Andrew Tate denies “crying” in prison despite ‘tears on his face’
Andrew Tate has denied crying on live television while discussing his time spent in prison for human trafficking charges.
Andrew Tate‘s takes on several topics have gained him a large following on the internet, where he’s amassed both favor and infamy alike.
Tate appeared on British television to be interviewed by Piers Morgan about his time in prison, where he denied ever being brought to tears during his incarceration.
Tate did admit to becoming rather emotional during his time in the Romanian cell, claiming that he had “missed people” and that they had “missed him”.
“I was emotional, I missed people, I missed them, and I knew they missed me. So I felt a strong sense of missing,” he explained.
When asked by Morgan if he had cried during their time in prison, he denied the claims, stating “There were tears that ran down my face, but I did not cry.” Morgan argued, “That’s crying,” to which the influencer responded with “I disagree.”
Obviously, this has come down to a case of opinion between the two, with Tate vehemently denying anything that may tarnish or bring down his reputation as a masculine individual. Though biologically speaking, Tate admitted to the basic human act we all know and understand as crying.
During his time in prison, Tate recounted having to fight off bugs that were swarming his cold food. Fasting for Ramadan at the time, he claimed he spent the “entire day destroying flies and ants who get close to the meal.”
Still under house arrest, Tate and his brother Tristan are both still set to be on trial for charges of human trafficking, rape, and forming a criminal gang. There is currently no start for the trial.