Andrew Tate mercilessly trolls Greta Thunberg - 'I have 33 cars with enormous emissions...I'll email you the full details'

The 19-year-old climate activist gained recognition at the age of 15
The 19-year-old climate activist gained recognition at the age of 15

Tate sent Thunberg a series of tweets in which he mocked the climate activist and her green agenda by showing his vast collection of cars

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Andrew Tate has taken a swipe at Greta Thunberg and her green agenda in his latest series of tweets.

The 19-year-old climate activist gained recognition at the age of 15 when she began spending her Fridays sitting outside the Swedish parliament building, calling for more serious action on climate change.

She has defended the actions of groups such as Just Stop Oil and Extinction Rebellion, who have blocked roads and vandalised paintings in the UK.

Now, Tate has mocked the activist by sharing an image of himself filling up his Bugatti with petrol and asking for her to send him an email address so he can detail the “enormous emissions” his cars let out.

He said: “Hello Greta Thunberg. I have 33 cars. My Bugatti has a w16 8.0L quad-turbo. My TWO Ferrari 812 competizione have 6.5L v12s. This is just the start. Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and its enormous emissions.”

Andrew Tate joined Dan Wootton on GB News earlier this year.
Andrew Tate joined Dan Wootton on GB News earlier this year.

He responded later with a video of Thunberg speaking at the United Nations where she famously lambasted world leaders by telling them “This is all wrong, I shouldn’t be up here”, the clip has been edited and features clips of Tate driving his supercars and boarding private jets.

Elsewhere, when asked if he owned any electric cars, Tate claimed to own a Rimac Nevera, which is the quickest electric production car in the world.

Thunberg is yet to respond to the tweet.

Earlier this year, Tate appeared on GB News and called Meghan Markle’s race accusations disrespectful to people who have genuinely suffered from racism.

He joined Dan Wootton on to share his anger at her use of the “race card” to justify why people don’t like her, he said: “The fact that racism is being used as a justification for the fact that she isn't liked by the majority of people is a cop out. It's not the case.

“She does not garner any kind of racism in day to day life. She's less dark skinned than me and certainly I haven't suffered from any racism. So I don't think race has anything to do with it.

“I think she's just a dislikable person, and it's trying to find another excuse for that, for people to treat it that way.”