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“… he is 36”: Rebecca Black reacts to Andrew Tate music career video surfacing online

Aaryanshi Mohan

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A video of Andrew Tate’s song “Sugar Daddy” surfaced online and Twitter users have been busy dissecting the video. Andrew Tate is no stranger to controversy and has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons. His song, though less problematic, is worrisome to some Twitter users.

Earlier this week, Friday singer Rebecca Black retweeted it and was quick to comment on it.

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“… he is 36”, Rebecca Black reacts to Andrew Tate’s music video

From the initial months of 2019 to March 2020, Tate dropped several rap songs that touched on what he preaches now. Andrew Tate has a Spotify account by the name “Mr. Plenty” and released songs like ‘Su*cide’, ‘Part Time’ and ‘Top G in a Bugatti.’

Friday singer, Rebecca Black retweeted the video and said: “I was 13, this man is 36” referring to the trolling she was subjected to when her first song came out.

Fans back Rebecca Black in trolling Andrew Tate

Fans of the singer were quick to acknowledge her jibe at the controversial social media influencer. People noted that her vocals were fine for a teenage pop song. For the unversed, Black had faced a lot of backlash and trolling for her debut song, Friday.

Here are some of the tweets:

This is not the first time that Tate has gotten trolled by a celebrity. In December 2022, climate activist Greta Thunberg trolled him for being environmentally unfriendly. This led to a Twitter spat, and ultimately his arrest by the Romanian government.

Tate is currently under 30-day detention in connection to a human trafficking case.

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Aaryanshi Mohan

Aaryanshi Mohan


Aaryanshi Mohan is an Esports writer and the Content Manager for Gaming and Esports at The SportsRush. Her love for video games started at a very young age and she just found a way to make both of her passions-- writing and gaming into a career. She loves old school games-- Commander Keen 4 is her all time favourite. Valorant and PUBG are her newest loves. When not gaming, or writing, you can find Aaryanshi reading, cooking or eating ramen.

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