, therefore he must be back in the social media fold.
Following a “free speech” post, Elon Musk reinstated several users, including Kathy Griffin, Jordan Peterson, and the Babylon Bee. Apparently pleased with his recovery, Tate shared the following on social media: “Mastery is a weird thing. On a sufficiently large time span, failure seems impossible. At the time of publication, Musk had not responded to Tate’s apparent reinstatement on the site.
Five Years of Silence on Twitter are over for Andrew Tate
Mastery is a funny thing.
It’s almost as if, on a long enough time scale, losing simply isn’t an option.
Such is the way of Wudan. pic.twitter.com/rJkK92hzCd
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) November 18, 2022
After being kicked off Twitter in 2017, Andrew Tate returned to the network five years later. It looks that Tate’s account is legitimate, as he is followed by notable people like Joe Rogan and has likes dating back to 2017 (the year he was banned).
This is major news for the controversial online commenter, who was previously banned from several popular social media platforms in the summer of 2022. The former kickboxer Tate has been left with few outlets after being banned from social media platforms such as Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook.
After being banned from these platforms, Tate posted a “last message” on Vimeo in which he said that he will be using a different strategy to communicate with his “Hustlers’ University” audience in the future. This is the most recent of Elon Musk‘s big updates to Twitter, which came after the hashtag #RIPTwitter began trending on November 17, 2022, in protest of his previous alterations.