Andrew Tate and the Real World

Despite facing charges of sex trafficking and forming an organised crime group to sexually exploit women in Romania, former professional kickboxer Andrew Tate continues to maintain a large following among young boys and men worldwide. His online educational platform, Hustler’s University, and other businesses like a private fish company, casino business, social media accounts, and OnlyFans bring in millions of dollars per month.

The real world andrew state that claims to teach participants how to make money online and become millionaires. The academy has a number of online courses with tutors known as professors who have allegedly made millions of dollars with their selected business model. Students are encouraged to post videos on their Tiktok and YouTube accounts promoting the course and generating revenue for the academy in exchange for a small percentage of the course fee paid back to new recruits.

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According to sources who have come forward to VICE, many of The Real World’s 200,000 students are struggling with bills and other financial pressures. Many claim they are unable to generate the income required to cover living costs, claiming that Tate’s instructors have told them to work unsustainably long hours and sleep just three hours a night.

The Real World’s operating strategy is wholly reliant on the major social media platforms like YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram. Despite a raft of bans, these sites continue to allow The Real World content featuring Tate and his misogynistic messages to proliferate — and the membership fees are paid by new members recruited from these platforms.

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