He is attractive to teenage boys – therein lies the danger! So far…
From Guardian Saturday 6th August 2022 Shanti Das, “In one guide, Hustler’s University ‘students’ are told that attracting ‘comments and controversy’ is the key to success: ‘What you ideally want is a mix of 60-70% fans and 40-30% haters. You want arguments, you want war.’
Many Tate videos appear, at first glance, to be harmless, even funny. In his trademark straight-talking style, he derides men who drink tap water instead of sparkling water and people who own cats. ‘Real men have dogs,’ he says. Other material is presented under a banner of male self-improvement.
But much of it appears to meet the definition of hateful content set out in TikTok’s community guidelines, which state that TikTok is ‘inclusive and supportive’ and bans content that ‘praises, promotes, glorifies, or supports any hateful ideology,’ including misogyny.”
Tate comes across to me like a nasty teenage boy – which is probably why he attracts a large following among young people! What do the Behavior Panel make of him: https://tinyurl.com/ufua2dfw