Andrew Tate has responded to an episode of South Park that openly mocked him.

The animated comedy series’ most recent episode, “Spring Break,” included a character named Alonzo Fineski who had noticeable similarities to Tate. Fineski had a shaved head, wore faded sunglasses and acted as a “toxic masculinity coach” who is later revealed to be a wanted sex trafficker.


Tate, who has garnered millions of social media followers for his controversial online content, is currently under arrest in Romania for alleged human trafficking and being part of an organized crime gang.


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The former kickboxer was initially detained in late December along with his brother Tristan and two Romanian women.

In the episode, Fineski is told: “I think I need to explain something to you. I’m just trying to combat the messages that the liberal left is putting out to young men about their male instincts being toxic.”

When Fineski is later arrested, someone calls him a “Romanian sex trafficker.”

In response, Tate wrote the following on Twitter:

This isn’t the only South Park episode that has caused controversy lately. In February, the show seemed to poke fun at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by featuring a royal couple who visit South Park on their Worldwide Privacy Tour. The prince character also promotes his new book called Waaaagh, which appears to reference Prince Harry’s memoir Spare.

Initial reports stated that Prine Harry and Meghan Markle were planning to sue over the episode, but they were quickly denied by the couple’s spokesperson.

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