Greta Thunberg, a well-known climate activist, and Andrew Tate, a former lightweight kickboxing champion, are engaging in a public argument on Twitter.
The disagreement began when Tate posted a picture of himself standing next to his high-emitting Bugatti vehicle on Twitter and challenged Thunberg to provide her email address so that he could send her a list of his 33-car collection and their corresponding emissions, he wrote: “Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions.”
Earlier today, Thunberg responded to Tate’s tweet by questioning his masculinity and sharing a fake email address with him. She wrote, “Yes, please do enlighten me,” and included the email address “[email protected]“
The reply went viral with over 150M+ views and 2.5M+ likes on Twitter at the time of writing this article.
After this, Andrew Tate replied:
It is not uncommon for either of these celebrities to be involved in controversy. Andrew Tate has received significant attention recently, ranking as the top Google search in the “who is…” category for 2022. However, he has faced criticism for making misogynistic comments on his TikTok channel, including comparing women to property and suggesting that rape victims bear responsibility for their attacks.
On the other hand, Greta Thunberg is a 19-year-old climate activist from Sweden who gained widespread recognition for her speech at the United Nations in 2021. Despite her accomplishments, she has also been targeted by climate change deniers who have made comparisons to Nazism.