Environmental activist Greta Thunberg has responded to Andrew Tate, who attempted to mock her by mentioning the "enormous emissions" of his cars. Tate, a 36-year-old known for making misogynistic statements, appeared to target Thunberg, who is 19, without any apparent reason. Thunberg, known for her strong stance on environmental issues, did not tolerate Tate's trolling and hit back.
Tate Was Attempting To Brag About His 33 Cars And Their Lack Of Environmental Friendliness
It is unclear what point Tate was trying to make with his comments. However, given his tendency to harbor hatred towards women and his desire to create chaos, it seems likely that he simply wanted to cause trouble.
Tate said: "Hello @GretaThunberg I have 33 cars. My Bugatti has a w16 8.0L quad turbo. My TWO Ferrari 812 competizione have 6.5L v12s. This is just the start. Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions."
He Clearly Wanted To Get A Rise Out Of Her
Andrew Tate has built a career by being deliberately offensive, so it is likely that he expected Greta Thunberg to react poorly to his tweet. Thunberg did respond, but not in the way that Tate probably anticipated.
Thunberg's Response Was Hilarious And A Total Own
In response to Tate's tweet, Thunberg wrote: "Yes, please do enlighten me. Email me at email@example.com"
People Went Absolutely Nuts Over Thunberg's Response
Greta Thunberg is known for her intelligence and candidness, so it is not surprising that she would not allow Andrew Tate to gain the upper hand.
Many people praised Thunberg's response on Twitter, with one person stating: "Who'd have thought 2022 Twitter would peak so late in the day."
Another replied: "A late entry for most devastating ratio of the year."
A third commented: "Immense burn. Thoughts and prayers to Tate's manhood, or lack thereof. Wake up men, this is not the hero you are looking for."
Others Hit Back At Tate For Continuing To Be The Worst
"Translated this for you: My 33 cars are a pathetic attempt to compensate for my inability to feel like a real man, which conflicts with my constant diet of toxic masculinity," one person wrote in response to Tate. "I am an impotent bottom who attacks young women as a way to perform for the men I truly desire."