Tristan Tate, a former kickboxer who is now a social media star, recently posted a hilarious meme on which he questioned the usefulness of Threads, which is Meta’s equivalent of Twitter.
“POV: You delete threads because there’s no free speech and you’re convinced that they’re selling your private information.”
Have a look at the following tweet from him:
Follow Tristan Tate on Twitter at @TateTheTalisman.
POV: You delete threads because you believe they are selling your private information and there is no freedom of speech.
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Meta Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, had recently revealed a new application called Threads, which is widely considered to be the most formidable rival to Twitter, which is owned by Elon Musk. Users of Twitter responded positively and enthusiastically to the introduction of Threads, which coincided with an all-time high number of subscribers within a relatively short amount of time.
Zuckerberg was the target of a trolling attempt by Tristan Tate, who accused Meta-owned programs of stifling users’ right to free expression and blamed the firm for selling user data.
Earlier, Tate had issued a tweet in which he pleaded with Zuckerberg to bring back his deactivated Instagram account. In addition to this, he issued a personal invitation to the CEO of Meta to have a conversation with him about the issue.
Take a look at the following tweet:
“I believe that bringing me back to Instagram would be the best step for them to do in order to rescue their platform. I shared images of suits and vehicles… did not break any regulations… and it would appear that I am innocent unless I am proven guilty? I would be happy to have a face-to-face conversation with Zuck. It would demonstrate one’s balls, and others appreciate one’s balls.
@TateTheTalisman is where you can find me, Tristan Tate.
I believe that bringing me back to Instagram would be the most effective way for them to save their platform.
I shared images of suits and vehicles… did not break any regulations… and it would appear that I am innocent unless I am proven guilty?
I would be happy to have a face-to-face conversation with Zuck.
It would demonstrate courage, and people appreciate courage.
The most recent salvo fired by Tristan Tate arrives at a time when widespread rumors are circulating around the possibility of an MMA contest between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg. It’s interesting to note that neither of the Tate brothers harbor any ill will toward Elon Musk.
When Tristan Tate praised Elon Musk and revealed the tech billionaire’s been ‘liking’ Andrew Tate’s tweets
Since this time last year, Tristan and Andrew Tate have been everywhere you look in the news. They were detained in Romania on suspicion of committing crimes, which led to their suspension from multiple social media networks, including Twitter.
Following Elon Musk’s acquisition of the widely used microblogging service, their accounts were subsequently reactivated. In an episode of the PBD Podcast that aired one month ago, the younger Tate lauded Musk and said that he had been ‘liking’ Andrew Tate’s tweets for some time even though he did not follow either of the two men.
“He has liked some of Andrew’s tweets, but other than that, he doesn’t follow us, and the only interaction he has with us is the likes, and I completely understand why he has made that decision,”