Andrew Tate told he's got 'small d**k energy' by Greta Thunberg after attempting to troll her
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Andrew Tate's attempt to mock Greta Thunberg on Twitter backfired - with the environmental activist's savage reply quickly going viral.
Controversial influencer and former kickboxer Tate regularly flaunts his lavish lifestyle on social media. He's banned from Meta platforms Facebook and Instagram, in addition to TikTok, but returned to Twitter last month.
The self-proclaimed 'Top G' earned a following after spreading his divisive social beliefs, mainly about women.
Tate's return to Twitter has seen him reignite his feud with Jake Paul and spread more polarising messages.
On Tuesday, the 36-year-old decided to add Thunberg to his growing list of enemies online. It's one we weren't expecting.
Tate attempted to rattle the teenager by telling her about his expensive car collection. One of his popular catchphrases involves asking what colour someone's Bugatti is.
Thunberg is one of the world's most famous activists, regularly challenging world leaders over their stance on climate change.
His tweet, along with an impact of him at a petrol station, reads: Hello @GretaThunberg. I have 33 cars. My Bugatti has a w16 8.0L quad turbo. My TWO Ferrari 812 competizione have 6.5L v12s.
"This is just the start. "Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions."
Thunberg wasn't falling for it. She replied on Wednesday: "Yes, please do enlighten me. Email me at smalld**[email protected]"
Her reply earned 300,000 likes in the space of two hours, compared to Tate's which had 105,000 a day after being posted.
Fans online have had their say, joking Tate has no way back from being violated like this.
One person said: "I didn't see this one coming. Tate being ratioed by Thunberg after 1 hour."
Another tweeted: "This is how to burn without emitting carbon."
A third put: "Just when I thought she couldn't get any better."
While someone added: "If more historical figures had Twitter back in their time there'd be a lot more quotes like this in books."
Tate attempted to get the last laugh by 'agreeing' with someone who said Thunberg is more of a man than Tate.
Sometimes it's better to just accept you've been beaten and move on.
It's believed Tate is interested in facing Jake Paul in a boxing match next year. The duo exchanged words while in attendance at Floyd Mayweather vs Deji in November.
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Featured Image Credit: Andrew Tate & Alamy