Logan Paul has called on creators to stop giving Andrew Tate a platform and squashed any rumours of a potential boxing fight.
The controversial former kickboxer was recently banned from the vast majority of social media platforms after being accused of spreading harmful and ‘misogynistic’ rhetoric.
His views and speeches surrounding the treatment of women have been called out by many including Logan and his brother Jake Paul.
Credit: Andrew Tate/Instagram. It seemed we were heading toward a potential fight between Tate and one of the Paul brothers, however, Logan has had a change of heart.
Speaking on his IMPAULSIVE podcast, the internet star has revealed that he’d no longer be interested in meeting Tate in the ring and urged others to change their tone as well.
He said: “I don’t feel like platforming this guy.
“I don’t feel like giving him the blessing of being my dance partner in the ring. Especially after the social media platforms have made it very clear how they feel about this guy.”
Certainly is a great point made by Paul.
Although it does lose some of its impact considering Andrew Tate was included in both the thumbnail and title of the podcast episode.
The former YouTube boxer then sent out a warning to the likes of business partner KSI.
He continued: “Anyone. You wanna have him on your shows, do you wanna give him another opportunity to speak and spread his agenda? Because whether you believe it or not, the s**t that Andrew Tate is saying will have a ripple effect much more dangerous than you can imagine.”
Following the second bout, the musician listed off a bunch of names he’d be down to step into the ring with – Andrew Tate being one of them.
He said: “Andrew Tate, I want a piece of that.”
And obviously, Tate is more than entertaining the idea, even claiming he’ll face both KSI and True Geordie on the same night.
Tate said: “I will fight KSI and True Geordie in the same night. Make that for a YouTube boxing show. I will beat both of them. Sorry True Geordie, you’re gonna have to take some time off sucking things and go for a run.”
Any means to stay relevant.