To call Andrew Tate, controversial would be a wild understatement to say the very least. The social media star who is best known for comparing women to property was recently banned from major social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook due to violating their terms of service. The man nicknamed ‘The Cobra’ also currently has an online course that allegedly teaches ‘modern wealth creation and has almost 150,000 members.
On the other hand, KSI is another well-known social media megastar. The popular YouTuber and rapper has nearly 24 million subscribers on his main channel alone and almost 40 million combined subscribers across all of his total channels. To date, on YouTube alone, KSI has approximately 9 billion views through those same and aforementioned YouTube channels. During a recent podcast interview, the co-founder of the group known as the Sidemen would discuss and criticized Tate’s online course. In doing so, he would compare it to nothing more than an overpriced discord. Credit to SportsKeeda for the following.
“Bro, it looks like sh*t, it’s a discord, you’re paying 50 dollars for a discord.” ‘The Nightmare’ continued: “The reason I bought it was to hear you say the sh*t you wanna say. He’s not even in it. He’s not even there its some random donnies just being like,’ Ah so, this is what you, no charisma, zero and you’re just there like it feels like school but boring.”
In other news concerning KSI and Andrew Tate, the controversial content creator recently would proclaim that he would ‘fight KSI for money. Tate would make the following comments during a live stream that took place on August 19th and featured Adin Ross. Credit to Dexterto for the below.
“I do know who KSI is yeah. Listen, as I said, these people aren’t my family. They’re not my family members. If someone were to come along with the right amount of money and say 50 million or whatever, do you think I’m going to sit and say ‘no I can’t fight him,” Tate said?
He continued: “Why would I not fight KSI? Why would I not? I don’t care. Why would I not punch him in the face for money? It’s a genuine question.”