Andrew Tate has been locked in a Romanian prison all year – although that still hasn’t managed to stop him capturing the hearts and minds of many people all over the world via nonsensical tweets that someone else is sending for him – but today there’s also some rather sad news about the former kickboxing world champion.
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Seemingly out of nowhere, a rumour has been cultivated on Twitter that Andrew Tate has been diagnosed with lung cancer, apparently being confirmed by a tweet showing the results of a recent CT scan that he took. They’re saying that he has tumours in the trachea, bronchi and lungs and that he’s lost 10kg whilst being detained in Romania and urgently needs treatment, otherwise his condition could be fatal.
The tweet was seemingly confirmed by Tate’s manager, who said the following and linked to it:
If it’s lung cancer its a death sentence. Waiting additional six months on top of that & it’s over.
Medical team have said URGENT investigations needed at start of January. It’s now March.
He’s not even been charged but given a possible death sentence. pic.twitter.com/mypU0AE6lV
— Sulaiman Ahmed (@ShaykhSulaiman) March 2, 2023
Well, that’s certainly another twist in the story of Andrew Tate isn’t it? Of course, the fact that the doctors are recommending that he immediately be transferred to Dubai for treatment could mean that it’s just a ruse to get him out of jail in Romania, at which point he’ll obviously miraculously beat cancer a couple of months later due to him basically being the top G, but we shouldn’t discount the idea that it’s actually real.
As much of a moron as Andrew Tate can be, I don’t think anyone should have to deal with cancer and its complications, so I’m hoping that it is fake and that the guy isn’t being denied treatment whilst in prison because that really is inhumane. I’m sure we’ll have multiple updates in the coming days about where he’s at with it though. Good luck Top G.
For more of the same, check out Andrew Tate beating up a ghost in his Romanian jail cell. Cancer ain’t going to stop him from doing that.