Greta Thunberg’s tweet against Andrew Tate enters the top 10 most popular in history

With 3.3 million “likes”, he was in 7th place on the list on Friday afternoon, behind messages from Elon Musk or Barack Obama.

In the little game of repartee, the environmental activist Greta Thunberg won by knockout. His reply tweet to controversial influencer Andrew Tate became so popular that it entered the top 10 most “liked” tweets in the history of the social network.

With 3.3 million “likes”, he was in 7th place on the list on Friday afternoon, behind messages from Elon Musk or Barack Obama.

Asked by Andrew Tate, who showed his fortune in pictures and especially his dozens of thermal cars, Greta Thunberg had simply answered him to go “buy a life”.

Not only did the tweet far surpass in popularity the controversial influencer (211,000 likes) whose Twitter account had recently been restored by Elon Musk, but it brought visible bad luck to the British-American kickboxer and influencer.

The latter was actually arrested in Romania as part of an investigation for human trafficking, rape and the formation of an organized criminal group. Stung by the environmental activist’s response, he had responded in a new video where a pizza box would have allowed his location.

In reality, the Romanian authorities had Andrew Tate and his brother in their sights for a while. Still, the episode allowed Greta Thunberg to improvise a new spade. “Here’s what happens when you don’t recycle your pizza boxes,” she wrote.

Twitter’s most “liked” tweet is back notice of death by the actor Chadwick Boseman, star of the film Black Panther, which received 7 million “likes”.

Thomas LeRoy Journalist BFM Business

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