Fans React to Andrew Tate’s Brother Tristan Tate Offering Help To Internet Bully Mizzy- ‘Help a Criminal’
Mizzy: Boxing News: The internet is no stranger to controversy and questionable content, often resulting in individuals being canceled or banned…
Mizzy: Boxing News: The internet is no stranger to controversy and questionable content, often resulting in individuals being canceled or banned. For example, Andrew Tate faced a ban from the internet due to his controversial opinions. Similarly, UK-based TikTok prankster Mizzy was fined and banned from the internet after his viral video, where he entered a house without permission. Afterwards, Tristan Tate offered his help to Mizzy, which generated a significant response from fans. Follow boxing news updates with Insidesport.IN
Fans react to Andrew Tate’s brother Tristan Tate offering help to internet bully Mizzy – ‘Helping a criminal’
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Brother of Andrew Tate, Tristan Tate offered help to TikTok prankster
To provide some background, Mizzy was recently punished by the court for his behavior and later appeared on Piers Morgan’s show. On the show, the joker was cruelly criticized for his actions. In response, Tristan Tate took to Twitter and admitted that Mizzy had made some poor decisions.
While agreeing with Morgan’s assessment of the situation, Tate expressed his desire to help Mizzy. According to him instead of allowing him to return to the streets of London and possibly seek attention in other ways. He said that if he could, he would offer support to the young man he believed needed help.
In addition, Tate added that Mizzy had a significant influence on the “poor kids” of London, regardless of whether people hated him or not. Tate believes a positive change in Mizzy’s behavior can lead to a positive change for the youth of London. Therefore, he expressed his willingness to help Mizzy in any way possible to steer him in the right direction. To which fans questioned Tate why he was helping “Criminals” like Mizzy.
In fact, it remains to be seen how Tristan Tate plans to assist Mizzy and what steps he will take to help the young man. Meanwhile, despite being banned from various platforms including YouTube for two years, Mizzy has stated his intention to continue streaming live on Twitch. It will be interesting to see if he will take any measures to ensure that his streams are appropriate and do not cause harm or offense to others.
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