Recently, on social media, there has been a controversial debate between an Indian American doctor and a self-described misogynist who has a large online presence.
On Twitter, Andrew Tate shared a post of his shirtless photo with a caption that mentioned he doesn't sleep with vaccinated women, to which Dr. Kriti Patel commented that his body type is only attractive to gay men, and she had turned down dates with gym bros who had ripped abs previously.
Dr. Kirti Patel, an Indian-American doctor who is a gynecologist and a medical influencer on Twitter, commented on a post by Andrew Tate, mentioning that in the past, she turned down dates with gym bros as she found people with such body types to be aggressive and narcissistic, and she bets that other women will also have the same feeling.
In response to a comment by Dr. Patel, Andrew Tate mocked her by sharing her pictures on Twitter. In his post, he expressed disappointment, stating that he is not attractive to her. He mentioned that he was only trying to make his arms as big as her nose.
He continued sharing more pictures of Dr. Patel in his tweets and declared himself as ‘funny’ and ‘hilarious’. He also used the term ‘KIRTIUS’ and called her a ‘disgusting nose guardian’ to mock Dr. Patel.
Andrew Tate has millions of fans for his ultra-masculine lifestyle and has expressed disdain for feminism and the feminist movement. He is also known to have made occasional remarks that hurt the LGBT community. He and his brother Tristan have dual British and U.S. citizenship and were in police custody for a criminal investigation from December 2022 to April 2023.
Tate has been denied the right to temporarily leave Romania to visit his mother in London by the Bucharest court, as he and his brother Tristan were suspected of forming a criminal gang for human trafficking and exploiting women sexually.
Tate, his brother, and two female Romanian suspects were indicted in June 2023 and were under house arrest until August. Since then, they have been under judicial control to prevent them from fleeing and to stop them from tampering with the evidence.
(Input from various sources)