Internet bows to Greta Thunberg’s ferocious response to influencer Andrew Tate’s ’33 cars’ tweet – India Today

Shubi Mishra

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg reacted angrily to Andrew Tate’s tweet in which he spoke of his “33 cars” and their “massive emissions”.

New Delhi ,UPDATED: December 29, 2022 12:41 PM IST

The Internet bows to Greta Thunberg's ferocious response to influencer Andrew Tate's

The Internet bows to Greta Thunberg’s ferocious response to influencer Andrew Tate’s “33 cars” tweet.

By Shubhi Mishra: Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg is in the news again and this time it’s because of her savage response to none other than media personality and former professional kickboxer Andrew Tate. It all started when Tate tagged Thunberg in a sarcastic tweet talking about the number of cars he owns and their massive emissions. However, the teen climate activist was less than impressed and issued a scathing response that has clearly gone viral online.

On Dec. 27, Andrew Tate shared a photo of himself filling up gas in one of his Bugattis. In the post’s caption, he showed off and wrote that he had “33 cars.”

Tate also took a look at Greta and asked her to share her email address so he could send her a full list of the cars he owned and the “massive emissions” they produce.

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The post quickly went viral online, eliciting numerous reactions from Twitter users. However, people who were waiting for Greta’s answer were not disappointed at all. The tweet caught the 19-year-old’s attention and she wrote to Tate in a scorching response: “Yes. Please enlighten me. Email me at smalld**kenergy@getalife.com”. And no, we’re not kidding .

Twitter users praised Greta and supported her in the comments section.

“I didn’t see ‘Greta burns Tate’ on my bingo card,” one user wrote.

Another user commented, “This is easily one of the three best tweets I’ve ever seen. So in addition to all your incredible activism, Greta, thank you for this.”

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