Andrew Tate has converted to Islam, and True Geordie has since apologized for his remarks toward him.
After being banned from all social media platforms earlier this year, Tate became the talk of the town. After that, there had been reports that he might engage in a boxing match.
YouTuber KSI and Georgie were two rumored competitors. In the midst of this, Geordie and Tate occasionally fight because of something that went a bit too far.
Tate has a history of kickboxing, but he has never verified rumors that a new fight was in the works.
What Did True Geordie Say?
A question about when he would supposedly fight Tate was asked to YouTuber Geordie during a live stream where he was responding to fan queries.
Tate had “God on his side now,” the co-host of Geordie’s show said in reference to Tate’s beliefs. Tate should “blow himself up” and demonstrate how devoted he is to Islam, Geordie retorted.
Geordie’s co-host attempted to correct him by pointing out that he was mistakenly addressing a stereotype, but the YouTuber refused to retract his remarks during the stream.
Andrew Tate Responds
Tate made the decision to speak up and refute Geordie’s claims. He declared: “He’s quite offensive, overweight, rude, a d******d, and a detestable individual. He’s foolish and not very smart.
“Now that I’ve converted to Islam, he did a segment on one of his podcasts saying that I’m not sincere in my conversion and then attacked all Muslims,” the speaker added.
“Let me tell you something, my friend, and if True Geordie is watching this, this is a message specifically for you,” Tate continued. You need to know when to be quiet in various situations in life.
He concluded by adding that by making “ignorant jokes about blowing ourselves up,” he had “insulted” his religion.
True Geordie Apologizes
Geordie faced a lot of criticism online as a result of his comments. The Independent reports that as a result, Gymshark severed its relationship with the social media influencer.
After that, Geordie apologized for his remarks in a video that was released. I questioned his newly discovered faith, which conveniently appeared at a time when he needed all the help he could get, he said. It was a ridiculous joke.
He said, “I used an exaggerated stereotype to take aim at someone who really doesn’t like me. It was one of those off-the-cuff things I made with absolutely no consideration.
Obviously, I don’t think Muslims actually behave that way. It was a very foolish thing to say. I apologize for the foolish joke I made.