Andrew Tate labels Meghan Markle race accusations 'DISRESPECTFUL' to people who have ‘genuinely suffered racism’

Andrew Tate slammed claims from Meghan Markle that she 'wasn’t treated like a black woman' before she came to the UK

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Andrew Tate has said that Meghan Markle’s accusations are disrespectful to people who have genuinely suffered from racism.

In the six part documentary series released last week on Netflix, Prince Harry accused press coverage of Meghan as having “racist undertones” and that the “race element” meant she should receive special treatment and be protected by the Royal Family.

Elsewhere, Meghan Markle said she “wasn’t treated like a black woman” before she came to the UK.

She said: “I’d say now, people are very aware of my race because they made it such an issue when I went to the UK, but before that most people didn’t treat me like a ‘black woman’ so that talk didn’t have to happen for me.”

Markle goes on to recall a time when she attended a concert with her mum at the Hollywood Bowl, “The last concert I went there I went with my mum, we were in the parking lot leaving and my mom honked her horn because the woman was taking a long time to figure out how to get out.

“The woman turned around and screamed the N-word at my mum. I just remember my mum, the grip her hands had on the steering wheel, you could see her fist was so tight, like the knuckles got all white, she was just silent the rest of the drive home, we never talked about it.

“I had never in my life heard someone say the N-word, very different to be a minority but not be treated as a minority right off the bat.”

Andrew Tate has said that Meghan Markle’s accusations are disrespectful to people who have genuinely suffered from racism.
Andrew Tate has said that Meghan Markle’s accusations are disrespectful to people who have genuinely suffered from racism.

Now, Andrew Tate has hit out at the Duchess of Sussex for her comments.

He joined Dan Wootton on GB News 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.”

Meghan Markle said she “wasn’t treated like a black woman” before she came to the UK.
Meghan Markle said she “wasn’t treated like a black woman” before she came to the UK.

He continued: “There are certain buzzwords, there are certain words you can hide behind in modern society, which people are not allowed to challenge and allows you to have ideas inside of a vacuum where you can develop these narratives that are never directly contested, and racism is one of them.

“People can just cry racist, and you're not allowed to challenge the idea. And I stand up and say, ‘I do not think that the problems with the public perception of Megan have anything to do with her skin colour whatsoever’.

“A lot of the people who are standing up for her. I've seen many liberals, black liberals from all around the world who are standing up for her, saying, the race card, the race card. Why would you allow somebody to use the race card when they're not genuinely suffering from it?

“Doesn't that disrespect all the people who actually suffer from genuine racism?”

Asked about claims made by the Sussexes that Meghan faced criticism in the UK, Tate said: “Well, if the British public had a problem with race, I don't understand how we have a prime minister who's darker skin than her, a Mayor of London who's darker skinned than her.

“It doesn't even make sense on any level, I would state that England is one of the least racist nations on the planet. And this is one of the things that's kind of detrimental. The people who are obsessed with race and obsessed with racism constantly calling it out, they in many ways, speak it into existence. Because most of us, like you said, like yourself, like myself, we don't see colour. We treat people with respect.”