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xQc and Andrew Tate’s broadcast was a confusing mess of misogyny and hair jokes.



xQc and Andrew Tate’s broadcast was a confusing mess of misogyny and hair jokes.


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Posted on July 14, 2022 Personal emagtrends

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Felix Lengyel, who broadcasts under the name xQc, has become one of the biggest streamers in the world. The sometimes controversial streamer isn’t exactly known for his squeamishness, which is why he seemed to catch the eye of Andrew Tate. After referring to Tate, a well-known influencer and former kickboxer, as insecure, the two would go head-to-head in a stream hosted by GTA V streamer Adin Ross.

Fireworks were practically guaranteed, and it didn’t take long for Tate, a proud self-proclaimed misogynist and chauvinist, to get under xQc’s skin. Things got particularly heated when Tate claimed that he would never let a “woman” he was with go to a club alone, which didn’t sit well with xQc.

The successful Canadian streamer has repeatedly criticized Tate for his retrograde mindset and the irresponsibility of his message while taking the time to make fun of him. One of the targets xQc zeroed in on was Tate’s bald head, claiming the former kickboxer’s hairline resembled McDonald’s famous golden arches.

After the broadcast ended, xQc went to great lengths to explain that while he feels Andrew Tate should be allowed to think what he wants, he should be careful about using his platform to deliver an irresponsible post strictly to try to get famous. . .

Whatever your stance on giving Andrew Tate a platform and bringing his brand to more people, it was good to see someone of xQc’s status and stature in the streaming community take on some of the worst aspects of his message.

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