British American influencer Andrew Tate says he has converted to Islam. Check out andrew tate religion change and real world in this article.

Andrew Tate : Religion change | Real world | Children

Tate was born on December 14, 1986, in Washington, D.C., and raised in Luton, England. His African-American father, Emory Tate, was a chess International Master.

Andrew Tate : Religion change | Real world | Children

Emory Andrew Tate III

December 14, 1986 (age 35)
Washington, D.C., United States
  • United States
  • United Kingdom
   Occupation      Internet personality
  • Emory Tate (father)

His mother worked as a catering assistant. He is multiracial.

Tate learned to play chess at the age of five and competed in adult tournaments as a child.

In 2005, Tate started practicing boxing and martial arts. In November 2008, Tate was ranked 7th best light-heavyweight kickboxer in Britain by the International Sport Kickboxing Association (ISKA).

Andrew Tate religion change 

Controversial internet personality Andrew Tate made headlines once again after announcing his conversion to Islam.

On October 24, the Twitter account @CobraTateKING shared a 45-second long clip in which Andrew Tate could be seen offering prayers in a mosque. The tweet went viral, attracting more than 65,000 likes and over 9500 retweets.

In the video, Tate can be seen with former MMA fighter Tam Khan at a mosque, reportedly in Dubai, UAE. Khan appears to be teaching Tate about “salah,” the Islamic prayer that is one of the five pillars of Islam.

Khan also posted the video to his Facebook account, where he seemingly confirmed that Tate had taken the “shahada,” an oath required to convert to the religion.

On the same day, Twitter user @waasim_ shared an excerpt from a recent social media post made by the former professional kickboxer, confirming that he is now a Muslim. The post read:

“This is why I’m Muslim. Any Christian who believes in good and understands the true battle against evil must convert. ‘So be patient, Indeed the promise of Allah is TRUTH.’ Quran 30:60.”

Andrew Tate real world 

In 2011, Tate won his first ISKA world title in a rematch against Jean-Luc Benoit via knockout, having previously lost to Benoit by decision.

Andrew Tate : Religion change | Real world | Children

In December 2012, Tate lost the Enfusion championship tournament to Franci Grajš.

Before his loss, he had won his previous 18 fights, all by knockout, and was ranked second best light-heavyweight kickboxer in the world.

In 2013, Tate won his second ISKA world title in a 12-round match against Vincent Petitjean, making him world champion in two different weight divisions. He has since retired from combat sports.

while a guest on the seventeenth season of Big Brother, Tate came under scrutiny for his homophobic and racist comments on Twitter.

After the release of a video in which Tate appeared to beat a woman with a belt, Tate was removed from the show after only six days of participation.

Both Tate and the woman said that they were friends and that the actions in the video were consensual.

Andrew Tate : Religion change | Real world | Children

Tate’s website offers training courses on accumulating wealth and “male–female interactions”. According to the website, he also operates a webcam studio using girlfriends as employees.


Controversial former kickboxer Andrew Tate has claimed he has fathered at least ten children and insists they all “adore” him.

Tate has shot to fame on social media for his controversial views which have attracted an army of fans.

The 35-year-old used to fight as a kickboxer, claiming to have a record of 43 victories with nine defeats, including a win over future UFC star Luke Barnatt.

Andrew Tate : Religion change | Real world | Children

The American star has faced backlash from those who believes his views are corrupting a growing number of young people, with the ex-fighter previously declaring himself a “misogynist”. And now Tate has claimed that he is seen as a “hero” by his children and the women who gave birth to them.

“I am not going to five numbers but I am certain I will have more children than 99.9 per cent of the population of the western world,” Tate told The Times during an interview.

“Double digit children, and they all adore me. They see me as their hero and the women who have my children see me as a hero. Everybody close to me respects me. Nobody has ever said that what I am doing is detrimental to the boys. Or the girls.”

By Rishabh

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