Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan took over the internet in 2022, generating billions of views on social media with their message of masculinity and the importance of building wealth.
Despite some controversy and criticism from some, the brothers continued to become global stars, amassing a social media following of millions which didn’t slow down even when they were arrested in late-2022 on suspicion of human trafficking. It is now believed that the charges are related to the creation of TikTok videos.
After spending three months in Romanian jail, most people would want to forget that period in their lives, but not the Tate brothers as they will be recreating the experience for fans to see what they went through.
Andrew Tate has announced that on August 12, 2023, he will be spending 24 hours in a recreated Romanian jail cell to simulate the conditions he spent three months in earlier this year. His brother Tristan will also be taking part in the event.
The event will be live-streamed on the brother’s Rumble account which you can check out here.
“On August 12, Saturday at 10 pm Romanian Time. I will spend 24 hours inside a re-creation of my experience in Jail. No phones, No freedom”
Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan spent 92 days in jail from December 29, 2022, to March 31, 2023, on suspicion of human trafficking before the brothers were released on house arrest where they remained until August 4, 2023, when they were finally allowed to leave their multi-million dollar nine-bedroom mansion.
While they’ve been released from house arrest, the brothers must remain in Romania for the foreseeable future, preventing them from returning to Dubai and traveling around the world to conduct business.
Despite spending almost a year in the custody of the Romanian judicial system, both Andrew and Tristan Tate don’t blame the country for their time in detention and have claimed they have intentions of staying in the country long term. Tristan Tate has noted that his daughter is a Romanian citizen and he wants to continue living in the country, splitting his time between Romania and his Dubai mansion that is currently being constructed.
Since being released from jail it has been business as usual for the Tate brothers, with them continuing to build and expand their online course The Real World, which teaches over a dozen wealth creation methods including freelancing, copywriting, e-commerce, and stocks. Most recently a new course teaching how to utilize AI was released in July. As of the last public member count it had upwards of 250,000 paying subscribers but the figure is now not visible to users.