THE PERFECT PICK UP: Andrew Tate allegedly used same 'opening line' on young girls on social media
BUCHAREST, ROMANIA: It has been revealed that the notorious influencer Andrew Tate's "perfect conversation" includes using the same cringe-making opening line to speak to young girls. According to a woman who alleges she was solicited by his brother Tristan when she was a teenager, they both seem to follow the same approach when texting girls on social media.
Tristan Tate approached the woman who went by the alias Gabriela when she was 17 years old. However, she later purported to be 19 years old, as BBC reported. She stated the first message she got was a simple: "You’re beautiful". Gabriela claimed she was aware he had a similar strategy with other females and that he had a consistent opening line for every conversation. She claimed that a friend of hers also received the same message from him.
The statement "you are beautiful" isn't a terrible opening line, according to Andrew Tate in his YouTube video. He continues by outlining his "perfect example" of a dialogue. Tate suggests that males inquire once the woman's whereabouts have been verified "Why do I never see you? Where are you hiding?" He says that "99 per cent of them say [they're] not hiding." In fact, Gabriela experienced just that during their conversation, reported The Sun.
The following message, as seen in screenshots of the alleged discussion obtained by the BBC, reads, "Feel I've seen you around town before somewhere. Is that possible? Where have you been hiding?" Gabriela claims she turned down invitations to his car and a party after that. It seems that the exchange abruptly ceased soon after she shared a video about him on social media. One of his last messages says, "Important people will never want to write you if they see you do stuff like this. Just a friendly warning."
Meanwhile, another woman Daria Gusa said on Instagram that Tate wrote her a "creepy" message while she was 16 and still in high school. Speaking to BBC, she said, "It just read 'Romanian girl' and he put some flirty emoji. I was confused because I [only] had 200 followers, and it was a private account." She added, "It was obvious we were high-school girls. We had our high school in our bio and everything. I think he was just trying to find girls who were as innocent or naïve as possible, in my opinion."
The Tate brothers are currently being held in Romania for 30 days as police investigate accusations of human trafficking, rape, and organized crime.