Andrew Tate, the former British-American kickboxer, has been labeled the "king of toxic masculinity." The 35-year-old has been criticized for his opinions about women and relationships.
Some TikTok users have gone as far as saying that his videos should be deleted from the platform. People as young as 13 years old are exposed to the videos.
A user posted on Twitter asking for ways to get rid of Andrew's posts from their TikTok fed for good.
Lately, reports have been saying that the former fighter has been getting more searches than Donald Trump and Kim Kardashian over his divisive opinions. Domestic abuse charities have tried to take further action against him.
According to Zainab Gulamali, who works for Women's Aid, Tate's "derogatory comments" are "unacceptable."
Gulamali pointed out that making derogatory comments and videos about abusing women was dangerous since "the misogynistic and sexist attitudes which are at the root of all violence against women and girls."
She said that violence against women and girls was a spectrum that ranged from sexist comments to violent crimes that included murder.
The kind of comments Tate is making is believed to promote inequality against women, which is why it is important to challenge them to avoid normalizing the view that women should be abused, belittled, and controlled.
A TikTok spokesperson told the media that the platform does not stand for "misogyny and other hateful ideologies and behaviors."
The spokesperson also mentioned that efforts were being made to review his content and take appropriate action.
"We continually look to strengthen our policies and enforcement strategies, including adding more safeguards to our recommendation system."
According to the spokesperson, there are efforts to make TikTok safe and more inclusive for the community members.