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Recently controversial celebrity personality Andrew Tate tweeted a message to vegans saying that they are all “perma banned from my existence for being stupid.”

The embarrassing tweet from the self-proclaimed businessman explains that he is so rich that he doesn’t talk to, do business with, or even acknowledge the existence of anybody who he does not like.

“I make arbitrary rules, which are probably completely unfair and I love it. There are many such rules, but let me give an example of one.”

Tate goes on to explain that he believes that anyone who is a vegan is a moron and he refuses to ever talk to ‘any of them ever.’

“I wont let a vegan fly my jet. I wont let a vegan ask me a question. All vegans are perma banned from my existence for being stupid,” Tate wrote in the tweet.

He went on to explain: “A vegan can have the best business idea in the world, dont care. Will turn down 10M, not interested. I will abandon a business project at 99% completion if I find out someone else involved is a Vegan.”

The strange tweet ends: “And everybody will call me petty and I will laugh and laugh with Tristan about how petty and sexy I am. I feel happy inside refusing them access to my brilliance. Should have had a steak.”

While many people on Twitter laughed and agreed with his tweet, others rolled their eyes.

“What is about people that makes them want to hate and sound off what other people decide to do? How does someone who decided to be a non-meat eater affect you? And by the way what’s wrong with people not wanting to “eat” animals,” one user commented.

Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammation, heart health, mental wellbeing, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergies, gut health, blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, and more! Plant-based diets have also been found to lower rates and risks for various diseases! Conversely, dairy and meat consumption has been linked to many health problems, including acne, hormonal imbalance, breast cancer, prostate cancer, and more.

You’ve probably heard a saying along the lines of “You can’t pour from an empty cup” or “To best serve others, pour from a full cup.” The gist of these expressions is that when you take care of yourself, you’re better able to take care of others. Thus, the positive effects of a plant-based diet reach even further than the reduction in Pollution and emissions. A plant-based diet will make you feel great, which will enable you to care for the planet and those living on it even more. This is where the Food Monster App can help you with over 20,000 plant-based recipes!

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