I still don’t know who Andrew Tate is, but that final panel there has a reveal too. Meaning, if you saw it in a movie, you’d think it was too pat and lazy writing.
A downfall in 4 parts. pic.twitter.com/76bkZHaA7o— Alejandra Caraballo (@Esqueer_) December 29, 2022
OH. MY. GOD. pic.twitter.com/1mu2ESu6hs— Best of Dying Twiter (@bestofdyingtwit) December 29, 2022
That was all worth the repetition. And my Crim Law professor from 40 years back is vindicated again: “They don’t catch the smart ones.”
i’m actually crying. YES GRETA 🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/ELvMDRbPqH— Best of Dying Twiter (@bestofdyingtwit) December 29, 2022
on reflection, I have to hand it to Musk here. it turns out letting Andrew Tate back on Twitter actually did combat human trafficking— i bless the rains down in castamere (@Chinchillazllla) December 29, 2022
I deleted a tweet mocking Andrew Tate's arrest because these details of the horrific crimes he is accused of make it clear that this is not a funny story, but a deeply disturbing one for his victims https://t.co/kEaiAJ4JXX pic.twitter.com/67joEnWHSA— Robert Mackey (@RobertMackey) December 30, 2022