Andrew Tate has extended an offer to train Elon Musk after an intriguing Twitter exchange between Musk and Mark Zuckerberg. Musk initiated the conversation by expressing his openness to face Zuckerberg in a cage match. Once Zuckerberg indicated his willingness to accept the challenge, the 51-year-old Musk proposed that they resolve their differences inside an octagon in Las Vegas.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 22, 2023
Choosing to address the situation on his personal platform, Zuckerberg took to his Instagram story and shared a screenshot of Elon Musk’s tweets. In response, he humorously requested Musk to share his location, playfully referencing Khabib Nurmagomedov’s famous line.
Adding his perspective to the rivalry between the two business moguls, Andrew Tate, known as ‘Cobra,’ chimed in and extended his support to the SpaceX CEO. Tate, who has been banned from all Meta services, including Facebook and Instagram, offered his services to Elon Musk. In a tweet, he expressed his willingness to assist Musk, stating:
While many observers perceive the exchange between Musk and Zuckerberg as light-hearted banter, there is a possibility that the Twitter owner might actually consider Andrew Tate’s offer.
Meta banned me everywhere for telling the truth about vaccines.
But now we can restore honour with a strike at the enemy clans leader.
I will train you @elonmusk.
You will not lose.
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) June 22, 2023
It’s worth noting that Mark Zuckerberg is an avid fan of MMA and UFC, and he actively trains in martial arts. His dedication to training has even translated into notable victories in recent jiu-jitsu tournaments.
Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan found themselves embroiled in a legal ordeal last December when they were arrested in Romania. The accusations leveled against them were extremely serious, including charges of rape, human trafficking, and conspiracy to form a criminal group.
Throughout the entire process, both brothers vehemently denied all allegations. After enduring months in jail, they were eventually placed under house arrest as investigations unfolded.
Now, Romanian authorities have reached a critical juncture in their case. They believe they have gathered sufficient evidence to formally charge Andrew and Tristan for their alleged actions. The legal proceedings are set to move forward, bringing the matter closer to a resolution.
Andrew Tate has now officially been charged with rape and human trafficking in Romania after being arrested back in December of 2022, and later moved to house arrest in March.
Judge will have 60 days to look at the case files before it can be sent to trial. pic.twitter.com/afm1idaYFb
— Philip DeFranco 👊🏻 (@PhillyD) June 20, 2023