SAS Australia 2021’s Jackson Warne has revealed that he “agrees” with some of Andrew Tate‘s controversial posts.
After the podcast host was banned from Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, he shared several Youtube clips talking about the unfairness of his ban, which Jackson then re-shared.
“I just thought I would quickly come on here [Instagram] and clear the air because I posted a recent story of Andrew Tate, and it has clearly triggered or frustrated a few people by just seeing his face on my story,” the son of the late Shane Warne said.
While he doesn’t agree with “100 per cent of the things he does say”, he does “agree with a few of the things he does say”.
These include “work hard, don’t give up, be a provider, take control of your own life, don’t be a victim”.
“All these really good qualities he does say do resonate with me a lot. These are qualities that I also view as positives, and I think that a lot of people should take them as positives and not just agree with everything he says because he does say a few outrageous things.”
According to the 23-year-old, he believes that some of the things Andrew has said previously have been “misinterpreted”, something the polarising host has said himself.
“I also know how the media can manipulate and control narratives that aren’t true and take things out of context,” Jackson said.
“But I just wanted to come on here and clear the air that I don’t agree with everything he says, but I do agree with a few things.”
The post has since been deleted.
Abbie Chatfield Revealed She Was Trolled After Sharing Her Views About Andrew Tate
Jackson’s views come just weeks after The Masked Singer Australia’s Abbie Chatfield revealed that teenage boys were trolling her after calling out Andrew on her National radio show and podcast It’s a Lot.
“I kind of exist in the realm of feminism and calling out misogyny, and on my podcast, my radio show, I’ve been asked [about him],” she said on The Project on August 14. “I do feel like I really want to ignore him.”
“I’m getting DMs from what appear to be early teen boys saying, ‘I hope Andrew Tate destroys you,’ or things along that line,” the 27-year-old said.
“I also get comments calling me ‘Abbie Tate’, and comments on TikTok especially. That’s where it’s really, really rife.”
Andrew’s posts ranged from women needing to bear some responsibility for being assaulted (which got him banned from social media in the first place) to advising men who were accused of cheating “bang out the machete, boom in her face and grip her by the neck. Shut up b***h.”
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