Former kickboxers and provocative social media figures, Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan Tate, known as the Tate Brothers, have weighed in on UFC icon Conor McGregor's potential foray into politics.
McGregor, renowned for his outspokenness and fighting prowess, has been making headlines with hints at running for the presidency in Ireland. Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter X, has also thrown his support behind McGregor's political aspirations.
Expressing their views on Conor McGregor's political ambitions, the Tate Brothers, hosts of the controversial podcast TateSpeech, shared their thoughts in a recent episode.
Tristan Tate expressed enthusiasm, stating: "Conor McGregor is strongly considering running to be president of Ireland. I think that is a wonderful idea." He highlighted McGregor's potential reluctance to send Irish citizens to conflict zones compared to traditional leaders.
Andrew Tate, emphasising his Irish roots, stated: "Our grandfather was born in Limerick; that’s why we will personally vote for Conor McGregor."
The Tate Brothers, known for their unfiltered opinions on various topics, showcased their support for McGregor's political debut, pledging to fly to Ireland to cast their votes in favour of the UFC legend.
As McGregor gains endorsements from diverse quarters, his potential presidential run continues to spark interest and discussions, both nationally and internationally.