Rebecca Black rinses Andrew Tate over cringe 'Sugar Daddy' music video 2 weeks ago

Rebecca Black rinses Andrew Tate over cringe 'Sugar Daddy' music video

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'Friday' singer Rebecca Black has rinsed Andrew Tate on Twitter after a clip of a music video he made was shared on the platform.

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On Twitter, one user shared a cringeworthy clip of a song - Sugar Daddy - that Andrew Tate made, with the caption: "Andrew Tate needed to be arrested for dropping this anyway."

Quote tweeting the clip, Rebecca Black said: "I was 13 this man is 36."

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At the time of writing, the tweet has been liked more than 530,000 times.

Andrew Tate's rough few weeks

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The Rebecca Black tweet is of course a reference to her infamous 2011 song, Friday, which she released when she was just 13, and you can remind yourself... if you wish.

This comes after Greta Thunberg managed to own Tate on, not one, but two occasions in the space of just a couple of days.

After first saying Tate had 'small d**k energy' when he bragged about his car collection to her on Twitter, she then tweeted "this is what happens when you don't recycle your pizza boxes" following the news of his arrest in Romania.

At the end of December, Tate was detained by Romanian authorities on suspicion of human trafficking, rape, and forming an organised crime group.

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Prosecutors said that they have found six women who claim to have been sexually exploited by the suspects.

Romania's Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) issued a statement, but did not name the Tate brothers, stating that two British citizens and two Romanian citizens were suspected of being part of a criminal group focused on human trafficking.

"We make it clear that during the entire criminal process, the investigated persons benefit from the procedural rights and guarantees provided by the Code of Criminal Procedure, as well as the presumption of innocence," DIICOT said in the statement.

DIICOT said they raided five properties during their operation on December 29.

Tate, a former kickboxer, rose to fame in 2016 when he was removed from British TV show Big Brother over a video which appeared to show him attacking a woman.

The 35-year-old has gained notoriety this year because of his inflammatory and misogynistic views on women.

This includes videos where he has said that women should "shut the f**k up, have kids, sit at home, be quiet and make coffee,” that women are men's "property" and that "18-year-old women are “more attractive than 25-year-olds because they’ve been through less d***.”

He has even gone as far to say that rape victims should "bear responsibility" for their attacks.

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