The announcement that Paris Saint-Germain player Achraf Hakimi will be able to keep his whole income after his divorce prompted a recent response from Andrew Tate, a social media personality known for his divisive comments. ‘Top G’ lent Hakimi his backing, praising his capacity to safeguard his financial resources and avoid being exploited in a divorce settlement.Tate believes it is admirable that Hakimi has taken steps to protect his riches, which he probably worked very hard to obtain through his great sporting career. Tate’s remarks also emphasised the value of safeguarding oneself against the possible financial effects of divorce, particularly in situations when one’s spouse may try to seize a sizable amount of one’s assets.
The media has focused on the recent issue surrounding football star Achraf Hakimi’s divorce from his wife, Hiba Abouk. According to reports, Abouk has requested half of Hakimi’s fortune in a divorce settlement, but it has been made clear that all of Hakimi’s assets are held in his mother’s name, potentially safeguarding his financial rights.
Andrew Tate brings up historical ties to slavery in a contentious discourse
Andrew Tate, a public person who has been vocal about his opinion that much of society is stuck in a system he refers to as “the matrix,” has recently made a contentious revelation regarding his family background. Tate made the shocking disclosure that the Tate & Lyle sugar plantation, which used slave labour on its American and Jamaican plantations during the 19th century, is related to his family name.
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“The Tate and Lyle sugar plantation is where the name Tate originated. Slaves were the forebears of my father. I have a reason for my unrivalled tenderness.