Andrew Tate made a cheeky appearance before a Premier League match that grabbed the attention of his fan base. The controversial British speaker was part of a prank before the kick-off of Everton vs. Luton Town.
The match was at Goodison Park, the home ground of Everton. Before the match, a birthday message appeared for “Andrew Tate,” wishing him for his 40th birthday, a “good friend and teacher.” The message was spread across social media by the fans of Andrew Tate.
A fan message for Andrew Tate was shown at a Premier League game😭 pic.twitter.com/kEuQlR1reE
— Tate News (@TateNews_) September 30, 2023
The fans claim that the message was for Andrew Tate. These claims were first dismissed by some, arguing that the message might be for a season ticket holder of Everton, with a similar first name but a different surname, “Tait.” Furthermore, the message is for the 40th birthday, meanwhile, Andrew Tate is only 36 and celebrates his birthday in December.
However, eagle-eyed fans pointed to the last part of the message to push back against the argument. The last line read, “Love of Tristan, Luc, and Emory.” The line was significant as Tristan is the name of Andrew’s brother, Tristan Tate while Luc is the name of Andrew’s cousin, Luc Tate. The biggest hint was Emory, which is part of the full name of Andrew Tate, Emory Andrew Tate III.
–@RishiSunak £2BN spent to ‘Re-educate children on Andrew Tate’ is starting to take effect.
Instead of spending the money to help those struggling with the cost of living crisis, They choose to spend the taxpayers money on spreading lies 🤦♂️
Credit: @fraseanon17 pic.twitter.com/nYRl7gXFWs
— Censored Men (@CensoredMen) January 16, 2023
Fans argued that this was a practical joke by the camp of Andrew Tate or his fans, who wanted some spotlight before a match in the biggest sports league in the UK. The message containing a reference to the teacher can also be a jab to the British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak.
Sunak recently pledged around $2 Billion to extra funding for the schools in the country as part of the Autumn Statement. This funding was to tackle Andrew Tate’s ‘radicalization’ of boys in Britain.
The hometown club of Andrew Tate is in the Premier League
The match between Everton and Luton Town was significant for Andrew Tate, as Luton Town is the hometown club of the media personality. The Former kickboxing champion was born in Washington DC but used to fight out from Luton, England during his kickboxing days.
After the divorce of his parents, Andrew moved to Luton, UK with his brother and mother. He started his boxing career in the town of Luton which has a soccer club named Luton Town FC. The club was promoted to the Premier League last season via a playoff victory in the EFL Championship.
🚨 LUTON TOWN BEAT EVERTON TO WIN A PREMIER LEAGUE GAME FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER 🚨 pic.twitter.com/alLyc2wdLF
— B/R Football (@brfootball) September 30, 2023
Luton Town is the first club in England to make it to the Premier League after successive relegation down to the fifth tier of the English league system. The club has made a dreadful start to the season, with four losses in the first six matches.
The presence of Andrew Tate in the form of a prank turned out to be lucky for his hometown club as they registered their first win of the season with a 2-1 victory against Everton at Goodison Park. The club would need similar luck for the rest of the season to avoid relegation in this season.