Andrew Tate Details Receiving An Email That Demanded Over $2 Million From Him and Tristian Tate
Controversial internet personality Andrew Tate revealed in a Twitter post that he received an email demanding more than $2 million from him…
Controversial internet personality Andrew Tate revealed in a Twitter post that he received an email demanding more than $2 million from him and his brother Tristian Tate. Follow UFC News Updates with Insidesport.IN
The email starts off by addressing both Andrew and Tristan and then goes on to ask when the large sum of money, $2,341,788.31, could be deposited into the sender’s account. The writer claims that the money would be used to improve their life and the lives of those around them.
The writer goes on to suggest that the Tate brothers claim to want to change lives and that they should prove it by putting their money where their mouth is and sending the exact amount.
Tate posted the email on Twitter, writing “The emails I get.” The email proposes that Tate could tell “stories you could tell on podcasts after 12 months and see the impact it has made” if he sends the requested funds.
As an alternative, the email suggests Tate send $10,000 each as “a non-taxable gift.” The email ends by stating “Make it happen, and make it count.”
In any case, the Tate brothers do not appear to have responded to the email, and it remains unclear whether the sender will follow up or if this was simply a one-time stunt. Regardless, the email has certainly generated a lot of attention and sparked a lively discussion on social media. Follow InsideSport on GOOGLE NEWS / For UFC News updates with InsideSport.IN