As he's previously said, Tate claims viral videos of him speaking negatively about women are cherrypicked therefore unfairly represent him as misogynistic.
"What happens is when people say these things they ignore 95% of what I say, they ignore me saying you need to avoid low quality men and they take the bit where I say avoid women who are dishonest and then they put it on a Reel, a very short 3-4 second clip and then they say I'm a misogynistic person," he explained.
He believes the real reason he was banned was because people were threatened by his fast cars, big house, wealth, and beautiful girlfriend.
Tate says he's a 'champion' for men's 'issues'
The 35-year-old explained that his platform was to help men overcome issues they face by society, especially pertaining to social media.
"I think being a man is very, very difficult," Tate explained. "Men's issues are largely overlooked."
The biggest issue for men according to Tate? The social pressure.
Tate says the only men who have followers on social media are men with "massive social status" like rappers, people who own Ferraris, or other "interesting people".
"If you're a normal man with a normal job, you don't really exist in the online world it is very difficult to get followers, nobody replies to your DMs, you don't really matter, you don't have access to the sexual marketplace," Tate explained.
\u201cFor so many of the young boys acting sexist after watching Andrew Tate, this has fuck all to do with \u201cmens issues\u201d and everything to do with wanting to imitate a famous person who they perceive to be cool\u201d