I Wish I Had The Balls to Be Andrew ‘Cobra’ Tate
Here’s why Red Pill enthusiasts are drooling over the rampant success of this controversial entrepreneur
It’s not that I want to be Andrew Tate. It’s just that I wish I had the balls to be more like him.
Cobra, as he’s also known, is a former kickboxing champion, a real ladykiller, and is now Google’s most searched person in the world. All thanks to his genius mindset, bold personality, and controversial statements.
People love him. Or people hate him. There’s no middle ground.
Tate isn’t afraid to say what he wants to say. And he doesn’t care what other people think of him. That’s something we all could use more of in our lives. Right? To be bold, unfiltered, and speak our minds.
But there are other reasons I wish I had the balls to be like Cobra
For one, Andrew Tate is an incredibly successful entrepreneur. The brainchild behind Hustler’s University (not an affiliate link).
After his kickboxing days were over and on the verge of going broke, Tate turned to running a webcam business, hiring sexy young girls to scam men out of millions.
But when the pandemic wreaked havoc on the world, Tate’s webcam business tanked. So, he had to come up with another business idea.
That’s when he turned to selling digital products online. And he quickly transformed that business idea into millions.
Andrew Tate built a $5 million per month business from scratch, and he did it without running online ads or using traditional marketing tactics.
Two factors played a pivotal role in Andrew Tate’s wild success
Andrew Tate isn’t just a controversial social media influencer. He’s a genius entrepreneur who understands the psychology of the Internet.
And it’s these two things, which have attributed the most to his success:
- Word-of-mouth buzz generated from Tate’s outrageous statements
- The Cobra has an army of believers who hawk…